NFL Network Scores Big With Saturday Game

Dec 21, 2009  •  Post A Comment

What do you get when you broadcast a National Football League game between America’s team, the Dallas Cowboys, and an undefeated New Orleans Saints squad? The NFL Network’s most-watched cable telecast of all time, reports Multichannel News.

The Dec. 19 primetime broadcast averaged 10.5 million cable viewers. That’s the best ever in NFL Network’s four seasons of televising live regular-season games.

— Allison J. Waldman


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