(WNFL) - Sunday's Packer playoff loss to San Francisco was the most-watched N-F-L game since last year's Super Bowl. The league and Fox T-V said yesterday that 47-point-one million viewers saw the Packers and 49'ers battle it out on the Frozen Tundra at Lambeau Field before San Francisco walked away with a 23-20 win. The league said it was most-watched Wild Card game on record. Fox said it was the highest-rated Wild Card contest on any network since 1988. In southeast Wisconsin, 80-percent of the T-V's that were turned on had the Packer game. It delivered an overall rating of 58 in Wisconsin's only metered T-V market.
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