With two weeks remaining in the regular season, the NFL’s national and regional TV windows are averaging 16.7 million viewers and a 9.6 household rating, up six percent versus the analogous period a year ago and a lift of 11 percent compared to the same span in 2017.

According to Standard Media Index data, in-game unit costs in October NFL broadcasts jumped 15 percent compared to the year-ago period, with advertisers spending an average rate of $419,045 for 30 seconds of airtime, which is up from $363,016 in October 2018.

NBC’s average unit cost for its in-game “Sunday Night Football” inventory is up 12 percent to $566,469, while CBS’s NFL rates have jumped 11 percent to $368,896.

Per SMI, the cost of a 30-second in-game unit in “Monday Night Football” worked out to $261,926 a pop, up 4 percent compared to the analogous period in 2018.