Even after a 3-1 stretch under Jason Garrett, the Dallas Cowboys are just 4-8 on the season and long ago surrendered any hope of a playoff berth. In one respect, though, the rest of the league is light-years behind the Cowboys: Dallas has the highest average attendance in the entire NFL.
Obviously, home-field advantage is huge in the NFL. Crowd noise can disrupt the opponent's offense, and the added intensity of a key rivalry game before a rabid home crowd can help lift the team to victory. Some teams always have this advantage, while for others, it is a constant fight to keep their fan base interested.
Read on for power rankings of all 32 teams by average attendance, with slight adjustments made for the team's ability to feed off the crowd and for the percentage of full capacity at which each team operates.