Which NFL team is the biggest threat to the NFL in the 2018 season?
The New York Giants will enter the 2018 NFL season as the biggest challenger to the league in terms of total attendance and the number of fans who are expected to attend games in 2018.
The Giants are expected by many to lead the NFL with an average attendance of 27,923 in the 2017 season, which was the highest for any team in league history.
The New England Patriots, New York Jets, Los Angeles Rams and Seattle Seahawks also have average attendance numbers of over 27,000 per game.
The NFL also has the lowest average attendance in the NFL as well, at just under 22,000 fans per game in 2018, which is down from 27,638 fans per match in 2017.
The total attendance for the 2018 regular season was 21,838, which has been the lowest since the start of the 2000 season.
The average attendance is expected to fall to 21,500 in 2019.
This is the lowest total attendance in 10 years and the third consecutive year that average attendance has dropped in the league.
The number of teams who are projected to average over 27.5 million fans per season has been steadily increasing over the past few seasons.
This year, the Atlanta Falcons are projected at around 27.8 million, the Los Angeles Chargers are projected closer to 28.0 million and the Denver Broncos are projected over 28.1 million.
The projected average attendance for each of the teams in 2018 will be around 28.2 million, which would make it the second-lowest average attendance rate in the entire NFL.
The expected average attendance percentage for each team is expected be a very low 20% or lower, according to NFL.com, which means that teams that are projected as low as 17% will be able to average more than 24 million fans over the next few seasons, making them the most expensive teams in the next 10 years.