The Super Bowl LIV was the 10th most watched in the history of the NFL
The Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl LIV when they beat San Francisco 49ers with 31-20 in the last minutes of the game. It was one great finale of the season in the NFL and the stats show that it was the 10th most watched Super Bowl event in history. That’s pretty good. Here is some interesting info while we are preparing our free nfl picks for you guys.
Right after the game, we can look at the stats and see how the Super Bowl LIV actually performed in terms of ratings. According to the numbers, more than 102 million viewers watched the game via FOX, FOX Deportes, NFL and the digital properties of Verizon. And yes – it was a worthy game to watch.
Just to compare the two events, last year the Super Bowl LIII event between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams was watched by around of 100.7 million people – that’s more than a million less than this year.
For the Kansas City Chiefs it was a first title in 50 years, so that’s a pretty huge moment for the Chiefs. They are going to be greeted with a parade in Kansas on Wednesday, while the president Donald Trump also congratulated them for the huge win. It was also a first Super Bowl trophy for their head coach Andy Reid. The 61-years old Reid achieved the biggest win in his professional career so far.
The big hero of the day was obviously City Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes, who was awarded as the MVP of the final. The 24-years old quarterback is full of potential and given his young age, it’s reasonable to expect some great things from him in future.
The Super Bowl LIV was great, but now it’s time to turn to the usual business which teams are doing during this time of the year. Keep up with us and our free nfl picks, because it’s worthy.