Which network had its highest NFL ratings in 16 years?

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Which network had its highest NFL ratings in 16 years?

From Comcast SportsNetNEW YORK (AP)Regular-season NFL ratings on Fox were the networks highestin 16 years.Games averaged a 12.0 rating and 24 share, up 2 percent from last years11.824, according to Nielsen Media Research. Fox said Wednesday it was its bestNFL rating since a 12.529 in 1995 and it marked the first time since the 1970NFL-AFL merger that the NFC package had an increase in ratings in three straightyears. Fox averaged 20.1 million viewers, tying 2010 as its most-viewed NFL season.

Bears Talk Podcast: What's next for 0-3 Bears

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Bears Talk Podcast: What's next for 0-3 Bears

In Episode 6 of the Bears Talk Podcast, CSN's Chris Boden is joined by Dave Wannstedt, Lance Briggs, Alex Brown, and Jim Miller to talk about what happened Week 3 in Dallas.

Hear what they have to say about all the injuries and the division game next week against Detroit. Plus it's the coach versus the quarterback in "Who Ya Got?"

Morning Update: Bears fall to Cowboys; Cubs, White Sox win

Morning Update: Bears fall to Cowboys; Cubs, White Sox win

Preview: Cubs open series with Pirates tonight on CSN

Preview: White Sox host Rays in series opener tonight on CSN+

View from the Moon: Bears take another wrong step in loss to Cowboys

David Ross helps Cubs edge Cardinals in regular season home finale

Carlos Rodon strikes out 11 as White Sox top Indians

Bears Talk Podcast: What's next for 0-3 Bears

Bears Grades: Brian Hoyer brings some life to offense, but too little, too late

Cubs, White Sox react to news of Jose Fernandez's death

White Sox grieve Jose Fernandez's death along with rest of MLB

Brian Kelly explains going from defending to firing Brian VanGorder

Alexandre Fortin signs three-year deal with Blackhawks

After firing Brian VanGorder, Brian Kelly puts onus on coaches to fix Irish defense