Viewers across the country tuned in to the Cleveland-Pittsburgh NFL Wild Card Playoff game Sunday—making it the most-watched primetime show since Super Bowl Sunday on Feb. 2.
Viewership of the game averaged 26 million, with viewership peaking at 27.6 million viewers from 9:15-9:30 p.m. in the second quarter, according to Nielsen.
Top markets for Browns-Steelers included:
9. Washington, D.C.
The Browns dominated the Steelers 48-37 , clinching a spot in the Divisional round against the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday at 3:05 p.m.
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