Those results were measured by the data company in the 8:30 PM to 10:09 PM ET time period.
While a record breaker in terms of combined numbers, this week’s MNF 9.1M viewers came on ESPN and 11M viewers on ABC, with the remainder coming from ESPN2, ESPN Deportes and digital properties. By comparison, the December 26 simulcast game between the Indianapolis Colts and the LA Chargers was watched by 10.9 million viewers on ESPN alone.
However, that being said, his season, the 17th of the year MNF While at Disney-owned outlets, several records have been broken. The September 26 battle between the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants averaged 19.3 million viewers across ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+ and ESPN Deportes – the third-best week ever for the franchise since 2006 and now the fifth-highest. week to watch MNF Overall Disney-era.
before 2 januaryRa Sports, Most Viewed MNF There were 21.8 million who tuned into ESPN alone on October 5, 2009 as Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings defeated the Green Bay Packers 30–23 in what was widely appraised as a great game.
This week is already anticipated as one of the most important games of the season MNF The clash between the defending AFC East champion Bills and playoff certainties Bengals was suspended with less than 15 minutes left in the first quarter at Pecor Stadium after the 24-year-old safety went live on TV after being tackled by Bengals receiver Tye Higgins. Went.
With the Bengals leading 7–3, the game stopped as Hamlin was tended to by medical staff from the Bills and local paramedics with CPR and an IV, among other methods. Again on live TV, Hamlin was eventually taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital.
The game was formally adjourned that night and halted by NFL On 3 January. With a ripple effect throughout the league as this season moves toward the playoffs and Super Bowl LVII on February 13 in Glendale, Arizona, the game has yet to be rescheduled.
Although doctors reported Thursday that Hamlin is alert and communicating through writing, the Pennsylvania native remains hospitalized and on a ventilator in the intensive care unit at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.