Bills Own Most-Watched Thanksgiving Game in 27 Years
Were you one of the millions who watched Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills put a hurtin' on the Cowboys in Dallas on Thanksgiving? Because that many people haven't tuned in to a game in nearly three decades.
Per WIVB and CBS Sports, the Bills' 26-15 victory over the NFC East-leading Cowboys averaged a ridiculous 32.538 million viewers during its duration, peaking at over 35 million.
The Bills are now 9-3, and in the driver's seat in the AFC, trailing only the New England Patriots (10-1) and the Baltimore Ravens (9-2), both of whom will play on Sunday. One more victory should secure a playoff spot for Buffalo.