The NFL has been hit by a major ratings decline in the past few years.
That’s not the case for many of the leagues games.
But the league’s ratings are improving, with some of the games on TV even drawing in bigger audiences.
It’s not clear how much of a difference that will make, though.
In addition to the NFL, CBS has a big TV deal in which it has two of its biggest networks, CBS Sports and CBS, play in prime time, and the league has had to rely on online streaming services like Amazon Prime and Netflix to get the big-ticket items on TV.
With the ratings decline, that could make it harder for those companies to keep the games going, which is a factor for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who is looking to get fans to the games.
He said last month that it’s “unfair” to compare the NFL’s ratings to those of its other competitors because those ratings have “been going down for years.”
The NFL also is trying to find new ways to attract fans.
The league has begun to put together new shows for the fall.
The latest, “Cleveland Browns,” a reality series focusing on the Browns, premieres Monday, Nov. 30 at 8 p.m.
ET on ESPN.
It will air in its entirety over the next four weeks on the network.
In a news release last week, the league said the series will include clips from the Browns’ games in 2014 and 2015, including the team’s playoff victory over the Dallas Cowboys in the Super Bowl.
It also will air clips from their 2016 season.
The series, which has not yet been officially announced, will focus on players, coaches and players’ family members who played in the NFL.
The NFL said it will also debut a new documentary series called “Football in America,” which is based on the NFL and focuses on the league and its players.
The program, which was launched by ESPN, will be produced by a team of producers, including Dan Cohan and Chris Wesseling, the two producers of “C.W. Bush.”
The series will be available in its original form on ESPN platforms.
The Browns have won 10 straight playoff games, and they’ve won six of their past seven games.
The teams play in the NFC North and NFC South, but the Cowboys have a chance to make the NFC Championship Game for the first time since 2012, when the team lost in the Wild Card round.
The Cowboys and Falcons are the only teams that have won at least one game in the postseason in the last seven seasons.
“There’s no doubt that the ratings have declined,” Goodell said.
“We have to do something to turn it around.
And that starts with bringing new fans in to our stadiums.
It starts with building new stadiums.
And it starts with making sure we can get the most value out of those venues.”
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NFL ratings decline A new report from Nielsen said that the NFL has suffered from a decline in viewership for the past year, with the league getting a lower rating in October and November than in March and April of last year.
The Nielsen report found that the average rating for NFL games declined for the second straight month in the first three months of the year.
It said that in the five weeks ending Nov. 29, the average audience for NFL football games in prime-time was 3.6 million, down from 4.5 million in the same period last year and 4.9 million in January.
The decrease came after the NFL was the No. 1 show in viewership during that period.
The number of viewers watching NFL games fell to just over 10 million during the same time period last season.
ESPN reported last week that the league was spending $1 billion this year on its network.
The company said that it also will spend $2 billion on digital video programming over the coming years.
The report came out on the heels of an ESPN report that the networks network ratings were down significantly for the season.