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The Jets, Not Yankees, Take Weekly Top Spot

It was another Sunday Night Football appearance for the New York Jets. Gang Green was routed by the Ravens, 34-17. But the NBC game was number one in New York with an estimated 1.5 million viewers and a 7.7 rating, according to the Nielsen Company.

The Giants, with the late game heroics in a victory against the Cardinals, tied for third place. The Fox late-afternoon matchup had 1.2 million viewers and a 6.3 rating.

But it’s also the Yankees favorite time of the year–the post-season.

The American League Division Series resumed Saturday with the Yankees beating the Tigers in game one on TBS (1.1 million/6.0).

Even Friday’s two-inning rain-out registered high with a seventh-place finish (1 million/5.5).

ESPN’s Monday Night Football (Redskins/Cowboys) was 11th for the week (959,000/4.9).

More from the Top 10 after the jump

  • Second          WCBS      Two and a Half Men                                     (1.4 million/7.2)
  • *Third           WCBS      60 Minutes  (Andy Rooney Farewell) (1.2 million/6.3)
  • Sixth              WABC     Modern Family                                              (1.1 million/5.8)
  • Eighth           WABC     Dancing With The Stars  (Mon.)              (1 million/5.2)
  • *Ninth          WCBS      The Big Bang Theory                                    (983,000/5.0)
  • *Ninth          WABC     Dancing With The Stars  (Tues.)              (968,000/5.0)

*tied

Simon Cowell’s X Factor had another week of decent ratings. The audition episodes tied for 14th, averaging 880,000 and a 4.5 rating.

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