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 Media pro's are saying the Superbowl will have 16% less viewers Sunday. The article I saw, went on to say it's due to the number of people that are upset with the NFL and how the NFL has dealt with players who will not stand for the National Anthem. Some think New England has won the game, others aren't event sure who New England is playing.

Not sure just how much, or what part I may watch. There are several parts: 1) the pregame, the game, the television ads, the half-time show, and the post game show.

Then there are others who will binge watch Family Feud on the Game Show network, or whatever Law and Order marathon is running. You can always check out HGTV or the Food Channel for their marathons.


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