What’s the Most-Watched NFL Game of All Time? Five Clashes That Fired Up Football Fans in 2023-24 Season

Published 01/23/2024, 11:07 AM EST

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The NFL has been a clear winner for several years in pleasing the appetite of viewers. With some of the biggest superstars and athletes at its disposal, it’s no shock that the NFL games attract millions of viewers.

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Hardcore fans and casual audiences both flock to multiple games each week to get a glimpse of their favorite ones. And with the championship and Super Bowl at stake soon, more than average viewers will be tuning in. But which are the most-watched NFL games this season?

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Only 3 games are left in the season, including the Super Bowl. All three of them will smash viewership records, but before that happens, let’s see some games that had more than usual fanfare. In ascending order, here are the 5 most watched games in the 2023-24 season.

The Kansas City Chiefs vs the New York Jets

Though both teams have a large fanbase, the viewership spike was because of a completely different reason. With an average viewership of 27 million, it was the second game Taylor Swift attended that too with her Hollywood friends.

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The Chiefs faced a tougher-than-expected opponent but came out on top. The Chiefs eventually won 23-20 and ‘Swift watch’ was officially a thing after this game.

The San Francisco 49ers vs the Baltimore Ravens

It was the Week 16 game in the regular season, and many had figured out that these two are the best teams in the league. With a Super Bowl feel to the game, an average of 27.7 million viewers tuned in.

The Ravens led by Lamar Jackson ran riot at the Levi’s Stadium. They crushed the hopes of the 49ers and won by 33-19. While also cementing themselves as the top team.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs the Philadelphia Eagles

The first game of the postseason attracted 29.1 million viewers on average. With the Eagles looking to make a comeback in the postseason. The Buccaneers defied all expectations in this underdog victory.

Not only did the Bucs win the wild card game, but demolished the Eagles by 32-9 at their home stadium. With Baker Mayfield demonstrating the poise required of a top QB.

The Baltimore Ravens vs the Houston Texans

With their second entry on the list, the Ravens prove their star power once again. This game drew an astounding 31.8 million viewers, breaking all previous viewership records on ESPN.

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The Ravens disposed of the Texans easily by 34-10 and marched on toward the NFC Championship game. With the Super Bowl in their crosshairs.

The Buffalo Bills vs the Kansas City Chiefs

This game broke all viewership records for CBS. As 50.4 million fans tuned in to watch the exciting game between the Chiefs and the Bills in divisional playoffs.

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The Chiefs recorded a comeback victory, with the final score reading 27-24 in their favor. And for the 6th consecutive time, they’ll be competing for the AFC Championship.

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