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Pretty accurate map depicting the amount of fans in each state

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I always think it's funny when they talk about how Steelers fans "travel well".

No, most of the Steelers fans at a Panthers game are a bunch of bandwagon hoppers that couldn't point out Pittsburgh on a map.

I really want one of the news channels to walk around with an unmarked map of the US and ask these Steelers fans to point to where Pittsburgh is...

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Well, they got the Saints territory right. Spent alot of time growing up in MS and they have MS on lock. I question Alabama, though. Based on the folks I know from there, I'd say its half Saints half Falcons.

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To those of you doubting this maps validity. It is simply a collection of statistics based off the number of "likes" a teams page has received. Because "more than 1 in 10 Americans have declared their support for an NFL team on Facebook" I would call this pretty reliable/valid data.

That being said, the map breaks down by county and does not give any information about 2nd/3rd etc. choices made. Pretty awesome visual if you ask me.

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^ that can't be right, only a select few louisianans can operate them thurr computin' machines

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falcons fans make that claim a lot-that the carolinas were "falcons country" before the panthers existed.

that's total bullshit. i didn't know a single falcons fan before we got the panthers. loads of cowboys and redskins fans but nobody gave a hot poo about the falcons because they sucked.

yep. i knew steelers, redskins, and cowboys fans....no falcon fans. braves? oh yeah, tons of them but the falcons were as popular as the hawks and by that i mean they were a laughing stock.

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Charlotte should be brown. I like how the Panthers have a little sliver of Carteret county.

A lot of that area is hidden from the Yankee's.

It's our some of our last free outposts of Southerness.

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To those of you doubting this maps validity. It is simply a collection of statistics based off the number of "likes" a teams page has received. Because "more than 1 in 10 Americans have declared their support for an NFL team on Facebook" I would call this pretty reliable/valid data.

That being said, the map breaks down by county and does not give any information about 2nd/3rd etc. choices made. Pretty awesome visual if you ask me.

It would be if I was not color blind.

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The area of Raiders fans in Idaho just made me giggle

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The NFC North teams should be commended for pretty much owning their entire states. I guess they have the benefit of being historic teams.

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A lot of that area is hidden from the Yankee's.

It's our some of our last free outposts of Southerness.

<<<plans invasion.

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