With football season just around the corner, avid football fans might be considering cheering their team on from the sidelines. Ticket search engine SeatGeek breaks down which NFL teams charge the least for home games.
Despite having the premier running back in the NFL, the Titans continued to struggle through the 2010 season. With that said, the team hopes its high-profile draft picks can revamps this once-successful franchise.
The Bengals on-the-field plays mirrors the off-the-field controversy as the current quandary with quarterback Carson Palmer doesn’t bode well for the team this season.
The Lions continue to climb out of the basement, but its surrounding economic climate hasn’t helped the Mo-Town faithful.
A bargain for football fans looking to see some good football: The Dirty Birds are a perennial playoff team and has a schedule packed with exciting matchups.
What else is there to do in Minnesota in the fall and winter that doesn’t require you bundling up eight-layers deep? While the Purple People Eaters are no more, the team continues to try and pave its way to success.
Arrr, the Yucs were a 10-win team in 2010 and are looking to bring home more victories this season.
Another team on the cusp on playoff success, the Jags have one of the most explosive run games with Maurice Jones-Drew.
Da Bills have one of the most exciting schedules this season and it’s a great chance for fans to see their team and take in some of the town’s legendary chicken wings.
The original powerhouse of the AFL has fallen on hard times as of late, but that could mean die-hard fans can snag a bargain to cheer on the chiefs.
The team has been struggling recently, but loyal fans can get a great deal on watching their team play at home.
While some of these NFL teams might not have stellar records, they do offer one advantage over the more-successful teams: You can actually afford a ticket to watch from the sidelines. Check out which NFL teams draw the lowest average ticket price for a home game.