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The NFL set a record with its...

From Staff and Wire Reports

The NFL set a record with its total paid attendance for the fourth consecutive season.

Attendance last season was 17,784,354, breaking the 1991 record by 32,215.

Regular-season paid attendance was 13,828,887--61,736 per game--third-highest ever, surpassed only in 1990 and ’91.

The Buffalo Bills led the NFL in home paid attendance for the fifth consecutive year with 630,978 for eight games. The league said 14 other teams topped the half-million mark: Kansas City, New York Giants, New York Jets, Denver, Cleveland, Atlanta, Detroit, New Orleans, Miami, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle and Dallas.

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Buffalo also led the NFL in paid attendance, home and away, with 1,130,973.


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