The Jacksonville Jaguars are on pace to score the fewest points in franchise history, and there's a good chance they could finish with just one win, again the fewest in franchise history.
But despite an on-field product that leaves much to be desired, TV ratings haven't dipped significantly.
According to Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union, people are still tuning in to watch the Jaguars and the audience hasn't waned as much as you might think.
#Jaguars #TV ratings holding fairly steady despite the team's 1-10 record. #Jacksonville http://t.co/bjDPekvPjT— jaxdotcom (@jaxdotcom) November 29, 2014
Below is a chart outlining each week's opponent, rating, share, and estimated viewing households. Rating refers to the average percentage of televisions tuned to a program at any one moment. Share is the percentage of televisions that tuned in at all.
*The Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts game jumped from a 16.1 rating to 18.6 rating when Blake Bortles came in at halftime.