New research from Gambling.com into social media posts over the past year has revealed which NFL fans are thought of as the most annoying in the league.
The results revealed that Dallas Cowboys fans are the most annoying fans in the league, with there being over 15,000 social media posts made over that past year describing them as the most irritating fans in football!
Philadelphia Eagles fans and Buffalo Bills fans claim second and third place when it comes to grinding the gears of other NFL Fans, with each fanbase receiving 13,700 and 12,300 posts over the past year, respectively.
Over the course of a season, there can be many fanbases that annoy the rest of the league’s fans for a multitude of reasons. Whether it be by gloating after a fortuitous win or by complaining too much after a bad decision, every fanbase does this to an extent, causing other fans to take to social media to vent their frustration with that fanbase.
Because of this, Gambling.com decided to utilize Linkfluence to analyze the total amount of social media posts that have been made over the past year in which each fanbase is referred to as “annoying” in order to reveal the Most Annoying Fans in the NFL.
The following table ranks every team in the NFL in order of highest number of posts:
|Number of posts
|Kansas City Chiefs
|Green Bay Packers
|New York Jets
|New York Giants
|New Orleans Saints
|San Francisco 49ers
|New England Patriots
|Las Vegas Raiders
|Los Angeles Chargers
|Los Angeles Rams
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The research shows that Cowboys fans are deemed to be the Most Annoying Fans in the NFL, with a total of 15,200 social media posts made in the past year describing them as annoying. Eagles fans and Bills fans claim second and third place with 13,700 and 12,300, respectively, with Chiefs fans in fourth place and Packers fans in fifth.
At the other end of the table, Jaguars fans appear to be the least annoying set of fans in the NFL, with just 210 posts made in the past year describing them as annoying, followed closely by Bucs fans in second from last place and Commanders in third from last place.
The data was gathered using the social media listening tool Linkfluence by analyzing the total amount of posts made, which included the word “Annoying” along with the fans of each team in the same post.