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Anne Erickson

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INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 13: Matthew Stafford #9 of the Los Angeles Rams celebrates after Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium on February 13, 2022 in Inglewood, California. The Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Detroit cared about this Super Bowl- a lot. According to NBC Sports, Detroit was the No. 2 market for Super Bowl LVI viewership. So, who was No. 1? Not surprisingly, Cincinnati. If the Cincinnati Bengals had won over the Los Angeles Rams, they would have scored their first Super Bowl win ever.

According to NBC Sports, 112.3 million people watched the Super Bowl. It was the most-watched game since Super Bowl LI in February 2017.

Los Angeles didn’t even make the top 10 markets for viewership, scoring a 36.7/77 rating.

Here are the top 10 markets for watching the 2022 Super Bowl:

  • Cincinnati

    46.1/84

  • Detroit

    45.9/79

  • Pittsburgh

    45.6/74

  • Columbus

    45.54/80

  • Kansas City

    44.6/76

  • Milwaukee

    44.0/75

  • Cleveland

    44.0/78

  • Boston

    42.6/74

  • Philadelphia

    42.3/71

  • Jacksonville

    41.3/73