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The Bengals are seeing the sharpest attendance drop among all NFL clubs so far this season, down 34% at Paul Brown Stadium through Week Five. Sun Life Stadium is also seeing a double-digit percentage drop for Dolphins home games (-15.5%). The Raiders are seeing the biggest gains among all clubs, up 44.4% in Oakland. Among AFC clubs, the Jets lead all teams with 78,768 fans per game, up slightly from their first season at MetLife Stadium. Listed below is team-by-team AFC attendance through Week Five, with comparisons to the same period last year. See yesterday's issue of the THE DAILY for NFC figures (THE DAILY).AFC ATTENDANCE THROUGH WEEK FIVE
HOME TEAMGMSTOTALAVG.% CAP.PREV.% +/-GMS ('10) Jets2157,53678,76895.5%78,1900.7%3 Broncos3223,84774,61698.0%75,766-1.5%2 Texans3214,44971,483100.6%71,1800.4%3 Ravens2142,68171,341100.5%71,1830.2%2 Chiefs2141,68670,84392.7%69,7431.6%2 Titans2138,28669,143100.0%69,1430.0%3 Patriots2137,51268,756100.0%68,7560.0%2 Bills3206,16868,72394.0%65,6204.7%3 Browns3200,21266,73791.0%65,7991.4%3 Colts3196,43265,477103.9%67,072-2.4%2 Chargers3191,95463,98589.5%62,4402.5%2 Steelers2127,53863,76998.0%64,169-0.6%2 Raiders2124,11862,05998.3%42,96444.4%3 Jaguars3185,88961,96392.1%63,334-2.2%3 Dolphins2117,89258,94678.4%69,786-15.5%2 Bengals284,50542,25364.5%63,980-34.0%2 AFC TOTALS392,590,70566,42893.9%66,525-0.1%39 NFL TOTALS775,151,40766,90185.3%67,654-1.1%76
NOTES: Attendance data based on totals posted immediately following games. Figures do not reflect any subsequent adjustments made by teams or the league.