The Indianapolis Colts’ 24-13 win over the Denver Broncos yesterday was the second-highest-rated AFC Divisional Playoff game in 18 years, posting a 25.4 in metered markets. That beat last year’s Denver-San Diego matchup by 1%. It was the biggest number since in the AFC Divisional ranks since the New York Jets-New England game in 2011, which pulled a 26.2. Colts-Broncos, which featured the generational matchup of quarterbacks Andrew Luck and Peyton Manning, aired in the run-up to NBC’s Golden Globes telecast. It peaked with a 27.6 from 7-7:30 PM ET.
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