Patriots Preseason Network Affiliates, Schedule, and Crew

The Patriots today officially announced the changes to their preseason telecasts. The longtime duo of Don Criqui and Randy Cross is no more, and the format is being changed to something new in the world of football broadcasts: According to Matt Smith, the executive producer of Kraft Sports Productions, the Patriots 2013 preseason game telecasts … Continue reading Patriots Preseason Network Affiliates, Schedule, and Crew

Boston Marathon Draws Strong Numbers For WBZ-TV

WBZ-TV offered up the following ratings numbers for Monday's Boston Marathon: Boston Marathon Elite Race Coverage (9:30AM-12:15PM) Total Viewers: Elite race coverage averaged 143,400 viewers and peaked as the elite runners finished 12:00-12:15PM with 224,400 viewers. Elite race coverage was #1 in the time period in households, total viewers, A25-54, M25-54, M18-49 and all 18-34 … Continue reading Boston Marathon Draws Strong Numbers For WBZ-TV

Patriots/Colts – Third Highest Regular Season Ratings In NE History

The Patriots victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday garnered the third highest regular season ratings in franchise history, with a 42.04 household rating (67 share)  in the Boston market. Over one million people tuned in to WBZ to watch New England improve to 8-2 on the season. The Patriots-Colts game was the highest-rated game … Continue reading Patriots/Colts – Third Highest Regular Season Ratings In NE History

Patriots Overtime Victory Over Ravens Sets CBS Ratings Mark

The Patriots 23-20 overtime victory over the Ravens on Sunday, Oct. 17 helped CBS set the mark for the highest rating for its single-game window since it acquired the current AFC package in 2008.  The window, which included the Patriots-Ravens, Dolphins-Packers, Jets-Broncos, and Browns-Steelers matchups, averaged a 12.8 HH rating and 21.5 million viewers nationwide, … Continue reading Patriots Overtime Victory Over Ravens Sets CBS Ratings Mark

Bodden Is Back With The Patriots – Or Is He?

Last night there was quite a ruckus on Twitter as two very respected football reporters Michael Lombardi and Adam Schefter both reported that Leigh Bodden would be re-signing with the Patriots. Both guys are right far more than they're wrong, especially Schefter, whose word I pretty much take as gospel these days. Meanwhile, Bodden's agent, Alvin … Continue reading Bodden Is Back With The Patriots – Or Is He?