Some NFL fans say football is better to watch on TV than in person at the stadium . . . although Browns games are unwatchable for Cleveland fans no matter where you are.
Regardless of where you watch the game, there's one universal truth: Beer is EXPENSIVE at the stadium. The site Bookies.com put out a report on the price of a beer in every city, ranking them from the most to least expensive.
The cheapest beer cities, where teams are selling beers for about $6.25 apiece: The Detroit Lions . . . the Atlanta Falcons . . . and the New York Jets.
The priciest beer is in Philadelphia. Eagles fans fork over nearly $15 for 16 ounces. The L.A. teams . . . the Rams and the Chargers . . . are a close second, followed by the Las Vegas Raiders . . . the San Francisco 49ers . . . the New Orleans Saints . . . and the Jacksonville Jaguars.
All those teams pay more than $11 for one beer.
Of course, there are more stadium costs than beer. There's also the price of tickets, parking, food, and non-alcoholic beverages.
If you take everything into account, the 49ers are the most expensive team . . . going to a 49ers game in the Bay Area averages out to over $1,000 for two adults and two kids. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the second-most expensive.
The Cardinals were the cheapest for a family of four, at just over $200. The Jaguars are the second-cheapest for a family.
(You can find the prices for every team, here.)