NFL's Most Loyal Fan Bases

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 5 years ago '05        #81
Saintaholic 86 heat pts86
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 Pistol Peter said:
saints and colt that high?

 08-15-2013, 05:46 PM         #82
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In our series of fan base analyses across leagues, we adjust for these complicating factors using a revenue premium model of fan equity. The key idea is that we look at team box office revenues relative to team on-field success, market population, stadium capacity, median income and other factors. The first step in our procedure involves the creation of a statistical model that predicts box office revenue as a function of the aforementioned variables. We then compare actual revenues to the revenues predicted by the model. Teams with relatively stronger fan support will have revenues that exceed the predicted values, and teams that under perform have relatively less supportive fan bases. We provide more details on the method here and here.


DUMB a.ss n*ggaS DONT READ. JUST LOOKED AT THE LIST TO SEE WHAT NUMBER THEY bi*ch a.ss TEAM WAS.
 5 years ago '05        #83
Saintaholic 86 heat pts86
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 Freaky Robber said:
In our series of fan base analyses across leagues, we adjust for these complicating factors using a revenue premium model of fan equity. The key idea is that we look at team box office revenues relative to team on-field success, market population, stadium capacity, median income and other factors. The first step in our procedure involves the creation of a statistical model that predicts box office revenue as a function of the aforementioned variables. We then compare actual revenues to the revenues predicted by the model. Teams with relatively stronger fan support will have revenues that exceed the predicted values, and teams that under perform have relatively less supportive fan bases. We provide more details on the method here and here.


DUMB a.ss n*ggaS DONT READ. JUST LOOKED AT THE LIST TO SEE WHAT NUMBER THEY bi*ch a.ss TEAM WAS.
 5 years ago '12        #84
ThePainkiller 356 heat pts356
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1,2,3

Dallas
Raiders
Browns
 5 years ago '05        #85
Saintaholic 86 heat pts86
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 ThePainkiller said:
1,2,3

Dallas
Raiders
Browns

This list is fu*king stupid. And the Saints fans didn't come out of the wood work until winning the superbowl.
FOH........Boxden is not the measuring stick for a loyal fanbase and you clearly didnt read the article.

In our series of fan base analyses across leagues, we adjust for these complicating factors using a revenue premium model of fan equity. The key idea is that we look at team box office revenues relative to team on-field success, market population, stadium capacity, median income and other factors. The first step in our procedure involves the creation of a statistical model that predicts box office revenue as a function of the aforementioned variables. We then compare actual revenues to the revenues predicted by the model. Teams with relatively stronger fan support will have revenues that exceed the predicted values, and teams that under perform have relatively less supportive fan bases. We provide more details on the method here and here.
 5 years ago '05        #86
Ezzzzz 1 heat pts
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 Kjizzle03 said:
if Oakland and the Browns aren't 1 and 2 list is flawed
 5 years ago '11        #87
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Foh with this bullsh*t list, a decade of disappointment and we haven't left
 5 years ago '09        #88
Baynut 5 heat pts
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49ers should be higher but overall...
 5 years ago '04        #89
doro85 2 heat pts
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Wow the Jags aren't last? Lmao


I'd say top 5 IMO
Cowboys
Bears
Packers
Saints
Buffalo
 5 years ago '07        #90
Jayceon 498 heat pts498
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fu*k is this?
 5 years ago '05        #91
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 Freaky Robber said:
In our series of fan base analyses across leagues, we adjust for these complicating factors using a revenue premium model of fan equity. The key idea is that we look at team box office revenues relative to team on-field success, market population, stadium capacity, median income and other factors. The first step in our procedure involves the creation of a statistical model that predicts box office revenue as a function of the aforementioned variables. We then compare actual revenues to the revenues predicted by the model. Teams with relatively stronger fan support will have revenues that exceed the predicted values, and teams that under perform have relatively less supportive fan bases. We provide more details on the method here and here.


DUMB a.ss n*ggaS DONT READ. JUST LOOKED AT THE LIST TO SEE WHAT NUMBER THEY bi*ch a.ss TEAM WAS.
Well with that bullsh*t study, it's no wonder the Cowboys are #1. Don't they have some super expensive tickets in the new stadium? People spending absurd amount of money because they have it =/= fan loyalty.




