By Jacai Sanders
The NFL playoffs has been as interesting as ever thus far. 12 teams came into the Playoffs with hopes of making it to the Super Bowl but in the end there will only be two teams left standing. In the wildcard round (first round) we’ve seen the Buffalo Bills lose to the Houston Texans, the New England Patriots lose to the Tennessee Titans, the Minnesota Vikings defeat the New Orleans Saints and the Seattle Seahawks defeat the Philadelphia Eagles. They were all good entertaining games that drew a lot of views. In fact, they drew the highest average of viewers since 2016 with 30.5 million views per game.
Which takes us to the following week with the Divisional round (second round). The Divisional round average viewership also was the highest it’s been in the past 3 years with 33 million views per game. Last week we saw the San Francisco 49ers defeat the Minnesota Vikings, the Tennessee Titans defeat the Baltimore Ravens, the Kansas City Chiefs defeat the Houston Texans and lastly the Green Bay Packers defeating the Seattle Seahawks. This takes us to this weekend where we will see the Tennessee Titans take on the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship and the Green Bay Packers taking on the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship for the right to go to the Super Bowl.