Love 'em or hate 'em, you can't deny the New England Patriots drive the conversation more than any other team in the National Football League, and we have the data to prove it.
As September ushers in the official start of football season, fans all over are gearing up to follow their favorite teams—and brand marketers are once again in on the action.
The Seattle Seahawks paddled the Green Bay Packers Thursday evening as the nation watched in horror on NBC, and that ruled the Twittersphere the week of Sept. 1. Though, fans who watched the 49ers beat the Cowboys on Fox talked trash louder and longer despite slightly smaller viewing numbers.
A same-sex couple locked in an embrace (or is it a tackle?) smash through their home in slow-motion in a surprisingly inclusive spot for DirecTV's NFL Sunday Ticket.
Jack Bauer’s return to prime time was met with a reception that hovered somewhere between a bang and a whimper.
Love ‘em or loathe ‘em—and according to a recent poll, most of us fall into the latter camp—the Dallas Cowboys always draw a crowd. So much so that five of the top 10 most-watched regular season NFL games featured Jerry Jones’ minions.
Sunday Night Football may rule the prime-time roost, but it’s the late national games on CBS and Fox that boast TV’s biggest deliveries.