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 5 years ago '04        #92
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Jets

this sh*t is a job.
 5 years ago '12        #93
Mr Fujaveli 36 heat pts36
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the fu*k is this, we #17?! hahahahahaha
 5 years ago '07        #94
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"my team not at a certain number"

YEAH RIGHT
 5 years ago '07        #95
N.O.4Life 50 heat pts50
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them Saints
 5 years ago '04        #96
D.A.R.S. 5 heat pts
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The most loyal fans would be those of the worst teams in the league....That's a dumb fu*king list
 5 years ago '04        #97
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 ghettofied said:

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The NFL is America’s favorite professional sports league, but which of its teams has the most loyal and supportive fan base? This is not a straightforward question. A ranking based on attendance would be skewed toward teams that play in more populated metropolitan areas, and a ranking based on profitability or revenues would be biased in favor of teams that are currently enjoying more on-field success.

In our series of fan base analyses across leagues, we adjust for these complicating factors using a revenue premium model of fan equity. The key idea is that we look at team box office revenues relative to team on-field success, market population, stadium capacity, median income and other factors. The first step in our procedure involves the creation of a statistical model that predicts box office revenue as a function of the aforementioned variables. We then compare actual revenues to the revenues predicted by the model. Teams with relatively stronger fan support will have revenues that exceed the predicted values, and teams that under perform have relatively less supportive fan bases. We provide more details on the method here and here.

The top fan base was the Dallas Cowboys. Professor Lewis grew up a Steelers fan in the 1970s so this was a bit of a painful result. Professor Tripathi grew up as a Redskins fan, and is terribly disturbed by the results of the study. What are keys to the Cowboys’ ability to create a passionate and supportive fan base? We think it’s a long legacy of success, a football mad Texas culture and a state of the art stadium. Over the last three seasons (the time period used to calculate fan equity) the Cowboys have played sub .500 football but generated above capacity attendance (at least according to ESPN).

In positions two and three we have the New England Patriots and the New York Jets. New England has an all-around strong fan base, while the Jets are somewhat similar to the Cowboys in that they draw consistently well, regardless of the on-field product. In fourth and fifth place we have the New Orleans Saints and the New York Giants. The Saints are a more recent success story, but the team’s new success combined with limited professional sports options in New Orleans has created a very strong fan base. Two New York teams in the top five is an interesting result when viewed in relation to our college football fan base analyses. New York is (no surprise here) a pro sports town. As an aside, we will be interested to see how much value the Big Ten gains from acquiring a foothold in the NYC market starting in 2014.

At the more unfortunate end of the scale we have a bottom five of Detroit, Tampa Bay, Arizona, Atlanta and Oakland. Detroit, of course, suffers from a relative lack of on-field success and a struggling local economy. But we should note that our method does explicitly control for these factors. It may well be a matter of the Wolverines & Spartans winning the battle for fans against the Lions. Similarly, teams like Atlanta and Tampa Bay may suffer from being located in SEC territory.

We will continue this discussion next week so please check back.

Mike Lewis & Manish Tripathi, Emory University 2013.

Didn't read. List is trash. No WAY the Bears are 7. No way the Colts are in front of us. FOH! There aren't even hardly any Colts fans on BX as proof.

Waste of a thread. Someone post some bi*ches nekkid or somethin...
 5 years ago '05        #98
Saintaholic 86 heat pts86
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 D.A.R.S. said:
The most loyal fans would be those of the worst teams in the league....That's a dumb fu*king list
Lions should be top 3 then
 5 years ago '08        #99
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In my opinion I would have to say the most loyal fan base would have to be the Cleveland Browns. Now I know what your saying and no I'm not on crack. Ok Cleveland ain't been sh*t since Lebron left, but the love for the Browns has always been constant. n*ggas in Cleveland either Love the Browns or they love the thought of what the browns could be.

My team finally has a quaterback in his prime (delhomme) and old a.ss brandon weeden, and the fans are rallying around these guys and showing support as anybody would. When you talk about the browns, you must first start with the color brown. Brown represents dirt, and dirt is what america was built off of. As fans of this great team we understand that.

As of now were poised to lead our divison and earn our first playoff birth in years. We got rid of the scrubs and added tremendous talent on both sides of the ball. When you talk about loyalty, you must also mention DA BROWNS. were here to stay y'all n*ggas jusy came to play. Hard work, dedication. These are slogans upon which we browns fans live by.
 5 years ago '04        #100
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 Saintaholic said:
Lions should be top 3 then
I wouldn't disagree with this

But then again Veno be changing his fu ckin avy midway through the season so no

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