A new look at NFL television ratings has been released by Nielsen and shows the top 10 shows for each week of the season.
The top 10 in week 12 of the NFL’s 2015 season:1.
The NFL’s Sunday Night Football: Week 11 was the highest rated broadcast of the year.
The average rating for the week was a 2.7 rating.
The top 10 from last year’s game:2.
The Week 12 NFL Draft: This week’s NFL draft saw the first time since 2012 that a draft pick was not picked first overall.
This week, the Cowboys picked Ezekiel Elliott with the No. 2 overall pick, behind only the Bears’ Jared Goff and the Patriots’ Jimmy Garoppolo.3.
The 2017 NFL Championship Game: The Dallas Cowboys took a 7-0 lead over the Seattle Seahawks on their way to a 31-13 win in Super Bowl LII.
This was the first NFL championship game since the 2008 Super Bowl.4.
The Dallas Cowboy-Pittsburgh Steelers game: The Cowboys took over the top spot in the NFL for most points scored.
In the season’s first three games, the Steelers scored 735 points, the most in NFL history.5.
The New England Patriots-Philadelphia Eagles game: This was Brady’s first appearance in Super League play since 2015.
Brady and the Pats went 5-1 in that stretch.6.
The Seattle Seahawks-Denver Broncos game: Russell Wilson scored his second touchdown pass of the game, but the Broncos recovered at the end of the first half and took a 23-21 lead into halftime.7.
The Carolina Panthers-San Francisco 49ers game: Cam Newton and the Panthers’ defense led the 49ers to a 23–16 victory, the first overtime win in NFL playoff history.8.
The Washington Redskins-Seattle Seahawks game: Quarterback Kirk Cousins threw for 326 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions.
The Redskins won the game 38–10.9.
The Cincinnati Bengals-Houston Texans game: After the Texans won, the Bengals scored 27 points in the fourth quarter.
The Texans scored 28 points in overtime to beat the Bengals, 28–22.10.
The Green Bay Packers-Pitt Steelers game, the last meeting between the two teams in the postseason: The Packers won the Super Bowl 42–17.11.
The Denver Broncos-Pitt Packers game, Week 3, in which the Packers had a 28-17 lead: The Broncos had a 24-21 win over the Packers in the first meeting in the playoffs.12.
The Pittsburgh Steelers-Dallas Cowboys game, which featured a 10-play, 84-yard touchdown drive in the third quarter: The Steelers led 28-0 at the half.
The Cowboys went on to beat Pittsburgh 34–14.13.
The Philadelphia Eagles-Atlanta Falcons game, when Eli Manning threw two touchdown passes and the Eagles tied the game at 23-23 at halftime: Manning threw a touchdown pass and the Falcons tied the score at 24-24 at halftime.14.
The Indianapolis Colts-New Orleans Saints game, with Peyton Manning throwing a touchdown to the Saints’ Kenny Stills: Manning was sacked six times in the game.
The Colts were in the red zone.15.
The Buffalo Bills-Minnesota Vikings game, where Tyrod Taylor threw three touchdown passes in the second half: Taylor threw two touchdowns and had three interceptions.16.
The Kansas City Chiefs-Chicago Bears game, in a Week 4 matchup in which Taylor threw for 346 yards and three touchdowns: Taylor completed 16-of-23 passes for 229 yards and two touchdowns.
The Bears led 28–0.17.
The San Francisco 49-Carolina Panthers game, a Week 6 matchup in Chicago: Panthers quarterback Cam Newton threw three touchdowns in the victory, which came in overtime.18.
The Cleveland Browns-Minnesota Golden Gophers game, on the first day of the college football season: The Gophers won 28-28.19.
The Arizona Cardinals-Pitt Panthers game in Week 4, in what became known as “The Catch”: The Panthers threw for 297 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions.20.
The Tennessee Titans-Houston Oilers game, during which the Titans lost their first four games in a row, including a 27-21 loss at the hands of the Texans: Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota threw for 292 yards and four touchdowns, but also threw a pick-six.21.
The Minnesota Vikings-Seattle Vikings game on Nov. 3, 2019, in Seattle: This game was the third time this season that the Vikings won three games in three weeks, including the Superdome opener.22.
The Baltimore Ravens-Dallas Bears game on Jan. 26, 2020, at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium: This contest was the Ravens’ first home game in 20 years.23.
The Miami Dolphins-San Diego Chargers game on Dec. 31, 2020: This one was the Chargers’ first win at