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Chargers-Bengals on 'The NFL on CBS' earns highest viewership and rating in 19 years

by jmaloni

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Tue, Jan 7th 2014 10:40 am

"The NFL on CBS' " broadcast of the AFC Wild Card Playoff game featuring the San Diego Chargers' win over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday (1:06-4:20 p.m.) was seen by an average of 30.9 million viewers (Persons 2+), which is the highest viewership in 19 years for an early Sunday AFC Wild Card game (31.6 M; New England-Cleveland; 1/1/95; NBC), and is up 4 percent from last year's 29.6 million (Indianapolis-Baltimore).

The Chargers-Bengals AFC Wild Card Playoff game scored an average fast-national household rating/share of 18.9/36, up 4 percent from last year's 18.1/36, which is the highest-rated early Sunday AFC Wild Card game in 19 years (22.0/48; New England-Cleveland; 1/1/95; 12:30-3:37 p.m., ET).

The average viewership and rating/share for the Chargers-Bengals game peaked with 36.2 million viewers and a 21.6/39 (3:30-4 p.m.), respectively.

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