Drew Brees, No. 9 of the New Orleans Saints, in the NFC wild card playoff game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana, January 10, 2021 , Sneaked into a one-yard touchdown against the Chicago Bears at the end of the fourth quarter.
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The National Football League was even more powerful in the opener of the playoffs. It was hosted by ViacomCBS Sports and Nickelodeon and attracted more than 30 million viewers.
The network said that the CBS show that aired between the New Orleans Saints and the Chicago Bears on Sunday attracted approximately 30 million viewers, and its children’s version on Nickelodeon attracted approximately 2 million viewers, becoming Nickelodeon’s “near The program with the most viewers in four years.
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Sunday’s NBC Sports Pittsburgh Steelers-Cleveland Browns game also reached an average of 26 million on all platforms. The audience on NBC reached 24.8 million and reached a peak of 27.6 million at around 9:15-9:30 in the evening. . Bowl LIV last February.
Since 1995, the Browns have defeated the Steelers 48-37, which is the club’s first playoff victory since 1995. This may be the last time the long-time quarterback Ben Roethlisberger wore the Steelers uniform.
Ben Roethlisberger, No. 7 for the Pittsburgh Steelers, played against Adrian Clayborn at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on January 11, 2021, and No. 94 for the Cleveland Browns.
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Rosliberg shot four blocks in the game and will earn the team a salary cap of $41 million next season. This has led to speculation that the Steelers may part ways with the 38-year-old player. The latter turned 39 in March.
Saturday’s NBC playoff game consisted of a long-term quarterback composed of another quarterback. He did change teams. Tom Brady had an average of 21.4 million spectators watching the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat Washington. Football team.
Brady and Saints quarterback Drew Blaise will fight side by side for the third time this season, as the Saints will host Butch this weekend. The two helped Fox Sports attract 25 million spectators in the first game of the first week.
Fox said Saturday’s game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Seattle Seahawks attracted an average of 23.9 million spectators. ESPN’s Baltimore Ravens-Tennessee Giant Giant TV reported 24.8 million viewers. Disney-owned networks broadcast the game through its ABC and ESPN channels.