The NFL’s divisional round drew an average of 40 million viewers, highlighted by the Kansas City Chiefs-Buffalo Bills matchup on CBS that was the most watched divisional or wild-card game on record at 50.4 million.
The average viewership for the divisional round was the highest since 1988 and increased by 7 percent over last year.
Among the 126.7 million total viewers last weekend, 37.5 million tuned in to see the Green Bay Packers play the San Francisco 49ers on Fox, making it the most-watched NFL playoff game ever on a Saturday.
The Chiefs travel to face the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday in the AFC Championship Game on CBS, followed by the Detroit Lions visiting the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game on Fox.
–Field Level Media
LeBron James scored 19 of his 34 points in the fourth quarter and Anthony Davis finished with 20 points and 12 rebounds as the visiting Los Angeles Lakers overcame a…
Two of the bottom three teams in the NHL will try to find some positives when the San Jose Sharks host the Anaheim Ducks on Thursday night. The Ducks have…
The perch atop the league standings held by the Vancouver Canucks is becoming tenuous as they prepare to host the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night in a clash of…
Struggling Sharks, reeling Ducks look for glimmer of hope
Canucks fighting through cold spell with Kings coming to town
No. 6 Arizona holds off Arizona State
Avalanche need to improve road record, beginning at Chicago