Its not important onlyNlolRL wrote: ↑Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:41 pmMatches per round isnt really important if the end result is the same number of matches for the season. This is relevant because, other than Perth and Adelaide, both codes get similar FTA games, and both codes have a similar number of matches overall.pussycat wrote: ↑Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:15 pmYes, that's all well and good Lol. But they would mean something if some actual facts were attached to them. For example, Yes the NRL do have 2 extra rounds. But you also need to point out that the NRL only gets ratings from 7.5 matches. The AFL have only 23 rounds but they get ratings from 9 matches every round.NlolRL wrote: ↑Mon Apr 15, 2019 1:37 pm
Try these ignored facts Terry. The nrl have more rounds than the AFL and 4 FTA games per round in the last month. Melbourne only get 3.6 FTA games per round and have less rounds so the end result is they get around the same fta games as Sydney and the nrl.
You want to ignore these fact because they threaten to burst your bubble
And apart from all the extra matches they have they also have more FTA. But the end result always turns out the same way
Yes ratings from NZ arent included, but Perth have their own ratings issues due to their different time zone
because we have managed to overcome that.
Adelaide, Perth, Sydney , and Brisbane make up about half of your ratings. How can the extra match'ss they have not be relevant
Poor old Perth At least they know how to use a remote