The Least and Most Popular NFL Teams (According to Facebook)

Being an avid football fan before computers must have taken a lot of effort, with team and game information only available in the daily newspaper or in books and magazines from the library.

Nowadays NFL fans only have to mark their favorite football websites in their browser and every morning they can learn all the very latest information about their favorite team.

One such site with access to every NFL team’s news stories is Facebook, entrepreneur Mark Zuckerberg’s social networking baby turned informational grown-up, an online place where users can find communities of people who love the same things (and teams) that you do.

Here’s what we did…

We’ve accumulated and totaled the Facebook page likes of all thirty-two NFL teams’ and ranked them from most popular to least popular.

And just for fun, for each team we’ve added a few more tidbits of information (average stadium ticket price and home attendance) so you can get a better idea of how they rank in other areas of popularity, as well.

So below are all of the NFL teams ranked from least to most popular on Facebook – where does your favorite team fit in?

And which of your least favorite teams are more (or less) popular than your franchise?

Have fun comparing and contrasting your NFL team’s results with all the others – the results are mind boggling.

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First of all, here are the NFL averages

To give you an even better idea of where each team’s numbers stand, here are the NFL averages for the three main stats we used:

The average number of Facebook page likes for NFL teams: 2,845,376

The average home attendance per NFL team: 67,040

The average overall NFL ticket price: $100.26

All 32 NFL teams ranked by Facebook page likes

In the table below you will find all 32 NFL teams ranked according to how popular they are on Facebook. We’ve also included information on average ticket price and average home attendance for the sake of comparison.

You will also find a more detailed analysis of each team below, starting with the least popular NFL team on Facebook, the Jacksonville Jaguars, and finishing with the most popular NFL team on Facebook, the Dallas Cowboys.

RankTeamFacebook Page LikesAverage Ticket PriceAverage Home Attendance
1Dallas Cowboys8,638,901$112.0591,619
2New England Patriots7,038,351$127.0465,878
3Pittsburgh Steelers6,448,306$104.6063,456
4Green Bay Packers5,355,274$107.1277,834
5Denver Broncos4,303,503$103.0576,446
6San Francisco 49ers4,093,695$116.9869,148
7Chicago Bears4,039,262$111.1961,815
8New Orleans Saints4,028,273$90.1473,051
9Seattle Seahawks3,976,159$96.3669,001
10New York Giants3,904,242$115.3176,940
11The Oakland Raiders3,400,737$81.7557,919
12Philadelphia Eagles3,261,995$105.6969,696
13Carolina Panthers2,351,152$109.2273,772
14Baltimore Ravens2,291,177$115.1170,431
15Miami Dolphins2,277,960$86.3665,560
16Indianapolis Colts2,214,870$93.6259,199
17Houston Texans2,198,186$107.6771,804
18Minnesota Vikings2,180,658$99.7266,811
19Atlanta Falcons2,022,651$104.0872,898
20Washington Redskins1,939,237$117.1361,028
21New York Jets1,895,192$94.1677,982
22Detroit Lions1,886,076$92.5962,795
23The Kansas City Chiefs1,587,600$73.7675,972
24Los Angeles Chargers1,560,653$199.1032,768
25Arizona Cardinals1,465,632$83.5462,013
26Cleveland Browns1,287,512$66.3465,765
27Cincinnati Bengals1,164,567$78.6150,753
28Tennessee Titans946,134$78.1764,520
29Tampa Bay Buccaneers941,804$85.0754,356
30Buffalo Bills892,464$69.5364,961
31Los Angeles Rams826,737$110.7872,429
32Jacksonville Jaguars633,060$72.5466,674

32) Jacksonville Jaguars

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 633,060
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 66,674 (17th)
  • 5-year record: 26-54
  • Home stadium:  TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, FL
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank):  $72.54 (30th)

The 2018 Jacksonville Jaguars finished the season 5-11 and in fourth place in the AFC South.

One big concern of the Jaguars front office, including executive vice president of football operations Tom Coughlin, is with running back Leonard Fournette, whose maturity, commitment to football, conditioning, on-field behavior and production after the 2018 season has been called into question.

