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NFL’s Least Expensive Tickets for 2012-13
Football fans that are tired of watching games from their couch every Sunday can score some cheap tickets to catch these teams live.

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Ticket search engine SeatGeek breaks down which teams charge their fans the least to cheer live in person.

Cleveland_Browns

Cleveland Browns: $88.31

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.

Kansas_City_Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs: $93.50

The Chiefs are banking that off-season pickup Peyton Hillis can help this compete in the tightly-contested AFC West.

Detroit_Lions

Detroit Lions: $95.79

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.

Buffalo_Bills

Buffalo Bills $97.82

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.

Tampa_Bay_Buccaneers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $118.83

The Bucs are looking to bounce back after a rough 2011, but the NFC South won’t make it an easy season.

Jacksonville_Jaguars

Jacksonville Jaguars: $119.16

After a jagged 2011, the Jags are looking for wide receiver Justin Blackman to help the team regain glory.

Minnesota_Vikings

Minnesota Vikings: $121.26

The Vikings are looking to rebound from a dismal 2011 season that ended with a last place finish in the always competitive NFC North.

Cincinnati_Bengals

Cincinnati Bengals: $122.25

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.

San_Francisco_49ers

San Francisco 49ers: $125. 68

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.

Miami_Dolphins

Miami Dolphins: $128.77

The Dolphins are placing their faith in rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill early as the team hopes to compete in the AFC East.

NFL’s Least Expensive Tickets for 2012-13

Football fans that are tired of watching games from their couch every Sunday can score some cheap tickets to catch these teams live.

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