NFL TV percentages increased five percent this season, after a study conducted by the league to improve in all aspects after three seasons of retreat.
Figures released by the league today indicate that throughout the first 12 weeks of this championship NFL games average 15.8 million viewers on television.
While in 2017 their parties averaged 14.9 million viewers throughout the season; 16.5 million in 2016, and 17.9 million in 2015.
The increase in 2018 can be attributed in part to what has been the most prolific offensive football moment in league history. With 8,502 points and 980 entries, the highest numbers of the league are registered in the first 12 weeks of any season. (EFEUSA) .-