There were few highlights from the Cincinnati Bengals' side of their Week 7 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, as the Bengals dropped their seventh straight game to start the season.
In fact, the biggest highlight to come from Sunday's game in Cincinnati was, perhaps, made by a lone fan from the stands, whose voice could be heard loud and clear through the silence of Paul Brown Stadium's 65,515-seat capacity as he pressed Jaguars' kicker Josh Lambo for the secrets to his hairstyle.
This lone fan asking Lambo for hair tips during the game was arguably the most entertaining moment of the day for Cincinnati, especially in a stadium that seemed to be well under the 42,784 people reported to be in attendance.
The heckling from the crowd didn't end there though, and this time it was even directed at the home team, as one fan went after Bengals' quarterback Andy Dalton, calling him the worst QB in the league. This prompted Bengals' wide receiver Auden Tate to step in and defend him after the two have been building a solid chemistry in recent weeks on the field.
For the season, the Bengals are averaging 46,487 in attendance at their home games, which is roughly 71 percent capacity (70.9). With Cincinnati sitting at 0-7 and the temperatures dropping by the week, we could see their attendance numbers follow the same trend.
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