The other huge Jaguars problem continues to be with franchise quarterback Blake Bortles, whose lackluster season has caused the organization to lose faith in him as their team leader.

31) Los Angeles Rams

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 826,737
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 72,429 (10th)
  • 5-year record: 41-39
  • Home stadium: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, CA
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $110.78 (9th)

The 2018 Los Angeles Rams finished the season 13-3 and in first place in the NFC West.

Only one other team in the NFL won 13 games this season, and the Rams also went undefeated against divisional opponents, the result of exceptional play on both sides of the ball, including All-Pros like running back Todd Gurley and defensive end Aaron Donald.

The Rams are the NFC’s second seed in the 2018 playoffs.

30) Buffalo Bills

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 892,464
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 64,961 (21st)
  • 5-year record: 39-41
  • Home stadium: New Era Field in Orchard Park, NY
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $69.53 (31st)

The 2018 Buffalo Bills finished the season 6-10 and in third place in the AFC East.

Despite their losing record, there were several bright spots in Buffalo, one of them being their pass defense, which ranked first in the NFL after allowing opponents to throw for just 179.2 yards per game.

First-round draft pick Josh Allen often played like a rookie quarterback, regularly choosing to scramble for yards instead of hitting his second or third looks with a pass.

29) Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 941,804
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 54,356 (30th)
  • 5-year record: 27-53
  • Home stadium: Raymond James Stadium
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $85.07 (24th)

The 2018 Tampa Bay Buccaneers finished the season 5-11 and in fourth place in the NFC South.

After a losing season that included switches back-and-forth between the struggling franchise quarterback Jameis Winston and hot and cold backup Ryan Fitzpatrick, head coach Dirk Koetter was fired and a week later was hired by the Atlanta Falcons as their offensive coordinator.

Now coaching the Bucs is former Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians.

28) Tennessee Titans

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 946,134
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 64,520 (22nd)
  • 5-year record: 32-48
  • Home stadium: Nissan Stadium in Houston, TX
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $78.17 (28th)

The 2018 Tennessee Titans finished the season 9-7 and in third place in the AFC South.

The big factor this season keeping the Titans down were injuries, including a season-ending ankle injury to star tight end Delanie Walker in Week 1.

By Week 17, the Titans were also missing starting quarterback Marcus Mariota (stinger) and Pro Bowl defensive tackle Jurrell Casey (knee).

27) Cincinnati Bengals

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 1,164,567
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 50,753 (31st)
  • 5-year record: 41-37-2
  • Home stadium: Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, OH
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $78.61 (27th)

The 2018 Cincinnati Bengals finished the season 6-10 and in fourth place in the AFC North.

After finishing with a losing record for the third season in a row, owner/general manager Mike Brown fired head coach Marvin Lewis after 15 seasons.

The Bengals head coaching spot is currently listed as vacant, but there have been rumors circulating that the job may go to deposed Browns head coach Hue Jackson, who had been hired on by Lewis as a mid-season team assistant after departing Cleveland.

26) Cleveland Browns

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 1,287,512
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 65,765 (19th)
  • 5-year record: 18-61-1
  • Home stadium: FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, OH
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $66.34 (32nd)

The 2018 Cleveland Browns finished the season 7-8-1 and in third place in the AFC North.

While suffering through a mid-season head coaching and offensive coordinating change, rookie quarterback (and first overall pick in the 2018 draft) Baker Mayfield set an NFL record for touchdown passes thrown by a rookie (27).

Despite interim offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens’ lack of experience, he was made head coach by general manager John Dorsey in January based on his ability to get the best from his players.

25) Arizona Cardinals

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 1,465,632
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 62,013 (25th)
  • 5-year record: 42-37-1
  • Home stadium: State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $83.54 (25th)

The 2018 Arizona Cardinals finished the season 3-13 and in fourth place in the NFC West.

It only took one pathetic season for general manager Steve Keim to fire first year head coach Steve Wilks, and now the hope is that new head coach Kliff Kingsbury will find the secret to unlocking the NFL level talents of underperforming rookie quarterback Josh Rosen.

