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San Diego's KFMB-CBS Expects Record Ratings With Chargers-Raiders Late Game
Published October 4, 2013
GONE FISHIN': In Miami, Barry Jackson notes Dolphins games are "the highest-rating programming on local TV over the last month." But the jump in the average rating for Dolphins games over last season “isn’t dramatic (17.7 to 18.5).” Not counting two-team NFL markets -- N.Y. and the Bay Area -- the Dolphins’ local ratings this season “are the NFL’s second-lowest, ahead of only Rams ratings in St. Louis.” Monday’s Dolphins-Saints game on ESPN and WSFL-CW “drew a 17.1 local rating, extremely weak for an NFL Monday night game even factoring in the lopsided score” (MIAMI HERALD, 10/4).