PM Roundup: Sunday Night Football Dips to Lowest Week 2 Game Rating Since 2008

PM Roundup: Sunday Night Football Dips to Lowest Week 2 Game Rating Since 2008

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PM Roundup: Sunday Night Football Dips to Lowest Week 2 Game Rating Since 2008

The PM Roundup, where are fans are as passionate as those at a Chargers home game.

Let’s debate why ratings were down last night, pick your favorite thing: Sunday Night Football ratings for Atlanta-Green Bay were the lowest Week 2 rating for a Sunday Night game since 2008 when the Steelers and Browns were on (yes, the Browns were once on Sunday Night Football).

We all need a break to catch our breath:

Adelaide Byrd will get a little break to clear her mind, no biggie.

Bob Bennett, the executive director of the Nevada Athletic State Commission, confirmed that Byrd will be stood down from future events in order to review her performance and give her a “small break”.

“I’m not going to put her right back in,” Bennett said. “She’ll still be in the business, but she needs to catch her breath.”

The Browns continue to catch the wrong kind of breaks:

But Vegas still thinks they are better than the Colts: How bad are the Colts without Andrew Luck? The Browns are a road favorite for the first time since 2014.

If the Texans are releasing you as a wide receiver: you must not be good.

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In Case You Missed It on The Big Lead: Chargers Opening Day Embarrassment … The College Football Emmy Awards for this weekend7 Most Important Stats for Week 2Our Top 25 rankings.

Around the Sports Internet: Judge Mazzant denied the NFL’s emergency motion … the pivot to video is still a work in progress at Fox SportsLawrence Timmons was trying to fly out to see his daughter (more to come).

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