Chart shows NFL teams with the highest home attendance

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For NFL teams, bringing fans into the stadium to watch games is very important.

NFL team owners know it’s their fan base that keeps them going.

The fans being the heart and soul of their existence, they want to give those fans a team they will be proud to watch.

Recently, the Sunday Night Football Twitter account posted a graph showing which teams get the biggest home attendances.

So which NFL team made the top of this list, and who else made the cut?

The Dallas Cowboys are ranked number one in attendance

There is no clash with the American team, the Dallas Cowboys, which ranks first on this chart.

With a team averaging 93,388 fans each game, they bypass the next closest team of over 13,000.

However, some of the other top 10 teams are a bit shocking.

With the Carolina Panthers coming in at number nine, it’s shocking to see a team like them on this list.

Another team making the cut that is shocking is the Denver Broncos.

Their average attendance of 76,625 ranks them third on the list.

It’s shocking because Broncos fans left games before they were over.

However, teams like the Philadelphia Eagles, Miami Dolphins, and Baltimore Ravens are missing from this list.

With all three teams in playoff contention this season, having them under the Panthers and Broncos is odd.

While they may not make the top 10, they are at least making their way to the playoffs.

If they get a playoff game at home, maybe their perspective will change.

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