ESPN scored big with it's Green Bay-Seattle Monday Night Football. The interception which looked to seal the win for the Packers was instead called a Seattle touchdown in one of the most bizarre games you will ever see.
The game drew a 5.0 overnight. one of the highest-rated late night SportsCenter shows ever. The 5.0 overnight translates into 5% of households in the 56 urban TV markets measured for overnights.
The game itself drew an 11.5 overnight rating. That's MNF's highest rating so far this season. It's actually down 3% from comparable Week 3 coverage of a Week 3 Washington-Dallas game last year, but that game drew MNF's highest overnight last season.
ESPN's other Monday Night Football game between the Ravens and Bengals drew a 10.9 overnight, which was down 36% from the 2011 opener of Patriots-Dolphins, and 39% from 2010's Ravens-Jets opener.