Seattle Seahawks Win in Philly Draws Most TV Eyeballs Since Super Bowl


Seattle Seahawks’ 17-9 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in Sunday’s game on NBC & CTV is TV’s most-watched show since Super Bowl LIII (Feburary 3, 2019), with a Total Audience Delivery of 35.8 million viewers across TV and digital, according to Nielsen fast national Live + Same Day, and digital data from Adobe Analytics.

The game also was the most-watched NFL Wild Card game featuring a West Coast team in six years, since the 49ers-Packers face-off on January 5, 2014.

The game averaged 35.1 million TV-only viewers on NBC, peaking at 38.5 million for the final minutes from 7:30-7:40 PM ET just ahead of the Golden Globes. Sunday’s game, which ran from 4:41-7:40 PM ET), registered a national TV household rating of 19.2/39.

NBC Sports Digital saw its best-ever NFL viewership (excluding Super Bowls) for the game with an Average Minute Audience of 702,000 viewers streaming across, the NBC Sports app, and NFL Digital platforms – up 32% from last year’s Wild Card game (533,000).

Thanks to for the above ratings information.


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.