They may or may not be the best team in the NFC. (We’ll humbly vote “not” for now.) This much we know: The Bucs have the the worst attendance in the NFC.
Only 36,008 fans showed up to Raymond James Stadium on Sunday to watch Josh Freeman take out the St. Louis Rams in the fourth quarter.
Seating capacity at the stadium is 65,857, so that means more than 45% of the stadium was empty. The Bucs actually sold 42,020 tickets, but more than 6,000 seats went unclaimed.
Three major league baseball teams averaged more than 42,020 tickets sold-per-game in 2010.