SportsCenter has always been a ratings monster.
But since its debut on January 21, 2015, the network has averaged a whopping 1.3 billion total viewers per week.
The show has had more than 300 million unique viewers per day since its January 1 launch.
With that in mind, SportsCenter host and co-anchor Chris Mortensen had to be reminded that sports isn’t a show for kids.
“The best sports show on television is not the game.
It’s not the highlights.
It is the team,” Mortensen said.
“It’s the way they play and the way the team works.
The only way you can win is if you have a great team and the players are great.”
That’s why the SportsCenter team went on a mission to find the 10 best sports moments on television.
Here are their top 10.1.
On the field, it’s hard to argue with this: the Giants scored the most points of any team in the NFL, but it wasn’t the only way to celebrate.
In fact, the team’s defense made an enormous difference.
The Giants, who finished the season 9-7, played in a wild card game that featured a touchdown by quarterback Eli Manning in the fourth quarter.
That would have been the final gasp of the Giants, but Manning took off on a 72-yard touchdown pass to Andre Williams.
That was the only touchdown the Giants ever scored in the game, and the first in Super Bowl history.
The game was also the first time the Giants had won a playoff game with less than two minutes remaining.2.
When the NFL released its new, high-definition video cameras, it changed the way fans watch the game on television, too.
With these cameras, every play was recorded in real-time, and that’s something that was previously not possible.
This allowed for better and faster analysis of highlights.
The NFL is trying to change the way people watch the games.3.
When we’re watching the Giants at home, it is hard to imagine how we can compete with the San Francisco 49ers.
The 49ers have won 11 Super Bowls and have a fan base that’s larger than that of the rest of the NFL.
The way the 49ers play, the way their players play and how the game is presented on TV are all very good.
But the best thing about watching them play is that they’re all about winning, and it is not about getting the ball back.
The first time San Francisco beat the 49s, it was the first of four consecutive Super Bowl appearances, and they did it again this year with a 23-14 victory over the Cardinals.4.
The San Francisco anthem is a great way to get people talking about the NFL and show support for the NFLPA.
But as we’ve seen in the past few weeks, there is a long way to go in the way we talk about the game and the issues that affect the NFL in general.
That’s why we had to go after the NFL to get the anthem changed.5.
If you’re a Giants fan, you’ll be happy to know that you’ve got some new friends on the team.
The most prominent of those friends are wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who’s in a long-term relationship with singer Katy Perry.
This has led to plenty of great memories, including the first Super Bowl championship celebrations at Levi’s Stadium.6.
The last time the 49-yard line was used to score a touchdown in Super-Bowls was when the Saints beat the Broncos in 2009.
In that game, a fumble by running back Ray Rice was recovered by wide receiver Andre Johnson, who returned the ball to the Giants’ 7-yard-line for a touchdown.
This is the second time this season that the 49er wide receivers have scored touchdowns.7.
We’re going to miss our favorite team on the TV schedule.
We know what it means to be a die-hard 49ers fan, but that’s why this season we’re going with the Fox Sports Bay Area affiliate.
This was our last chance to see the team play on television before the league was forced to cut the program.8.
We don’t have to be afraid to call the Giants “The Bad Boys.”
The Giants are one of the most entertaining teams in the league.
That means there’s a good chance that the most memorable moment of this season will be a memorable moment on TV.
This game was the Giants first on-air appearance since January 7, 2015.
The announcer for the game was former San Francisco Giants defensive lineman Darnell Dockett.9.
We can’t forget that when the 49ERS were down 10 with about three minutes left in the third quarter, quarterback Matt Barkley hit the field with the ball on the right sideline.
That set up a 49ers touchdown.10.
It will be interesting to see how the 49S-