ESPN’s Monday Night Football earned a 10.5 overnight rating, despite the Philadelphia Eagles 59-28 blowout of the Washington Redskins.
(Michael Vick just scored another touchdown.)
The rating was up nearly 46 percent from last year’s Baltimore-Cleveland MNF game, which earned a 7.2 overnight.
In Philadelphia, the game earned a combined 32.9 local rating (20.6 ESPN, 12.2 WPHL) and the Washington DC market scored a combined 26.0 rating (18.7 ESPN, 7.4 WDCA).
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