Watch the making of history with a Slingbox: Top 10 Sports

Your 10 most watched programs of the week on Slingbox, sports edition, were as follows. Check after the list for a few quick thoughts on this week’s most watched sports:

1. 2015 PGA Championship
2. Futbol Mexicano Primera Division
3. SportsCenter
4. Futbol Supercopa de Espana
5. NFL: Broncos at Seahawks
6. NASCAR Racing
7. NFL: Cowboys at Chargers
8. English Premier League Soccer
9. NFL: Packers at Patriots
10. NFL: Buccaneers at Vikings

With the regular season of football starting in September, preseason games have been a big hit among Slingbox users. The Broncos and Seahawks game was the most popular out of the other preseason games on the list, and it was safe to say that the game was quite exciting. The Broncos tied the game in the 4th quarter after being down 3 to 17. In overtime, the Seahawks were able to score the game winning touchdown. Preseason games are not official, yet they are very entertaining to watch because the rookies, who are given time to shine, play their hearts out each game. Regarding the other games, the Chargers defeated the Cowboys 17 to 7, the Packers won against the defending champs (The Patriots) 22 to 11, and the Buccaneers fell short to the Vikings 16 to 26.

The most watched sports program this week was the 2015 PGA Championship where Jason Day ended Jordan Spieth’s winning streak. The 27 year old Australian was the first man in history to finish on the 20-under mark in a major. History was made in the 2015 PGA Championship, and that right there is a great reason to turn on that Slingplayer and be watching the tournament live from anywhere in the world.

We’ll be back next week with more top 10 lists

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