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American football could fall like the gladiators of ancient Rome

The New York Post Reports:


"This season, ratings for professional football are down 27 percent across all of the major networks: ESPN, Fox, NBC and CBS, according Forbes. The decline in the ratings underscores a bigger truth that no one wants to face: Nothing lasts forever. And that includes the popularity of professional football, which now may be experiencing the slow, inevitable crumble of a Roman-style empire.

NFL executives have placed some of the ratings blame on the election. Although NBC's two games after the election did see a boost, the network's Kansas City-Denver game had a double-digit drop compared to the same time last year.

The fall of Rome seemed unthinkable to people at the time, but inevitable to historians reflecting upon it with the benefit of context................."


Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate says "The NY Post writer observes that as Christians became more numerous, the waste of human life in the Roman Colisiums between more objectionable, just as the carnage of injuries on every team weekly along with the anti-US hysteria combined with leftist propaganda fuels the boycotts and makes the NFL less and less financially viable."

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