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SBD/November 12, 2013/Media
Dolphins-Buccaneers Draw Lowest "MNF" Week 10 Overnight Rating Since '09
Published November 12, 2013
LOCAL RATINGS: In Houston, David Barron wrote the Texans "lag on the field but roll up great numbers in the Nielsen ratings" in the city. Their seventh consecutive loss on Sunday to the Cardinals "racked up a 27.7 rating" on KHOU-CBS, which "equates to an average audience of 634,153 of Houston’s 2.2 million TV households" (CHRON.com, 11/11)....In Charlotte, Erik Spanberg reported the Panthers-49ers game on Sunday was the "most-watched" local Panthers broadcast of the season, with Nielsen data estimating that 455,580 people saw the game on WJZY-Fox (BIZJOURNALS.com, 11/11).