The Dallas Cowboys’ victory over the rival Philadelphia Eagles dominated last night’s ratings race, picking up NBC’s top “Sunday Night Football” score of the fall and contributing to a season low for ABC’s “Once Upon a Time,” which aired its fall finale.

According to Nielsen metered-market overnights, “Sunday Night Football” averaged a 14.9 household rating/24 share — the second best Sunday night score of the football season, and the best since the late-summer contest in Week 1 between Indianapolis and Denver (15.1/25). On NBC’s stations, the game averaged a 7.7 rating/21 share in adults 18-49 and 21.8 million viewers overall from 8:30 to 11 p.m., with its final total viewership expected to be in the vicinity of 25 million.

ABC opened the night with small numbers for the special “Backstage With Disney on Broadway” (0.5/1 in 18-49, 2.9 million viewers overall), which certainly contributed to the season low for “Once Upon a Time” (1.7/5 in 18-49, 5.6 million viewers overall), even if the ratings for the fairy tale-themed series is adjusted up a tick in the nationals; a year ago, the show’s fall finale did a 1.9 in the demo. Despite the low finish, “Once Upon a Time” finishes fall up 13% vs. last year in adults 18-49 rating (3.6 to 3.2).

From 9 to 11 p.m., “Barbara Walters: 10 Most Fascinating People of 2014” did a 1.4/4 in 18-49 and 7.7 million viewers overall, beating the CBS dramas head-to-head in the demo.

Ratings for CBS are subject to revision due to a football overrun in some markets, but “Undercover Boss” had a solid return (1.7/5 in 18-49, 8.9 million viewers overall) with a special episode in advance of its move to Fridays nights. The feel-good reality show held all of its demo lead-in from “60 Minutes” (1.7/5 in 18-49, 11.6 million viewers overall) and was slightly above the average of “Madam Secretary” in the timeslot this fall. “Boss” was followed by firstrun dramas “The Mentalist” (1.3/4 in 18-49, 8.4 million viewers overall) and “CSI” (1.2/4 in 18-49, 7.4 million viewers overall).

Fox, which benefited from an NFL overrun, was paced by a repeat of “The Simpsons” (2.0/6 in 18-49, 5.0 million viewers overall). It was followed by an original “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (1.5/4 in 18-49, 3.5 million viewers overall), a repeat “Family Guy” (1.4/4 in 18-49, 3.1 million viewers overall) and a new “Bob’s Burgers” (1.2/3 in 18-49, 2.5 million viewers overall). The net hasn’t aired a lot of “Family Guy” originals this fall, which probably is a smart idea opposite the likes of “Sunday Night Football” and “The Walking Dead,” and thus will have mostly firstrun episodes in the new year.