Favre to Jets Should Fuel Higher Ratings

Aug 8, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Brett Favre’s trade from the storied Green Bay Packers to the sorry New York Jets promises to bring new attention to the big market team, boosting ratings for the networks that carry the NFL, especially CBS, Daily Variety reports. CBS has already made what would have been a lackluster contest between New York and the Miami Dolphins into its No. 1 game on the season’s first Sunday, replacing the AFC champion New England Patriots, the trade paper says. Ticket demand and memorabilia has also seen major spikes, Variety says.
—Sergio Ibarra


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