The other hope is to take advantage of the number one overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft that their losing season bought them.

24) Los Angeles Chargers

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 1,560,653
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 32,768 (32nd)
  • 5-year record: 39-41
  • Home stadium: Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, CA
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $199.10 (1st)

The 2018 Los Angeles Chargers finished the season 12-4 and in second place in the AFC West.

Despite finishing the season tied for best record in the AFC, the Chargers enter the postseason as a Wild Card road team since they lost a tiebreaker to the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Chargers are the AFC’s fifth seed in the 2018 playoffs.

23) The Kansas City Chiefs

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 1,587,600
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 75,972 (6th)
  • 5-year record: 54-26
  • Home stadium: Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $73.76 (29th)

The 2018 Kansas City Chiefs finished the season 12-4 and in first place in the AFC West.

Every bit of success that head coach Andy Reid’s Chiefs had in 2018 comes back to second-year quarterback sensation Patrick Mahomes, who threw for over 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns during the regular season.

The Chiefs are the AFC’s number one seed in the 2018 playoffs.

22) Detroit Lions

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 1,866,076
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 62,795 (24th)
  • 5-year record: 42-38
  • Home stadium: Ford Field in Detroit, MI
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $92.59 (21st)

The 2018 Detroit Lions finished the season 6-10 and in fourth place in the NFC North.

First-year head coach Matt Patricia took a hopeful Lions team that had gone 9-7 the previous two seasons and turned them into a disheartened 6-win franchise.

Detroit did end the season on a positive note by slaughtering the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau field 31-0 in Week 17.

21) New York Jets

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 1,895,192
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 77,982 (2nd)
  • 5-year record: 28-52
  • Home stadium: MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $94.16 (19th)

The 2018 New York Jets finished the season 4-12 and in fourth place in the AFC East.

Highly sought after rookie quarterback Sam Darnold started the season, got banged up and pulled from the lineup but then came back for the final loss-filled month of the season.

Four wins was apparently not enough for general manager Mike Maccagnan, who fired head coach Todd Bowles and replaced him with Dolphins fired head coach Adam Gase.

20) Washington Redskins

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 1,939,237
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 61,028 (27th)
  • 5-year record: 35-44-1
  • Home stadium: FedExField in Landover, MD
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $117.13 (3rd)

The 2018 Washington Redskins finished the season 7-9 and in third place in the NFC East.

However, six of those seven wins came when starting quarterback Alex Smith was under center.

Once Smith broke his leg in Week 11 against the Houston Texans, though, the Redskins’ season felt all but over and they never had a postseason chance.

19) Atlanta Falcons

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 2,022,651
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 72,898 (9th)
  • 5-year record: 42-38
  • Home stadium: Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $104.08 (15th)

The 2018 Atlanta Falcons finished the season 7-9 and in second place in the NFC South.

The Falcons failed to make the playoffs after achieving that the prior two seasons, including trip to the Super Bowl in 2016.

After a five-game losing slide, the Falcons wrapped up the season with a three-win run.

18) Minnesota Vikings

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 2,180,658
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 66,811 (16th)
  • 5-year record: 47-32-1
  • Home stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $99.72 (17th)

The 2018 Minnesota Vikings finished the season 8-7-1 and in second place in the NFC North.

That’s a poor finish for a team that was hoping to get to the Super Bowl with their upgraded $84 million quarterback Kirk Cousins.

Cousins put up good numbers in 2018 but just couldn’t get the wins.

17) Houston Texans

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 2,198,186
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 71,804 (11th)
  • 5-year record: 42-38
  • Home stadium: NRG Stadium in Houston, TX
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $107.67 (11th)

The 2018 Houston Texans finished the season 11-5 and in first place in the AFC South.

After starting the season 0-3, the Texans, led by quarterback Deshaun Watson, fought their way to the postseason with five fourth-quarter comeback wins in the regular season.

The Texans are the AFC’s third seed in the 2018 playoffs.

