Fred wrote: ↑Wed Nov 08, 2017 6:07 pm
AFLcrap1 wrote: ↑Wed Nov 08, 2017 7:07 am
leagueiscrap wrote: ↑Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:48 am
The league loonies claim victory due to scheduling but why head to head or games played at similar times and conditions the afl wins easily nearly every time
Please discuss the points I have repeatedly posted .
18 teams v 15 teams home ratings in AUST
Scheduling theories go out the window when your games that are overlapping or concurrent are targeted into HOME markets to maximise viewers .
Less games for RL .
This will be good
It’s 16 ... any way you want to cut it ... 16 teams shown into Australia. If you are arguing Aus tv ratings it is still 16 teams. Go ahead with all the other stuff but it just weakens your argument as looks stupid claiming 15 teams.
I said 15 teams HOME RATINgs .
The NZ warriors home ratings are in NZ
How hard is it to understand .
Every afl team has home ratings counted in AUST
PERTH TEAMS Home ratings are from Aust
Same with Adelaide
In the NRL it's 15 home teams
The home team ratings for the warriors are not counted in AUSt .
Their home is NZ
Hard to understand for a fumblefan.....the overseas thing
Anyone with an IQ above link could understand that . Yet you can't