The Green Bay Packers’ upset victory over the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC wild-card round on Sunday night drew 40 million viewers, FOX Sports announced Monday.

The Packers won the game, 48-32, and led 27-0 in the second quarter. Dallas scored before the half was finished, but it was too little too late. Still, FOX Sports saw major viewership.

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“With 40 million viewers, Sunday’s matchup between the Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys projects to be @NFLonFOX’s best performance for an NFL #WildCard Game since 2015 — peaking at 43.4 million from 6:45-7:00 PM ET,” FOX Sports wrote on X.

“The delivery is up +20% over last year’s game that aired in the same window (33.2 million for New York Giants-Minnesota Vikings).”

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FOX will have one NFC matchup on Saturday night: the Packers head to San Francisco to play the No. 1 seed 49ers.

Jordan Love became the first Packers quarterback not named Aaron Rodgers or Brett Favre to win a playoff game for Green Bay since Lynn Dickey did it in 1983 against the St. Louis Cardinals.

The Packers are the first No. 7 seed to win a game since the playoffs expanded to include seven teams from each conference four years ago.

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