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BROWNS STILL LUKEWARM IN CLEVELAND; ICE-COLD IN BALTIMORE
Published December 5, 1995
The Browns-Chargers game Sunday on NBC still drew significant overnight numbers in Cleveland, but wasn't a huge attraction in the team's future home. The game generated a 30.0 rating in Cleveland, while only rating a 5.3 in Baltimore, according to Nielsen Sports Marketing. More fans in Baltimore watched the Cowboys-Redskins upset special, as Fox received a 12.5 rating. Overall, Dallas drew the highest audience numbers Sunday, with a 45.7 rating and 72 share for the Redskins-Cowboys (THE DAILY).