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For many people, pairing a sporting event with a cold — and often overpriced — beer is a tradition. But for some NFL fans, particularly those in California, the price of a brew inside the stadium is tough to stomach.

Using the latest data from Team Marketing Report, PointAfter calculated the average beer price at each NFL stadium on a price-per-ounce basis (to normalize across different size offerings). While this isn’t the end-all for prices within each stadium — you’ll find many will have cheaper or more expensive offerings when you actually get the lay of the land — it does provide a good baseline of understanding.

Interestingly, the New England Patriots boast one of the cheapest beers in the league, which runs contrary to the state’s baseball counterpart. But what fan bases are on the opposite end of the spectrum and having to pay top dollar for a brewski?

#32. Cincinnati Bengals

Beer Price: $5.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.36

With the defense playing well and Andy Dalton evolving into a top-tier quarterback in 2015, the Bengals have provided fans the luxury of watching a competitive team (undefeated through five weeks) while accompanied by the NFL’s cheapest beer. Cincy will have to wait and see what happens in the playoffs, but for now there’s not much to complain about.

#31. Jacksonville Jaguars

Beer Price: $6.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.38

The Jaguars finally have some respectable young pieces via Blake Bortles and Allen Robinson. That being said, Jacksonville still isn’t ready to compete for a playoff berth. In the meantime, tortured fans can indulge themselves with the second-cheapest beer in the NFL.

#30. New England Patriots

Beer Price: $7.50

Price Per Ounce: $0.38

They needed to climb over a mountain of offseason drama, but the Patriots are once again looking like a powerhouse Super Bowl contender. Fans in New England can cheers to federal judge Richard Berman as they sip their relatively cheap beer offerings at Gillette Stadium.

#29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Beer Price: $7.75

Price Per Ounce: $0.39

Like the Jaguars, the Buccaneers are a team facing a rebuilding period. Rookie QB Jameis Winston is sure to cause the fan base plenty of frustrations, so at least the Bucs faithful aren’t getting price gouged at the concession stands.

#28. Miami Dolphins

Beer Price: $7.75

Price Per Ounce: $0.39

Rounding out the Florida-based franchises — which all have very reasonable beer prices — is the Miami Dolphins. In 2015, with Ryan Tannehill belittling practice squad players and head coach Joe Philbin getting fired, it’s nice that Dolphins fans can fall back on tolerable beer prices. They’re actually getting some bang for their buck, which is more than the team can say about Ndamukong Suh anchoring the defense through the early stages of the season.

#27. Denver Broncos

Beer Price: $6.75

Price Per Ounce: $0.42

Perhaps the only thing that trumps Denver’s competitive beer prices is its elite defense. Led by Von Miller and a stellar secondary, Denver’s D has been able to cover for a physically diminished Peyton Manning and a flop of a start from C.J. Anderson thus far.

#26. Carolina Panthers

Beer Price: $5.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.42

We now enter a six-way tie of teams in the NFC and AFC that sport identical beer prices both by actual price and price-per-ounce. We start with Carolina, which will need Cam Newton to live up to his “Superman” nickname if the Panthers are going to overcome a lack of playmakers.

#25. Houston Texans

Beer Price: $5.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.42

The presence of defensive superstar J.J. Watt hasn’t been close to enough for Houston to overcome a Lazy Susan at quarterback. Low beer prices should help ease things for Texans fans, but wasting Watt’s prime with a less-than-stellar supporting cast hurts regardless.

#24. Cleveland Browns

Beer Price: $5.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.42

Cleveland’s beer prices are competitive, but that’s not much of a consolation prize for fans who haven’t seen their favorite team reach the postseason since 2002.

#23. Seattle Seahawks

Beer Price: $5.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.42

As it turns out, both Super Bowl teams from 2015 land in the bottom third of the NFL in terms of beer prices. Usually sports franchises jack up the price following years of success (read: San Francisco Giants), but the Seahawks and Patriots aren’t even close to the teams charging the most for booze.

#22. New York Jets

Beer Price: $5.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.42

“Gang Green” is letting its fans save some of their green when purchasing beer at the stadium. Though New York is a huge market that tends to fall on the more expensive end of the spectrum, that isn’t the case for the Jets. Speaking of New York sports…

#21. New York Giants

Beer Price: $5.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.42

The Giants’ beer prices are identical to those posted by the Jets. It makes sense, provided that both teams play in the same stadium, but it’s still interesting that such a huge market has the same price per ounce of beer as Cleveland.

#20. Indianapolis Colts

Beer Price: $7.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.44

Colts fans and Andrew Luck’s fantasy football owners experienced a rude awakening early this season. Indy hasn’t looked like a playoff team, and while Luck was sidelined with injury, 40-year-old quarterback Matt Hasselbeck entered the fray and posted better numbers than the former No. 1 overall pick. It’s been an odd start to 2015.

#19. Minnesota Vikings

Beer Price: $7.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.44

The Vikings re-activated star running back Adrian Peterson for 2015 after he missed all but one game last season due to suspension. He’s averaging 93.0 yards per game and has scored three touchdowns through the team’s first four starts, but Minny will need more if it’s going to have a shot at a playoff spot.

