32. Cleveland Browns
> Avg. remaining home ticket price: $87
> Avg. home game price through wk. 13: $89
> Current record: 0-12
> Avg. 2017 home attendance: 64,425 (86.3% capacity)
It should come as no surprise that the hapless Cleveland Browns have the cheapest tickets in the NFL. The Browns haven’t won a game all year and they don’t look like they’re going to turn it around any time soon. Most Cleveland fans are likely having trouble finding a good reason to attend a game, and tickets are unsurprisingly cheap as dirt.
31. Indianapolis Colts
> Avg. remaining home ticket price: $98
> Avg. home game price through wk. 13: $110
> Current record: 3-9
> Avg. 2017 home attendance: 64,715 (101.5% capacity)
The Indianapolis Colts’ season seemed to be over before it even began when news broke that franchise quarterback Andrew Luck would miss the season recovering from a lingering shoulder issue. The Colts have limped to a 3-9 record and are all but eliminated from playoff contention.
30. Buffalo Bills
> Avg. remaining home ticket price: $107
> Avg. home game price through wk. 13: $130
> Current record: 6-6
> Avg. 2017 home attendance: 70,050 (93.9% capacity)
Though the Buffalo Bills are still in the playoff hunt at 6-6, their final two home games leave something to be desired. The Bills play the Colts and the Dolphins in Week 14 and 15, respectively, to round out their home slate. Those two teams are both last in their divisions.
29. San Francisco 49ers
> Avg. remaining home ticket price: $119
> Avg. home game price through wk. 13: $151
> Current record: 2-10
> Avg. 2017 home attendance: 67,488 (102.4% capacity)
As the San Francisco 49ers go through a rebuilding year, fans are losing interest — at least in going to games. Ticket prices for 49ers games dropped by about 21% for the final two home games compared to their first six. Despite the lower interest the drop in price suggests, San Francisco still has the fifth-highest home attendance percentage at 102.4% of capacity.
28. Cincinnati Bengals
> Avg. remaining home ticket price: $122
> Avg. home game price through wk. 13: $132
> Current record: 5-7
> Avg. 2017 home attendance: 69,162 (83.0% capacity)
Fans are typically more excited to come to big rivalry games, but Cincinnati already played its home games against their AFC North foes, the Browns, Steelers, and Ravens. And as the playoffs seem less and less likely for the 5-7 Bengals, fans in Cincinnati have less reason to be excited.