Special Report

The Least and Most Popular NFL Teams

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27. Minnesota Vikings
> 2016 pct. stadium filled: 91.5% capacity
> 2016 avg. home attendance: 66,786
> 5-year record: 41W/38L/1T
> Home stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium – Minneapolis, MN
> 2017 avg. ticket price: $242

The 2016 season was a disappointing one for Vikings fans. Coming off the high of a five-game winning streak in the first five weeks, the Vikings managed only three more wins in the following 11 games.

26. Jacksonville Jaguars
> 2016 pct. stadium filled: 92.2% capacity
> 2016 avg. home attendance: 61,915
> 5-year record: 17W/63L/0T
> Home stadium: EverBank Field – Jacksonville, FL
> 2017 avg. ticket price: $133

Even after a 3.6% price increase in 2016, the Jacksonville Jaguars have some of the least expensive tickets in the NFL. Despite the relative bargain, the Jaguars struggled to fill the stadium to capacity last season.

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25. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
> 2016 pct. stadium filled: 92.3% capacity
> 2016 avg. home attendance: 60,624
> 5-year record: 28W/52L/0T
> Home stadium: Raymond James Stadium – Tampa, FL
> 2017 avg. ticket price: $276

Last year’s 9-7 season was the first winning season Tampa Bay has had since 2010. Including an abysmal 2-14 season in 2014, the team has had four seasons of 4 wins or less in the last decade.

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24. Cincinnati Bengals
> 2016 pct. stadium filled: 92.4% capacity
> 2016 avg. home attendance: 60,511
> 5-year record: 49W/29L/2T
> Home stadium: Paul Brown Stadium – Cincinnati, OH
> 2017 avg. ticket price: $164

Cincinnati Bengals fans may be tired of having their hopes dashed. The team lost in the first round of the playoffs after strong regular season performances in five of the last six seasons.

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23. Tennessee Titans
> 2016 pct. stadium filled: 93.5% capacity
> 2016 avg. home attendance: 64,659
> 5-year record: 27W/53L/0T
> Home stadium: Nissan Stadium – Nashville, TN
> 2017 avg. ticket price: $190

Tennessee picked up quarterback Marcus Mariota second overall in the 2015 draft, with hopes the Oregon alumnus would become the face of the franchise and help the Titans return to winning ways. Last year, the team had their first winning season since 2011.