So it looks like right now San Antonio is by far the city that is supporting their team the most. They had almost 30K for their second home game.
Birmingham is decent, looks like they've gotten about 20-25K for both of their home games. Orlando's first game looked like about 20K.
But Memphis, Arizona, and San Diego all looked like they were lucky if they had 10K in actual attendance. Salt Lake hasn't played a home game yet but I'm going to bet they have a decent home crowd. But I'm thinking Atlanta draws flies.
So the first week they have their first games on CBS and it's a ratings win. And week 2 they have a game on TNT and it gets over 1 million viewers, still pretty good and way better than any game on the NFLN or CBSSN.
I get why there isn't any more games on CBS before the championship, but why are there no more games on TNT? For the rest of the season, one game will be internet only, and the rest are on NFLN and CBSSN. The NFLN games have done ok but the CBSSN games aren't even reported, and chances are they are pretty low (otherwise I'm pretty sure they'd tell us how well they did).