Sports fans everywhere have been waiting for the day the National Football League is truly back to its glory days, and now we finally have our answer.
The NFL has officially been in the news for more than a decade now, and the league has finally gotten its due.
The NFL is still a powerhouse in many ways.
The league has won four Super Bowls in the past decade.
It has been able to survive the recession.
It’s still the best sports league in the world.
The commissioner, Roger Goodell, is the best in the business.
And the players are great.
The average age of the NFL players is 30 years old, which is a lot younger than the NFL’s average age in 2016.
The league also has the best fan base of any professional sports league.
The Super Bowl has always been a big draw for fans.
And while it’s not exactly the most exciting sporting event in the U.S., it has helped bring millions of people into the fold.
As the sport gets more popular, the NFL is seeing a huge rise in viewership.
The most recent ratings are in line with the numbers from the past few years.
The viewership for the Super Bowl was up from 5.3 million in 2017 to 8.4 million in 2018.
That number is down from last year, when the game drew more than 8 million viewers.
And it’s down from the Super Smash Bros. tournament, which drew more viewers than the Superbowl.
In 2018, the viewership of the Super Bowl was up 17% from last years Super Bowl, up from 6.6 million to 6.4 millions.
In 2020, the SuperBowl drew 5.7 million viewers, up 15% from 5 million viewers last year.
The most interesting thing to see here is that viewership was up across the board.
People were watching the game because they loved it, not because they wanted to see a game in their hometown.
The audience for the 2017 Super Bowl is still far from the 10 million that the NFL saw in the same year, but it’s a big jump from the 7.7% the league saw in 2016, according to a Fox Sports report.
The numbers also suggest that the Super bowl ratings are more than making up for the loss of the World Series.
The ratings for the 2018 Super Bowl are down from 9.9 million viewers in 2017, but they’re still higher than the 6.7-million-viewers average for the World Cup in 2018, according the same report.
In addition to the viewership, the popularity of the game also seems to be picking up.
The last time the Super bowls drew more fans than the World Cups was in 2008, when ESPN drew an average of 1.3 times the crowd for the 2007 World Cup and the 2011 Super Bowl.
In 2016, the games attracted 7.9 times more fans at the Super Dome than it did at the 2016 Super Bowl in New Orleans.
In 2018, that number is up to 11 times more.
The 2017 Super bowl drew 3.6 times more viewers at the Uintah Arena in Salt Lake City than it drew at the Cotton Bowl in Houston.
And in 2020, it’s up to 6 times more at NRG Stadium in Houston than it is at NRF Stadium in Dallas.
In 2020, a total of 14,000 people attended the Super Cup.
That’s up from 11,000 fans in 2017 and 4,500 fans in 2016 for the games in Denver, San Jose and Los Angeles.
In 2021, the total number of people attending the Super Championships in Las Vegas is up from 2,000 to 4,000.
That was also the case in 2018 and 2020, according an ESPN report.
The games attracted more people than in 2017.
In 2022, the number of tickets sold for the NFL game in New England is up 17%.
It was 5,000 tickets in 2021.
It was 3,000 in 2021 for the Patriots game in Denver.
In 2021, it was 2,700 for the Packers game in Dallas and 2,200 for the Rams game in St. Louis.
In 2024, the game attracted 5,200 people at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
In 2019, it drew 2,400 people at the Gillette and 3,200 in 2020.
In 2017, it had 2,300.
In 2017, the average age was 29 years old for the entire Super Bowl weekend.
In 2023, the league average age is 28.