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Pretty accurate map depicting the amount of fans in each state

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No redskins or cowboys fans in nc....

Man that would be awesome.

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also Hawaii looks to be one bigass state of bandwagoners...

like it went through a process of steelers , now the Packers, and slowly changing to 49ers lol...

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I got a chuckle with the Jets demographic

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And highly doubt Lee County, Alabama are Falcons fags

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Man that would be awesome.

I know eight personally. The worst part is they share my blood.

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Man look at Nebraska. Probably the most diverse.

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I got a chuckle with the Jets demographic

Yea the New York one is really skewed. I've lived here my whole life and its def not accurate. Everything North/West of Albany is Bills country, Giants are super popular from Albany down to Long Island and in New Jersey while the Jets are big in the city and sprinkled everywhere else.

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Well, this was Skins and Falcon country before Carolina.....not Steeler country.

Da fug? Falcons never had a claim here. Ever.

It was skins, dolphins, niners, cowboys.

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What I gather.. We need to cut off the excess fat known as Eastern NC.

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This is why there is so many Steeler fans..... Greedy bastards can't even share a trophy with us

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that early steelers franchise narrative of "it takes decades to build a winner" really rubbed off on panther fans on a local scale i guess

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