56°F
weather icon Partly Cloudy

Raiders’ win attracts record TV, streaming audience

The Raiders’ 36-33 overtime victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday was the most-watched regular-season NFL game since 1990, according to CBS Sports.

An estimated 38.5 million people watched the game, a 26-percent increase over last year’s Thanksgiving game in the same time slot.

The game, shown on Paramount+, also was the most-streamed NFL regular-season game ever.

CBS cautioned the numbers “are based upon preliminary data” and the final Nielsen ratings will be available Tuesday.

Contact reporter Mark Anderson at manderson@reviewjournal.com. Follow @markanderson65 on Twitter.

Like and follow Vegas Nation
THE LATEST
Raiders report: No Hollywood ending for Derek Carr

Raiders quarterback Derek Carr dreamed of an opportunity like he had Saturday night at Paul Brown Stadium, but never envisioned it going the way it did in the loss to the Bengals.