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  • Is the idea of NFL finally taking off across the Atlantic?

    ALEXANDRA WILLIS is a multimedia sports journalist who flits between Wimbledon, SportingIntelligence, the TennisSpace and a few other outlets, while tweeting copiously and trying to improve her (terrible) backhand in her spare time. Follow @alex_willis on twitter On first viewing, American Football is pretty baffling. It looks very much like a lot of helmeted people running around crashing into […]

  • NFL remains by far the best attended domestic sports league in the world

    * By Sportingintelligence 4 January 2013 The NFL has increased its attendance levels from an average of 67,394 fans per regular season game in 2011 to 67,591 in 2012, Sportingintelligence can reveal on the eve of the 2012-13 season NFL play-offs. As our updated global attendances league table shows (also below), the new figure keeps the NFL comfortably in the […]

  • The NFL, salaries, success and the chaos of relative fairness

    By Sportingintelligence 6 February 2012 The NFL has the ‘fairest’ distribution of salaries across its 32 teams of any of the ‘big five’ US sports leagues (NBA, MLB, NFL, NHL and MLS) when you take into consideration the differential between the best paid team and the worst paid team. It is also much fairer than […]

  • NFL remains world No1 in attendance as Patriots and Giants meet in Super Bowl

    * By Nick Harris SJA Internet Sports Writer of the Year 5 February 2012 The NFL has increased its already remarkable attendance levels in the current season to an average of 67,394 fans per match, Sportingintelligence can reveal. As our updated global attendances league table shows (also below), the new figure keeps the NFL comfortably in the […]

  • ANALYSIS: Super Bowl’s record TV audience follows optimistic NFL attendances

    By Nick Harris 8 February 2011 Super Bowl XLV on Sunday evening set an all-time TV viewing record in America as an average audience of 111m people watched the Green Bay Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, beating the previous record (the 2010 Super Bowl, 106.5m) into second place. But that isn’t the only positive news […]

  • John Higgins’ snooker comeback to be influenced by family matter

    By Nick Harris 20 September 2010 The date of John Higgins’ return to competitive snooker will be dictated to some extent by  the health of his father, John Snr, who is suffering from cancer and whose condition will occupy the Higgins family above all else for the immediate future. In a bitter irony in the […]

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