Sunday's Packers-Cowpokes game drew the kind of evaluations you'd anticipate from a matchup of two groups with public followings.
As per Michael McCarthy of Front Office Sports, Packers-Cowpokes attracted an incredible 29.2 million watchers over the course of the end of the week.
The numbers for the extra time conflict - won by the Packers 31-28 - mean this is the most-watched game in the NFL up until this point this season.
It doesn't seem like such a large number of individuals are shocked to see this matchup drew a great deal of eyeballs.
"Uncle Aaron and The Young men convey … to no one's surprise," tweeted commentator Daniel Jovic.
"You might ever see worse consecutive games than Bills-Vikes and Packers-Ranchers," added columnist Dan Simmons.
"Absolute spine chillers, the two of them. It's simply down to go from here, NFL.""Boycott working out positively," kidded previous television news man Ryan Sjoberg.
"Additionally, this says a lot to the force the two groups have as Green Straight was assumed dead before the week started."
"Not amazed by any means. The 2 greatest groups in the association planned to draw colossal evaluations," ringed in a Packers fan.
"I was laughing that Fox was running spots for this game a long time ahead of time. Joke's on me," conceded another Packer benefactor.
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