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“Everything you see documented? YES Network did it. So damn right. I’m satisfied as hell.”
That figure represents growth from last week's Steeler-Browns game which averaged 11.03 million viewers.
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Most notably, the debut of Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime Video saw more viewers than the Monday Night Football audiences.
The two sides are hundred of millions apart in terms of partnering again.
"Of course we want the biggest audience possible, but this is a big change for fans and we know it'll take some time."
Jon Wilner, who covers the Pac-12 for the San Jose Mercury-News, writes that Friday nights would likely be the ideal situation for exclusive conference games.