The truth is that this time the hype was almost underestimated.
It rained at the Foxborough, Massachusetts venue for a lot of primetime games. The scores were close and alternated between the hometown hosts and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Blocked by Belichick’s playbook, the iconic Brady didn’t even throw the touchdown winning pass, and the whole thing could have gone sideways for the Sunshine State Super Bowl champs if Pats kicker Nick Folk didn’t literally bounce a last-minute boot.
Nevertheless, in the end, the Bucs won 19â17 and Brady won. NFLAll-time passing yardage record with a 28-yard toss to teammate Mike Evans. Overall, for you mathheads, seven-time Super Bowl winner Brady has a legacy of a whopping 80,058 passing yards – and the 2021-22 season has barely started.
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Still, for all those stats and the analysis of the blood between Brady and Belichick (both had a long locker room private convo after the game), the actual numbers are going to come from Nielsen.
And those numbers sound great.
In the un-adjusted sharp allies, last night whose Among the coveted 18-49 demographic and nearly 22 million viewers, it stuck to a number of 6.0.
Now, those results will increase significantly once the time zone adjusted data arrives and it may be just shy of 30 million viewers. Right now, however, Week 4 of NBC’s flagship NFL show saw a 58% increase in early viewership, compared to 58% in the key demo and last week’s Green Bay Packers’ 30-28 win against the San Francisco 49ers. Is. on 26 September.
That Week 3 Gridiron Fight reached 20.2 million viewers on NBC at final numbers. Looking at the broader landscape, total viewership for the nationally followed Packers and 49ers reached 21.1 million when the Comcast-owned company was streaming on Peacock, NBC Sports Digital and NFL digital platforms.
As things stand now, it’s probably unlikely that the Bucks vs. Pat with cracking the top 5 Sunday NFL games will be last night’s grind.
1 spot with the Patriots vs Indianapolis Colts match-up on November 4, 2007 with 33.8 million views, the December 30, 2021 game between the Dallas Cowboys and the then Washington Redskins ranked fifth with SNF viewership. 30.3 million.
how close is last night whose We will know later about getting into that high list. We’ll update with those NFL numbers and other Sunday ratings when we get them.