16) Indianapolis Colts

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 2,214,870
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 59,199 (28th)
  • 5-year record: 41-39
  • Home stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $93.62 (20th)

The 2018 Indianapolis Colts finished the season 10-6 and in second place in the AFC South.

Thought to be irrelevant after starting the season 1-5, the Colts, led by quarterback Andrew Luck, won nine of their last ten games to clinch a spot in the postseason.

The Colts are the AFC’s sixth seed in the 2018 playoffs.

15) Miami Dolphins

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 2,277,960
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 65,560 (20th)
  • 5-year record: 37-43
  • Home stadium: Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $86.36 (23rd)

The 2018 Miami Dolphins finished the season 7-9 and in second place in the AFC East.

Head coach Adam Gase was fired despite having to deal with the ongoing health issues of quarterback Ryan Tannehill and the ongoing mediocre play of his backup, Brock Osweiler.

Currently the Miami head coach spot is vacant.

14) Baltimore Ravens

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 2,291,177
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 70,431 (12th)
  • 5-year record: 42-38
  • Home stadium: M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $115.11 (6th)

The 2018 Baltimore Ravens finished the season 10-6 and in first place in the AFC North.

Their major successes came in the second half of the regular season once franchise quarterback Joe Flacco was replaced by scrambling rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson starting in Week 11.

The Ravens are the AFC’s fourth seed in the 2018 playoffs.

13) Carolina Panthers

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 2,351,152
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 73,772 (7th)
  • 5-year record: 46-34
  • Home stadium: Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $109.22 (10th)

The 2018 Carolina Panthers finished the season 7-9 and in third place in the NFC South.

After going 6-2 to start the season, the Panthers went on a seven-game losing streak that took them out of the playoff chase.

A shoulder injury to quarterback Cam Newton was a key factor in those losses.

12) Philadelphia Eagles

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 3,261,995
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 69,696 (13th)
  • 5-year record: 46-34
  • Home stadium: Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $105.69 (13th)

The defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles finished the 2018 season 9-7 and in second place in the NFC East.

Despite starting quarterback Carson Wentz’s season-ending back injury, backup quarterback Nick Foles was able to lead the team to four straight victories and into the postseason for the second season in a row.

The Eagles are the NFC’s sixth seed in the 2018 playoffs.

11) The Oakland Raiders

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 3,400,737
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 57,919 (29th)
  • 5-year record: 32-48
  • Home stadium (for 2018 only): Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $81.75 (26th)

The 2018 Oakland Raiders finished the season 4-12 and in fourth place in the AFC West.

At the beginning of the season, general manager Reggie McKenzie inexplicably traded away two of the team’s best players, defensive end Khalil Mack and wide receiver Amari Cooper, who both went on to star on playoff bound teams.

As a result, new celebrity head coach Jon Gruden never seemed to have a chance to field a winning ball club.

10) New York Giants

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 3,904,242
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 76,940 (4th)
  • 5-year record: 31-49
  • Home stadium: MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $115.31 (5th)

The 2018 New York Giants finished the season 5-11 and in fourth place in the NFC East.

Despite selecting the best athlete in the 2018 draft, running back Saquon Barkley, the Giants could not seem to move the ball effectively.

A big reason for that is franchise quarterback Eli Manning, who rarely looked good under first-year head coach Pat Shurmur.

9) Seattle Seahawks

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 3,976,159
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 69,001 (15th)
  • 5-year record: 51-28-1
  • Home stadium: CenturyLink Field in Seattle, WA
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $96.36 (18th)

The 2018 Seattle Seahawks finished the season 10-6 and in second place in the NFC West.

Head coach Pete Carroll brought the best out of a rushing attack that averaged 160 yards per game, ranked first in the NFL, while quarterback Russell Wilson set a career-high record number of touchdown passes (35).

The Seahawks are the NFC’s fifth seed in the 2018 playoffs.

8) New Orleans Saints

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 4,028,273
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 73,051 (8th)
  • 5-year record: 45-35
  • Home stadium: Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $90.14 (22nd)

The 2018 New Orleans Saints finished the season 13-3 and in first place in the NFC South.

