I’ll give you some more links today and then wrap it up for the day.
First, Bruce Allen of the Boston Sports Media Watch has the numbers from Saturday’s Jaguars-Patriots game for Boston and nationally, plus some other TV notes for the Pats and Celtics.
Neil Best of Newsday writes in his blog that an estimated 40 million people watched Sunday’s Giants-Cowboys game.
Nick Canepa of the San Diego Union-Tribune writes that the national media should deal with the fact that the Indianapolis Colts won’t play in the AFC Championship against the Patriots.
Mike Reynolds of Multichannel News writes in his blog that CBS and Fox are feeling blue after their marquee matchups in their respective NFL Conference Championship games went up in smoke on Sunday.
Suzanne Vranica and Stephanie Kang of the Wall Street Journal write that first time advertisers on the Super Bowl are also feeling the pressure to get noticed.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell calls today’s Congressional Hearings on the Mitchell Report a waste of time.
ESPN’s John Buccigross writes a column in which he talks with the NHL’s Senior Vice President of Broadcasting about the future of the NHL on TV.
The Washington Post’s Leonard Shapiro writes about the Kelly Tilghman controversy.
Ryan Corazza of the Chicago Sports Weekly wonders why ESPN.com hasn’t joined the blogging revolution.
David Parker of the Calgary Herald has a feature story on a Canadian duo who design the computer animation for a lot of ESPN programming.
Peter Healey of the Stamford (CT) Advocate reports that NBC will add more jobs to its NBCSports.com and NBCOlympics.com units which are based in Stamford.
That will do it for now.