Yes, for the sixth year in a row our very own Dallas Cowboys have been voted the most popular team in America, according to a poll conducted by Harris Interactive. How they have managed to hang on to that position for six years despite being a mediocre team is beyond me.

The rest of the top five includes Green Bay Packers, Denver Broncos, New York Giants, and New England Patriots, in that order. And apparently, Peyton Manning took all his fans with him to Denver. The Broncos jumped from seventeenth to third place. The Indianapolis Colts on the other hand fell from sixth to nineteenth.

Your other Texas team, the Houston Texans climbed from twenty-third to twenty-one, pretty good considering they weren't a team twelve years ago. Plus they placed way higher than the Jacksonville Jaguars who were voted the least popular team for the fourth year in a row, so that's good.

Rounding out the bottom five were Tennessee Titans, St. Louis Rams, Kansas City Chiefs, and Buffalo Bills. Harris Interactive have posted the complete poll along with all the statistical info you could ask for. You can check it out by clicking the button below.

 

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Let's not forget why they're really the most popular team in America.

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