Ticket search engine SeatGeek breaks down which teams charge their fans the least to cheer live in person.
The Brown’s haven’t given Cleveland much to cheer about in recent years, but with two top-notch draft picks in running back Trent Richardson and quarterback Brandon Weeden the team hopes to climb out of the bottom of the AFC North.
The Chiefs are banking that off-season pickup Peyton Hillis can help this compete in the tightly-contested AFC West.
Despite having the best season in recent history, Motown fans can still find reasonable football tickets to watch Matt Stafford and Calvin Johnson light up the gridiron.
While the Bills always have a rough road to tow in the AFC East, the team hopes a solid offseason can help it get back into playoff contention.
The Bucs are looking to bounce back after a rough 2011, but the NFC South won’t make it an easy season.
After a jagged 2011, the Jags are looking for wide receiver Justin Blackman to help the team regain glory.
The Vikings are looking to rebound from a dismal 2011 season that ended with a last place finish in the always competitive NFC North.
After a great rookie season from quarterback Andy Dalton and receiver AJ Green, the Bengals hope the 2012 season will result in another post-season appearance.
The Niners may be the biggest steal of the season as they open 2012 as possible Super-Bowl contenders under second-year coach Jim Harbaugh.
The Dolphins are placing their faith in rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill early as the team hopes to compete in the AFC East.
Football fans that are tired of watching games from their couch every Sunday can score some cheap tickets to catch these teams live.