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A regular-season NFL-record 42 million people watched Cowboys-Giants game

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The Cowboys’ Thanksgiving game, which begins at 4:30 p.m. ET, brings the largest number of television viewers to a regular season game each year. They did it again on Thursday in record-breaking fashion.

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According to Fox, the Cowboys’ 28–20 victory over the Giants was watched by 42 million viewers. This makes it the most played regular season game on any network in history.

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It beat the previous regular season total of 41.474 million viewers for a 1990 49ers-Giants game.

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According to the NFL Records Fact Book, the 2021 Thanksgiving Cowboys game almost set a record with 40.802 million viewers. It was the most watched regular season match of the last season.

Fox did not announce a rating or share, except for the New York market (11.2/38) and the DFW market (24.5/69).

CBS announced that Bills-Lions was the highest-rated Thanksgiving game of any network on record. This game, which started at 12:30 pm ET, averaged 31.627 million viewers and peaked at 41.981 million viewers.



Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

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