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NFL Wild Card Weekend Audience Down Slightly; Fox Has Its Second-Best WC Game
Published January 11, 2013
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WILD CARD SATURDAY: NBC finished with a 15.8 rating and 26.9 million viewers for its Wild Card doubleheader last Saturday, up slightly from a 15.7 rating and 26.6 million viewers last year. Packers-Vikings in primetime earned a 17.3 rating and 30.3 million viewers, down from an 18.2 rating and 31.8 million viewers for Saints-Lions in '12. Earlier in the day, NBC earned a 14.4 rating and 23.6 million viewers for Texans-Bengals, up from a 13.5 rating and 21.9 million viewers for the same matchup last year.