Seahawks-Vikings most-watched early Sunday wild-card game
Records go back to 1988.
In the late Sunday game, the Packers' 35-18 win over the Redskins averaged 38.8 million viewers on Fox for the biggest audience in television since the Super Bowl. That's down 8 percent from the 42.3 million for last year's Detroit-Dallas matchup, which drew the third-highest viewership in NFL wild-card history.
The four games last weekend averaged 32.5 million viewers, up 9 percent from the 29.9 million last season.