#18. Tennessee Titans

Beer Price: $7.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.44

The Titans charge their fans more on average for beer when compared to the Buccaneers. But since Tennessee landed Marcus Mariota over Jameis Winston in the draft, fans can think of that as a “competent QB tax” of sorts.

#17. Kansas City Chiefs

Beer Price: $7.25

Price Per Ounce: $0.45

Kansas City actually has the same per-ounce price as the next four NFL teams on the countdown,

#16. Buffalo Bills

Beer Price: $9.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.45

The Buffalo Bills are right in the middle of the NFL pack in terms of beer prices, but it’s become abundantly clear that #BillsMafia has little trouble getting its fill during tailgates.

#15. San Diego Chargers

Beer Price: $9.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.45

The Chargers have a great quarterback in Philip Rivers, but with injuries piling up yet again as they did a season ago, it’s going to be nearly impossible for San Diego to make a splash at season’s end.

#14. St. Louis Rams

Beer Price: $9.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.45

The Rams swapped injury-prone QB Sam Bradford for Nick Foles during the offseason. St. Louis has had its moments early in the season, but if the offensive line isn’t able to protect the University of Arizona product, the Rams will have literally zero chance at the playoffs.

#13. Washington Redskins

Beer Price: $9.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.45

It’s fair to say fans in Washington are more preoccupied with the future of the franchise and the quarterback position at this point. At the very least, that will help take some of the focus off the organization’s mediocre beer prices.

#12. Chicago Bears

Beer Price: $9.25

Price Per Ounce: $0.46

With the hefty beer prices Bears fans have to deal with, they’re better off watching each game out at a bar with Bill Swerski’s Superfans.

#11. Atlanta Falcons

Beer Price: $7.50

Price Per Ounce: $0.47

Through five weeks, the high-flying Falcons are a stellar 5-0. The per-ounce beer price isn’t great, but fans in ATL could be much worse off … like this next team.

#10. Detroit Lions

Beer Price: $7.50

Price Per Ounce: $0.47

“Sports Guy” Bill Simmons has enjoyed taking shots at the Lions in the early going of 2015, asking things like, “Are we sure Matthew Stafford is good?” Simmons also sarcastically said on his podcast that he can’t believe hiring Jim Caldwell didn’t work out. At this point, it appears more likely that Detroit will attain the No. 1 pick in next year’s draft before it competes for a division win.

#9. Green Bay Packers

Beer Price: $7.75

Price Per Ounce: $0.48

As a Buffalo Bills fan, I’d happily trade exponentially higher franchise beer prices to be able to watch Aaron Rodgers orchestrate an offense for my favorite teams. In other words, don’t complain, Packers fans.

#8. Pittsburgh Steelers

Beer Price: $8.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.50

At $0.50 per ounce of brew, the Steelers have jumped us up into the “totally unreasonable” tier (if we weren’t there already). And yet, there are still seven teams ahead of Pittsburgh in our ranking…

#7. Dallas Cowboys

Beer Price: $8.50

Price Per Ounce: $0.53

Tickets to a Cowboys game cost a pretty penny, and the beers follow suit as some of the most expensive in the league. But I suppose that’s the price you have to pay to attend a state-of-the-art stadium that cost more than $1 billion to build.

#6. Baltimore Ravens

Beer Price: $8.50

Price Per Ounce: $0.53

Provided how dominant Cincy has looked throughout the early stages of the 2015 campaign, it might already be too late for Baltimore to make a run. The injury to Steve Smith Sr. has severely diminished the team’s playmaking abilities, and the defense simply hasn’t looked as strong without Terrell Suggs.

#5. Oakland Raiders

Beer Price: $10.75

Price Per Ounce: $0.54

Historically speaking, Raiders fans have had to deal with outrageous beer prices and a horrendous on-field product. At least the latter is getting remedied slowly, thanks in large part to quarterback Derek Carr’s play.

#4. New Orleans Saints

Beer Price: $9.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.56

If New Orleans was still a Super Bowl contender, as it was back in 2010, paying $0.56 per ounce of beer would at least be justifiable via the on-field product. But now that Drew Brees is hampered with a shoulder injury, the defense is stepping on its own toes through penalties and Jimmy Graham has departed via trade, the Saints are no longer marching.

#3. Arizona Cardinals

Beer Price: $7.25

Price Per Ounce: $0.60

The Cards boast one of the newest stadiums in the NFL (opened in 2006). So, much like the Cowboys, the Cardinals ask their fans to spend a little extra on concessions with the promise of a state-of-the-art venue.

#2. San Francisco 49ers

Beer Price: $10.00

Price Per Ounce: $0.63

Pretty much everything in San Francisco costs an arm and a leg these days (good luck affording the outrageous rent). Levi’s Stadium isn’t even in San Francisco — it’s actually located about 40 minutes south, in Santa Clara — but its beer still embraces the same pricey stigma.

#1. Philadelphia Eagles

Beer Price: $8.50

Price Per Ounce: $0.71

And finally, topping every other NFL franchise by a comfortable margin in the beer-price-per-ounce category is the Philadelphia Eagles. At an absurd $0.71 per ounce, there’s really no way to justify buying a beer at an Eagles game. Frankly, the gang from “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” would be outraged.

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