In the electrifying showdown at Allegiant Stadium, the Packers and Raiders clashed under the Monday Night Football spotlight.

ESPN, the sports broadcasting giant, unveiled astonishing news as it shattered records in Week 5.

The world tuned in, with a remarkable 18.8 million viewers at its peak during that intense 9-9:15 p.m. window.

And the excitement didn't wane; Monday Night Football maintained an impressive 18.1 million viewers from 9-11 p.m.

ESPN2's Monday Night Football with Peyton and Eli kept its streak alive, drawing over a million viewers for the 22nd consecutive time.

This historic Monday Night Football episode proved to be the most-watched telecast of the night, winning over all key demographics

As the Raiders secured a thrilling 17-13 victory over the Packers, the young season took an exciting twist.

Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo led the charge, showcasing his skills with a 71 percent completion rate, 208 passing yards, a touchdown, and a single interception.

On the ground, Josh Jacobs made his mark, rushing for nearly 70 yards and delivering a pivotal touchdown on 20 carries.

However, it wasn't all glory; Jordan Love of the Packers had a challenging night, throwing three interceptions in a game defined by ESPN's historic ratings.