Futbol or Football? Slingbox fans love both: 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. SportsCenter
2. NFL: Cowboys at Eagles
3. NFL: Seahawks vs. Packers
4. NFL: Jets at Colts
5. Futbol UEFA Liga de Campeones
6. NFL RedZone
7. Futbol Mexicano Primera Division
8. NFL: 49ers at Steelers
9. CFB: Mississippi at Alabama
10. CFB: Auburn at LSU

Sunday Night Football lost its spot at the top of the list this week with the matchup between the Seahawks and Packers dropping down to third place. The rivalry matchup between the Cowboys and Eagles that aired earlier on Sunday came in second place overall and took the crown as the most-watched NFL game among Slingbox users last week. The Eagles’ offense was historically bad in the home loss, with Philadelphia running for a total of only seven yards against Dallas over the course of the game. Tony Romo personally ran for 12 yards, which means he singlehandedly outrushed the Eagles’ offense.

The other kind of futbol (otherwise known as soccer) is also always popular among Slingbox users and took two spots on the list this week. It will be interesting to see if the UEFA Champions League stays on the list now that the group stage has kicked off. The most anticipated games of next week include the match between FC Bayern Munich and reigning champions FC Barcelona, as well as Real Madrid C.F. facing off against Paris Saint-Germain F.C.

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

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One comment on “Futbol or Football? Slingbox fans love both: Top 10 Sports

  1. Camille Pennelle says:

    Really need help with Roku straight to tv…Thanks Installed slingplayer and when I try to run it takes me to a page to either buy a slingbox or info…I want to take on trip/ to watch my Slingbox oversees.

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