The ratings are officially in for the wild card games around the NFL playoffs.
As you know, the National Football League is king so even if one game did not do as well as the others, it still reeled in a tremendous number.
Unfortunately, one game had to be the worst of them all.
The New York Giants taking on the Minnesota Vikings led the way in ratings as that game peaked with 33.2 million viewers. Coming in second was the Bills-Dolphins game which peaked at 30.8 million viewers.
The lowest ratings were for the Chargers-Jaguars game with only 20.6 million viewers. It wasn’t exactly a sexy matchup and things were made to be worse when the Chargers held a 27-0 lead which likely made a ton of people turn the TV to something else. However, we saw how that game ended and it easily became the most exciting game of them all.
Shockingly, the Cowboys-Bucs game, which featured ‘America’s team and Tom Brady came in third on this list with 30.6 million viewers.
The Seahawks-49ers game had 27.4 million viewers while the Ravens-Bengals had 26.8 million viewers.
The second round of the playoffs should generate massive ratings as the Chiefs will host the Jaguars on Saturday. A few hours later, the Giants and Eagles will square off in Philly.
On Sunday, the Bills and Bengals will do battle while the 49ers will host the Cowboys in a classic rivalry game.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.