Two questions for you…and don’t bother Googling the answer:Who is John Fox and what makes him significant this weekend? Answer: Fox is the coach of the Denver Broncos. Under his watch, his team owns the best regular season record in football two years running. From a media/television perspective, Chargers-Broncos on Sunday afternoon will easily be the highest-rated program on television this week. More will watch what unfolds at Mile High (estimated audience, 45 million) than those who tune in for the Oscars (40 million). So why do so few people—even those fair-weather fans that watch football occasionally but not religiously—know who John Fox is? He did take a team (Carolina) to a Super Bowl once and has enjoyed relative success in a parity-stricken NFL. Because, at least on Sunday, everyone will be tuning in to see Peyton Manning and the high-flying Broncos host Philip Rivers and the red-hot Chargers. And that’s the point: Nobody cares about John Fox when Peyton is the true face of the franchise. Same theory applies to Roger Ailes…at least to those fortunate enough to be living outside the media bubble. Over the years, there have been plenty of books targeting the chairman and CEO of… Read full this story
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