Where would you rather watch an NFL game?
The comfort of your living room or the stadium with its frustrating fans and questionable views of the action?
Unfortunately for the NFL, more and more fans are choosing to stay home and that's especially true during the preseason.
Getting a sneak peek at the Super Bowl Champion Patriots might cost you some real cash. There are some games that you can check out while spending less on the tickets than you would on one of those overpriced beers.
The cheapest team to catch is the Buffalo Bills.
Their home games against the Vikings and Lions are averaging around $20 per ticket.
But if you look around, you can find tickets for just three bucks.
Sitting inside the New Orleans Superdome is one way escape the August heat and humidity. You can watch the Saints take on the Ravens or the Texans there.
The average ticket price is between $35 and $50, but you can actually get in by spending as little as $6.
After blowing a huge lead in last year's Super Bowl, you can get a first look at this year's Atlanta Falcons without blowing Super Bowl bucks.
They play the Dolphins in Miami.
The average ticket costs $50, but you can actually get in the stadium for just $5.
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This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.