NBC earned the second-lowest “Sunday Night Football” overnight of the season for the Texans’ blowout loss to the Packers.
The Week 6 edition of “Sunday Night Football,” pitting the Packers against the Texans, earned a 12.6 overnight rating on NBC — up 13% from Bears/Vikings last year (11.2), but down 5% from Colts/Washington in 2010 (13.2).
The 12.6 overnight is the second-lowest “SNF” overnight of the season, ahead of only Chargers/Saints one week earlier (11.7).
Sunday’s telecast earned the second-highest NFL overnight of the day, finishing a distant second behind the NFL national window on FOX (16.1).
Locally, Sunday’s game drew a 51.9 in Milwaukee and a 32.6 in Houston.