Posted October 02, 2018 09:16:18 There’s something to be said for the NFL team that has the fans of their franchise.
The Atlanta Falcons have a strong fan base, and that fan base has helped the team climb back into the NFL playoff picture.
Here are the 10 teams with the best fan bases.
Cleveland Browns The Cleveland Browns fans are among the top of the league in terms of loyalty.
In 2016, they had the highest level of fan loyalty in the league.
According to a 2017 study, the Cleveland Browns are one of only four teams to have the highest average annual fan loyalty for their first 10 seasons.
The team has a loyal following that’s grown over the years.
Fans of the team say they can’t wait for the 2017 season to begin.
In 2017, fans of the Browns were among the most engaged in the NFL during the season.
Fans spent more than $30 million on food and beverages, the highest amount in the history of the NFL.
They spent $11.7 million on tickets and merchandise, the second-highest amount of any team in the study.
Oakland Raiders Fans are loyal and loyal fans.
In fact, the team has the second highest level in the entire NFL in fan loyalty.
The Raiders are a perennial contender in the West Division, and fans of Oakland’s football team say it’s a great place to root for a team.
In 2018, fans spent more on food, beverages, and merchandise than any other team in all of sports.
They also spent nearly $12 million on merchandise.
San Francisco 49ers Fans have a long history of rooting for their team.
Fans from the Bay Area are loyal to the 49ers.
They are the team that is the most popular in the state of California.
They have the second largest fan base in the United States in terms and the second most in the world in terms.
Fans in the San Francisco Bay Area also are the most avid soccer fans in the country.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Fans are the number one team to have a loyal fan base.
Fans are highly engaged with their team and they say they’re going to cheer for their teams in every game.
In 2019, fans in Tampa Bay spent nearly three times more than any team from the United Kingdom, which was second.
They’re also the number-one team to get the most fans to the stadium.
Dallas Cowboys Fans have been loyal to their team since they were drafted in 1998.
They say they want to win, and they want it now.
The Cowboys have the fourth-most loyal fans in NFL history, behind only the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons.
In 2020, the Cowboys led all teams in fans spending.
They’ve been the most consistent team in terms in terms on their fan loyalty, and it’s been a long time coming.
Buffalo Bills Fans are passionate and passionate.
Fans say they are loyal.
Bills fans say they like the team, the fans, and the team’s future.
In 2021, fans had more loyalty to the Bills than any of the teams in the 2018 study.
They paid more than five times as much on merchandise than all of the other teams.
Oakland 49ers fans are passionate, but they’re not a true fan.
Fans who follow the team aren’t fans.
Fans don’t care about the team or the team culture.
Fans just like winning, which is why fans like the 49er team the most.
Fans have always been loyal, but fans have become more loyal over the last decade.
New Orleans Saints Fans are dedicated to winning.
Saints fans say that winning is their most important goal.
The Saints have been the team to build the franchise.
In 2022, fans from New Orleans spent more money on food than any teams in all the studies.
Denver Broncos Fans are excited and passionate, and are loyal in the long run.
Fans like to watch games, but also want to cheer on their team as they win.
In 2024, fans averaged more than four times as many tickets to the Broncos as all of other teams combined.
Green Bay Packers Fans are committed and passionate about their team, their city, and their players.
Packers fans say the team is built for success.
Fans spend $11 million on apparel and merchandise.
Washington Redskins Fans are motivated, and committed to winning a Super Bowl.
The Redskins have the third-most fans in a Superbowl era, behind the New York Giants and Atlanta Braves.
Fans were among a group of teams that spent more time watching a Super Sunday than any Super Bowl-winning team in history.
Tampa Jets Fans are fans of a great team.
Jets fans say fans should support the team and the organization, not just the team itself.
In the 2018-2019 study, Jets fans spent $5.4 million on items including tickets, merchandise, and apparel. 13.