I guess all of that kneeling didn’t mean anything, huh?
The low-scoring game between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams on CBS averaged a 44.9 rating in metered market households.
The early ratings for the NFL championship are at a 10-year low.
That is the lowest household rating for a Super Bowl since 2009, with that game having drawn a 42.0 metered market household rating. That is also compared to a 47.4 household rating in 2018, meaning this year is down by 5 percent in that measure.
On a positive note, the Rams no longer have to worry about visiting the White House, and Tom Brady still has his MAGA hat in his locker. It’s hilarious to me that the low ratings, coupled with a Pro Trump team winning the Championship, karma is amazing sometimes.