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What we watch: Dallas Cowboys top this week’s ratings

What we watch: Dallas Cowboys top this week’s ratings

MOST WATCHED TV: New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (9) greets Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) after their NFL football game in New Orleans, Sunday, Nov. 10. The Saints won 49-17. Photo: Associated Press/Dave Martin

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

1. NFL Football: Dallas at New Orleans, NBC

2. “NCIS,” CBS

3. “The Big Bang Theory,” CBS

4. “CMA Awards,” ABC

5. NFL Football: Chicago at Green Bay, ESPN

6. “Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kick,” NBC

7. “60 Minutes,” CBS

8. “NCIS: Los Angeles,” CBS

9. “Dancing With the Stars,” ABC

10. “The Walking Dead,” AMC

11. College Football: LSU at Alabama, CBS

12. “Person of Interest,” CBS

13. “The Voice” (Monday), NBC

14. “Football Night in America,” NBC

15. “The Voice” (Tuesday), NBC

16. “Blue Bloods,” CBS

17. “Castle,” ABC

18. “The Millers,” CBS

19. “The Blacklist,” NBC

20. “The Good Wife,” CBS

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