clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

As Usual, NFL Games Dominate TV Ratings

This won't shock anyone but the NFL dominates TV broadcasts every week. Since the start of the 2011 NFL season in early September, NFL games account for 13 of the top 15 watched shows.

The only two non-NFL shows to crack the top 15? The Charlie Sheen-less Two And A Half Men season premiere and Game 7 of the World Series.

With games coming up against the Steelers and Packers, maybe the Chiefs can get a spot on this list.

Here's the full list:

1. CBS' Two and a Half Men (Season Premiere), 9/19 28.7 million

2. FOX Sunday National (mostly Cowboys-Patriots), 10/16 28.4 million

3. FOX Sunday National (mostly Giants-Patriots), 11/6 28.2 million

4. NBC Thursday Night Kickoff Game (Saints-Packers), 9/8 27.1 million

5. FOX Sunday National (mostly Giants-Redskins), 9/11 25.8 million

6. NBC Sunday Night Football (Cowboys-Jets), 9/11 25.8 million

7. FOX World Series Game 7 (Rangers-Cardinals), 10/28 25.4 million

8. CBS Sunday National (mostly Patriots-Steelers), 10/30 24.6 million

9. FOX Sunday National (mostly Packers-Vikings), 10/23 24.3 million

10. FOX Sunday National (mostly Packers-Bears), 9/25 24.0 million

11. NBC Sunday Night Football (Eagles-Falcons),9/18 23.4 million

12. FOX Sunday Single (mostly Lions-Cowboys), 10/2 23.3 million

13. CBS Sunday National (mostly Packers-Broncos), 10/2 23.0 million

14. NBC Sunday Night Football (Cowboys-Eagles), 10/30 23.0 million

15. CBS Sunday National (mostly Chargers-Patriots), 9/18 22.7 million

NEW: Join Arrowhead Pride Premier

If you love Arrowhead Pride, you won’t want to miss Pete Sweeney in your inbox each week as he delivers deep analysis and insights on the Chiefs' path to the Super Bowl.