Packers vs. Bills Sunday Night Football Does Massive Numbers

The Buffalo Bills defeated the Green Bay Packers 27-17 on Sunday Night Football, in what was another great instalment of the prime time Sunday action (as opposed to Thursday Night, which has been a disaster in 2022), and it has proven to be more than just a good game for the NFL. According to preliminary findings, the game drew 21 million viewers, and if that stands correct, it will be the highest total recorded for a Sunday Night game since all the way back in Week 8 of the 2015 season.

The game featured a heavyweight matchup at Quarterback with back-to-back MVP Aaron Rodgers taking on the potential 2022 MVP Josh Allen, and even after struggling for the past 3 weeks, it's clear that the Packers still have plenty of people tuning in to see Rodgers play QB. 

The Bills win took them to 6-1 on the year, while the Packers have slumped to 3-5, losing ground on the now 6-1 NFC North leading Minnesota Vikings. Both teams are clearly headed in opposite directions, but for whatever reasons, fans couldn't get enough of this matchup, as it drew an incredible amount of viewers, something the NFL will need to keep an eye on for future matchups in prime time.