BALTIMORE - NOVEMBER 20: Fans of the Cincinnati Bengals cheer against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on November 20, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Ravens lead the Bengals 14-7 at the half. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)
According to Darren Rovell with CNBC, the Cincinnati Bengals are experiencing a huge boost in tickets sales following the 2012 NFL draft -- most likely due to the overall awesome grades that the team produced for their selections last weekend. Rovell cites the ticket service Stubhub, who say that the Bengals are selling tickets at an 103 percent increase with only three teams experiencing a higher increase.
According to Rovell, the team with the highest jump is the Philadelphia Eagles at 125 percent, followed by the Cleveland Browns (119 percent) and the Buffalo Bills (107 percent).
@StubHub after the draft: Eagles 125%, Browns 119%, Bills: 107%, Bengals: 103%, Dolphins: 102%.Top percentage ticket sales increases on
@StubHub in ticket sales after draft: 1. Vikings, 2. Panthers, 3. Cardinals, 4. Giants, 5. Patriots.Teams that saw the least action on