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All 32 NFL teams ranked by attendance in 2023 season (including the Bengals)

The Cincinnati Bengals remain one of most notable teams leaugewide in the early stages of the Joe Burrow era.

That doesn’t figure to change anytime soon, not with Burrow around on a long-term contract and superstars such as Ja’Marr Chase helping to make the Bengals likely annual playoff contenders.

Besides the number of primetime games allotted by the league and metrics like social media engagement, one of the most interesting ways to gauge a team’s current popularity (or even competitiveness) is by looking at attendance numbers.

Here’s a look at where the Bengals ranked in average attendance at home games last year, courtesy of the numbers at ESPN:

Las Vegas Raiders: 65,355

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Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

Chicago Bears: 65,381

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(Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

Arizona Cardinals: 65,504

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Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Indianapolis Colts: 65,511

Syndication: The Indianapolis Star
Syndication: The Indianapolis Star

Tennessee Titans: 65,727

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Syndication: The Tennessean

Miami Dolphins: 66,857

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Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 67,046

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Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

Cincinnati Bengals: 67,335

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(Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)

Pittsburgh Steelers: 67,439

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Philip G. Pavely-USA TODAY Sports

Jacksonville Jaguars: 67,681

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Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

Minnesota Vikings: 68,065

Syndication: The Enquirer
Syndication: The Enquirer

Carolina Panthers: 68,465

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Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

New England Patriots: 68,538

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Candice Ward-USA TODAY Sports

Detroit Lions: 68,841

Syndication: Detroit Free Press
Syndication: Detroit Free Press

Baltimore Ravens: 68,866

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Kareem Elgazzar-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Browns: 68,934

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Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Washington Commanders: 69,161

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Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Atlanta Falcons: 69,200

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Jamie Sabau-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills: 69,600

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(Photo by Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images)

Houston Texans: 69,702

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(Photo by Sam Hodde/Getty Images)

San Francisco 49ers: 69,783

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Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports

New Orleans Saints: 69,916

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Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports

Los Angeles Chargers: 70,055

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Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Seattle Seahawks: 70,190

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Kareem Elgazzar-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas City Chiefs: 70,914

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Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Eagles: 71,984

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Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Denver Broncos: 72,175

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Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Los Angeles Rams: 72,649

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Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Green Bay Packers: 73,082

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Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

New York Giants: 74,256

Syndication: The Record
Syndication: The Record

New York Jets: 75,644

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Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Dallas Cowboys: 81,102

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Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Story originally appeared on Bengals Wire