Which NFL team has the best fan base?
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about a franchise with a loyal fanbase, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The franchise has won 11 games in a row and is the best-selling team in the NFL, and that’s a huge accomplishment.
The Bucs are one of the few teams in the National Football League to sell out every home game.
And they have a fan base that is a lot larger than that.
Fans in Tampa Bay are a diverse bunch: There are a lot of people who aren’t fans of football, but still support the team.
There are fans of other sports who are fans.
There’s even fans of the Tampa area who are also passionate fans.
When I wrote that piece, I didn’t realize that fans of each of those sports can be fans of one another.
The fans of these two sports are so close, they even get along.
The Tampa Bay fans, in general, are a bit of a strange breed.
You can get along with them, but you have to be willing to make the first move.
That’s a tough concept to grasp when you are talking about a team with the reputation for fanbases.
But the fans of both sports have a lot in common.
The Tampa Bay and Philadelphia fans are both about as loyal as it gets.
The Philadelphia fans have a much smaller fanbase than the Tampa fans.
The fan bases are a little more geographically dispersed, but they’re also very different.
The Buccaneers fan base is more diverse than the fans in the two sports.
They are from a smaller area, and they’re not a part of a major city.
The Pittsburgh fans are a big chunk of the Pittsburgh metro area.
The Philadelphia fans aren’t the biggest fans of their team.
The NFL has a lot to work with when it comes to fanbasing.
The teams that have a larger fan base are the ones that have the biggest impact on how the teams do in the marketplace.
In a recent survey, the league said that fans in their cities are significantly more likely to go to games and buy tickets to games than their counterparts in the other sports.
It’s important to note that this is just a survey of the average NFL fan, and it doesn’t include people who are interested in the Tampa and Philadelphia sports, but don’t like their team or aren’t interested in football.
There is also a small portion of the population that is not a fan of either of the sports.
There are a few caveats to this survey.
First, it’s based on a survey.
People who have not purchased tickets to any of the games can’t participate in this survey, but those who have purchased tickets can still take a look at it and comment on it.
Second, the survey only included fans who have watched the games.
It doesn’t count fans who aren