Kansas City and Cleveland Browns divisional playoff games started off without a hitch, but NFL fans trying to get into the CBS game were in trouble.
Fans landed on CBS and cable carriers as there seemed to be a break at the start of the game. The rage spread on social media as they published their disappointments.
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The CBS Sports and CBS All-Access app seems to give fans a temporary solution. People trying to watch the game in the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut areas appear to be most affected, according to Down Detector.
Verizon Support said it had “some problem with CBS, the network provider and other TV service providers.”
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CBS did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News.
After Chiefs scored the first touchdown in the game, it seems the service has begun to return for most carriers. Altice, Verizon FIOS, Xfinity and DirecTV were among the cable providers affected.
The chiefs return to the Super Bowl. This is their first match in two weeks since they said goodbye to the first round to have the best record in the AFC. Kansas City is the defending Super Bowl champion.
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The Browns are hoping to return to the conference title game for the first time since the 1989 season, when Bud Carson was head coach and they lost to the Denver Broncos.