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Tom Brady also loses by a landslide in ratings for all three NFL Christmas games

On December 25, the NFL scheduled three games on Christmas Day, which is unusual, but with almost all of Game 16 being moved to Saturday the 24th, only the Green Bay Packers vs. Miami Dolphins, Denver Broncos vs. Los Angeles Rams and Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Arizona Cardinals games were played that day, the surprise is which game was the least watched.

According to Ari Meirov, a reporter who covers the NFL for PFF.com, the ratings of the games watched on television have generated really surprising results since the most watched game was the first one and the last one in incidence was also the least watched.

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Ratings for the three NFL Christmas games

Fox Sports broadcasted the game in which the Packers, led by Aaron Rodgers made a fabulous comeback to beat the Dolphins 26-20, for whom Tua Tagovailoa threw three interceptions, this game was watched by 25.92 million people.

After the game, the Broncos and the Rams, both mathematically eliminated, faced each other with a crushing 51-14 win for the Southern Californians in a game that was watched by 22.57 million people in a broadcast shared by CBS and Nickelodeon.

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Finally, Sunday Night Football on NBC featured Tom Brady's Buccaneers against the Arizona Cardinals, the game went into overtime, TB12 and company came from behind and defeated Arizona 19-16 at the site of the upcoming Super Bowl LVII and yet the game was only watched by 17.15 million people.

Another loss for Tom Brady

It is strikingly striking that Brady in a compromising situation to qualify for the playoffs, in Prime Time had a deficit of over 5 million people against a game of two eliminated teams and over 8 million against the 1:00 pm ET game.

However, there's the data, apparently watching Tom Brady play is no longer the most requested thing for NFL fans.

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