TV Ratings Are In For This Year's Hall Of Fame Game

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On Thursday night, the Jacksonville Jaguars and Las Vegas Raiders attended this year's installment of the Hall of Fame game.

Although the Jaguars and Raiders sat on most of their stars, NFL fans got the chance to pick No. 1 overall, with Travan Walker showcasing his skills.

He was very impressive in his pre-season debut.

The attackers also turned a few heads while running back to Josh Jacobs.

He finished the game with 30 rushing yards and 14 receiving yards.

As for TV ratings, NBC drew nearly 5.5 million viewers on Thursday nights.

The network streaming the game also had a few million fans.

This year's rating is lower than the 2021 Hall of Fame game (7.3 million viewers),

But it's also important to note which teams participated in that matchup.

The Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers are two of the most popular teams in the NFL.

On the bright side, this year's Hall of Fame game had better ratings than the 2019 edition.

That matchup involved the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons.

The preseason will resume on August.

11 When the New York Giants will take on the New England Patriots.