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Fox leads week one NFL ratings, nabbing 17.1 overnight with Giants-Redskins

Fox led all NFL ratings yesterday with a 17.1 overnight for its national window, which featured Giants-Redskins in 63% of U.S. markets. The overnight is tied with last year as the net’s best NFL Week One national window ever. Fox also posted an 8.9 overnight for its regional coverage in the early window, down slightly from a 9.0 last year.

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