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Vikings Beating The Cowboys Averaged Almost 20 Million Viewers On NBC

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NBC got some monster ratings Sunday night when the Vikings beat the Cowboys 28-24.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the game on “Sunday Night Football” averaged 19.92 million viewers as the Vikings pulled out a huge win over a talented Dallas team. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

 

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Once again, another week of NFL action has gone by, and the numbers are absolutely gigantic. It’s truly mind-boggling to me how big the TV numbers have been for the NFL this season.

Pretty much every single primetime game has put up monstrous viewership numbers. I think it’s safe to say the NFL isn’t just doing well.

Roger Goodell’s league is absolutely crushing it.

 

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Of course, it certainly helps when you have a historic team like the Cowboys on television in a major game.

The Vikings are one of the top teams in the NFL, they have a great squad, the Cowboys have a gigantic fanbase and one of the most electric young quarterbacks in the entire NFL.

It’s not hard to see why the game averaged nearly 20 million viewers.

 

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I’m sure by next week we’ll have some more staggering numbers. 2019 has been a wonderful year for the NFL!