If numbers continue to fall for the Disney-owned company, there might be some interesting changes coming to the network, including the possibility of losing the rights to live games.
ESPN has made a big bet focusing far more on the entertainment portion of sports, and while occasionally this type of programming can be cheaper and bring in some big numbers, these recent numbers might signal a chance is necessary.
People screaming at each other about whether or not Dak Prescott should be starting over Tony Romo for three hours a day.
ESPN has also been relatively slow to adopt online streaming options, but appears in the past year to have started changing their position.
Jacob has been blogging about the evolution of television for nearly a decade. Co-founder of Exstreamist.com he spends most of his time watching premium drama, Star Trek and waiting for someone to invent the warp drive engine.