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Next NFL TV contract question
When the new contract comes up, could this be a viable rule:

If a team is on their bye OR playing the prime time slot, their market gets 4 afternoon games.
12-14-2021 02:56 PM
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Possibly, but it diminishes the value of things like Sunday Ticket and Red Zone. If CBS and Fox will pay more, then it might be worth it. Of course the networks have to juggle that with non-NFL inventory as well. How many people are going to watch Titans-Dolphins at 10 AM (Pacific) in Las Vegas, or how many people are going to watch a Rams-49ers game in Philadelphia during the 4 PM (Eastern) window?
12-17-2021 08:03 AM
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