For the Sixth Year in a Row, the Dallas Cowboys Are America's Favorite Football Team
No one gives Dallas Cowboys fans any credit, but we've got to. The team has been rough for years now . . . and the fans who adopted them during their glory years are still around.
Harris Interactive just released the results of their annual survey on the most popular teams in the NFL, and the Dallas Cowboys came out number one for the sixth year in a row. The Cowboys have been number one or number two every year for the past decade.
The rest of the top five are the Green Bay Packers, Denver Broncos, New York Giants, and New England Patriots.
The Broncos jumped from 17th to 3rd place now that PEYTON MANNING is there. And the Indianapolis Colts have dropped from 6th to 19th place since Peyton left.
The Jacksonville Jaguars were the least popular NFL team for the fourth year in a row. The rest of the bottom five are the Tennessee Titans, St. Louis Rams, Kansas City Chiefs, and Buffalo Bills. (Harris Interactive) (You can see all current and historical popularity rankings here.