The Arizona Cardinals are off to a 4-1 start this season.
But then again, you already knew that, because chances are you haven’t missed a game.
The team announced Wednesday its 30-20 victory over the Washington Redskins Sunday earned a rating of 27.1 with a 49 share, meaning it was watched in 460,000 Valley homes. Combine that with a sold out University of Phoenix Stadium, and many eyes were on the game.
Each of the Cardinals’ five games this season have garnered solid ratings, with an average of 25.6, 47 share and 472,000 households.
Overall, their viewership numbers reflect a 23 percent jump over this same time last season, which is the largest increase in the NFL. Furthermore, their five games represent the most-watched programs of any kind in the Phoenix market this season.