Maybe this will get a message across to the NFL, which has supported the spread of Kaepernick disease at the expense of our national cohesion:
The NFL continues to be America’s pastime, but fewer people are passing the time watching NFL games.
According to Austin Karp of SportsBusiness Daily, Monday night’s Eagles-Bears snooze-fest generated an overnight rating of 8.3. That’s an 11-percent drop from last year’s Week Two Monday night matchup between the Jets and the Colts, and it’s also the lowest Week Two Monday Night Football rating “since at least ’09, and likely further back.”
The league has now seen an apple-to-apples ratings drop in each of the seven prime-time games this year.
Unfortunately, as belligerently P.C. commercials that frequently feature obnoxious moonbats remind us, the people in charge of what you see on TV care more about advancing the progressive agenda than they do about the bottom line.
On a tip from Bodhisattva.