Favored to win the Super Bowl since the start of the season, the Saints are the league’s most complete team, led by future hall-of-famer Drew Brees, who set a new NFL record for single-season completion percentage (74.4).

The Saints are the NFC’s first seed in the 2018 playoffs.

7) Chicago Bears

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 4,039,262
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 61,815 (26th)
  • 5-year record: 31-49
  • Home stadium: Soldier Field in Chicago, IL
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $111.19 (8th)

The 2018 Chicago Bears finished the season 12-4 and in first place in the NFC North.

As adequately as second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky played, the primary reason for the Bears’ success in 2018 was the defense, which forced turnovers, many of them by linebacker Khalil Mack, who had 12.5 sacks, six forced fumbles and an interception for a touchdown.

The Bears are the AFC’s third seed in the 2018 playoffs.

6) San Francisco 49ers

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 4,093,695
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 69,148 (14th)
  • 5-year record: 25-55
  • Home stadium: Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $116.98 (4th)

The 2018 San Francisco 49ers finished the season 4-12 and in third place in the NFC West.

Nothing went right for the 49ers once their new franchise quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo suffered a season-ending knee injury in Week 3.

The only upside to the 49ers losing season is that it earned them the number two pick in the upcoming 2019 NFL Draft.

5) Denver Broncos

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 4,303,503
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 76,446 (5th)
  • 5-year record: 44-36
  • Home stadium: Broncos Stadium at Mile High in Denver, CO
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $103.05 (16th)

The 2018 Denver Broncos finished the season 6-10 and in third place in the AFC West.

After earning back-to-back losing seasons for the Broncos for the first time since the 1971/1972 seasons, general manager John Elway fired head coach Vance Joseph, who was quickly picked up by the Arizona Cardinals as their new defensive coordinator.

Elway has hired Vic Fangio, coordinator of the Chicago Bears top-notch defense, as the Broncos’ new head coach.

4) Green Bay Packers

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 5,355,274
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 77,834 (3rd)
  • 5-year record: 45-34-1
  • Home stadium: Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $107.12 (12th)

The 2018 Green Bay Packers finished the season 6-9-1 and in third place in the NFC North.

After a 34-20 loss to the Arizona Cardinals in Week 13, long time head coach Mike McCarthy was fired and replaced with interim head coach Joe Philbin.

In January, Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur was hired as the Packers new head coach.

3) Pittsburgh Steelers

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 6,448,306
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 63,456 (23rd)
  • 5-year record: 54-25-1
  • Home stadium: Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, PA
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $104.60 (14th)

The 2018 Pittsburgh Steelers finished the season 9-6-1 and in second place in the AFC North.

Given the level of talent on this Steelers team, including veteran quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, it was an incredible disappointment to not see postseason play.

Two big factors in their lackluster season were holdout running back Le’Veon Bell and displeased wide receiver Antonio Brown.

2) New England Patriots

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 7,038,351
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 65,878 (18th)
  • 5-year record: 62-18
  • Home stadium: Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $127.04 (2nd)

The 2018 New England Patriots finished the season 11-5 and in first place in the AFC East.

The Patriots have made the postseason for the tenth season in a row despite, according to some experts, an overall lack of top-tier talent, aside, of course, from GOAT quarterback Tom Brady and quite a few others.

The Patriots are the AFC’s second seed in the 2018 playoffs.

1) Dallas Cowboys

  • 2018 Facebook page likes: 8,638,901
  • 2018 average home attendance (NFL rank): 91,619 (1st)
  • 5-year record: 48-32
  • Home stadium: AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX
  • 2018 average ticket price (NFL rank): $112.05 (7th)

The 2018 Dallas Cowboys, still considered by many as ‘America’s Team,’ finished the season 10-6 and in first place in the NFC East.

After a slow first half of the season, the Cowboys won seven of eight thanks to yard-gaining and clock-burning running back Ezekiel Elliott.

The Cowboys are the NFC’s fourth seed in the 2018 playoffs.

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