The Cowboys still are America’s Team. The Patriots still are the Patriots.
And when those two teams play a game like they did Sunday, it’s no great surprise that all eyes were watching.
The Cowboys’ exciting overtime win over the Patriots delivered 23.223 million viewers. It was CBS’ most-watched October game in the national game window since 2015.
Viewership peaked as the teams traded touchdowns late in the fourth quarter, with nearly 30 million viewers tuning in between 7:30-7:45 p.m. ET.
The game also was the most streamed regular-season game ever, CBS announced.
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