Super Bowl Viewership Falls To Lowest In A Decade

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    Bill Recto
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    Super Bowl Viewership Falls To Lowest In A Decade In Historically Low Scoring Game – Update

    According to CBS the view numbers was at 100.7 Million

    UPDATE, 2:14 PM: The score for the New England Patriots’ win yesterday over the Los Angeles Rams was historically low and so is the viewership for Super Bowl LIII.

    The CBS broadcast game out of Atlanta was seen by a total audience of 100.7 million, according to CBS Sports.

    That number comes from when you add up CBS Television Network, CBS Interactive, NFL digital properties, Verizon Media mobile properties and ESPN Deportes television and other digital properties. Besides being a very unique bundling spin on Super Bowl numbers rhat previous broadcasters haven’t taken, that’s the first time the NFL’s big game on a network as fallen beneath 100 million viewers since 2009 when the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Arizona Cardinals 27-23 in Super Bowl XLIII.

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    freddy freihofer
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    It doesn’t surprise me. This Super Bowl will always have a cloud over it. The Saints were not beaten fairly by the Rams due to the blown call. I always will doubt the legitimacy of this game.

    Plus the half game show was one of the worst ever!

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