National Football League (NFL) 2010 Attendance Statistics Database
Included are each team’s average home attendance, the percentage of seats that were occupied at home games, and ratios of average attendance to local population and team victories.
The population ratio was calculated by dividing the average attendance by the number of residents within a team’s BEA economic area (as defined by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis) and then multiplying the resulting figure by 10,000.
The victory ratio was calculated by dividing the average attendance by the team’s number of regular-season victories in 2010.
Click View Details to get additional information for a specific team, including its ranks in all four categories.
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