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What we watch: Football tops TV this week

What we watch: Football tops TV this week

MOST WATCHED: New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman (11) runs past Denver Broncos cornerback Omar Bolden (31) in the fourth quarter of an NFL football game Sunday, Nov. 24, in Foxborough, Mass. Photo: Associated Press/Steven Senne

Here’s the list of last week’s most popular TV shows, according to the latest Nielsen ratings.

1. NFL Football: Denver at New England, NBC

2. “NCIS,” CBS

3. “Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kick,” NBC

4. “The Big Bang Theory,” CBS

5. “The OT,” Fox

6. NFL Football: New England at Carolina, ESPN

7. “NCIS: Los Angeles,” CBS

8. “Dancing With the Stars,” ABC

9. “Football Night in America,” NBC

10. “American Music Awards, ABC

11. “Criminal Minds,” CBS

12. “Person of Interest,” CBS

13. “Blue Bloods,” CBS

14. “The Millers,” CBS

15. “The Voice” (Tuesday), NBC

16. “60 Minutes,” CBS

17. “The Walking Dead,” AMC

18. “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” CBS

19. “The Mentalist,” CBS

20. “Castle,” ABC

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