The NFL has wrapped up a regular season that was just as exciting as any, and is currently in the divisional round of the playoffs.
They are, however, in the midst of a difficult struggle for power between the players and owners as a heated battle for a collective bargaining agreement comes into full view.
One of the things that is always at the center of an argument between owners and players is revenue, and how that money should be spent.
Well, one of the main forms of revenue generation for teams has been income from fans attending games. If butts are in the seats, people are usually happy, players are usually playing well, and owners are making money.
However, this season has marked the third straight year of a decline in ticket sales ever since a record was set in 2007 with over 22 million tickets sold for the regular season.
Many things can be attributed to this drop, from rising ticket prices to a down economy and the now wide-spread use of giant high-definition televisions.
Here, we'll take a look at which teams are enticing fans to come to games even when the thought of sitting on their couch and not spending $11 for a beer seems more alluring.
Both home and away attendance are taken into account for this ranking.