A recent study revealed what we Cowboys fans have always known.

Professor Michael Lewis of Emory University's Goizueta School of Business ranked every NFL team’s fans from best to worst using three tools for evaluation: fan equity, social equity and road equity.

The Cowboys ranked highly in all three categories, topping the list in fan equity, which measures how much fans are willing to spend.

Patriots fans came out on top in social equity, which measures how much fans engage in social media communities.

Fans of the Eagles were at the top of the list in road equity, measured by fan attendance at away games.

The head-scratcher of the study, in my opinion, is the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs are known for having a loyal fanbase, but they came in at next to last on the list.

The Rams fans were ranked dead last, which isn't surprising, seeing as they struggle to fill the seats in The Coliseum – even when they make the playoffs.

Here’s the full list of rankings:

1. Dallas Cowboys
2. New England Patriots
3. Philadelphia Eagles
4. New York Giants
5. Pittsburgh Steelers
6. Green Bay Packers
7. Denver Broncos
8. Chicago Bears
9. San Francisco 49ers
10. New Orleans Saints
11. Washington Redskins
12. Indianapolis Colts
13. Atlanta Falcons
14. Miami Dolphins
15. Seattle Seahawks
16. Carolina Panthers
17. Oakland Raiders
18. Baltimore Ravens
19. Buffalo Bills
20. New York Jets
21. Houston Texans
22. Detroit Lions
23. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
24. Minnesota Vikings
25. Arizona Cardinals
26. Los Angeles Chargers
27. Cleveland Browns
28. Cincinnati Bengals
29. Jacksonville Jaguars
30. Tennessee Titans
31. Kansas City Chiefs
32. Los Angeles Rams