CBS outage roasts NFL fans at start of Chiefs-Browns playoff game


The Kansas City chief and the Cleveland Browns’ divisional-round playoff game was called off without a hitch, but NFL fans were in a world of trouble trying to tune into the game on the CFL.

As soon as the game started, fans were displeased with CBS and cable carriers. Rage spread on social media as he removed his frustrations.

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The CBS Sports App and CBS All-Access appeared to give fans a temporary fix. It appeared to those attempting to watch the game in New York, New Jersey and the Connecticut area, according to the down detector.

Verizon Support stated that “there was a well-known broadcast issue with the CBS network provider and other television service providers.”

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CBS did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

After the Chiefs scored their first touchdown of the game, it appeared that the service was back for most carriers. Altice, Verizon FIOS, Xfinity and DirecTV were among the cable providers affected.

The majors are back on their run for the Super Bowl. This is his first game in two weeks as he had the first round to hold the best record in the AFC. Kansas City is the defending Super Bowl champion.

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The Bruins are hoping to return to the conference title game for the first time since the 1989 season, when Bud Carson was the head coach and lost to the Denver Broncos.

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