The fans are the NFL‘s lifeblood.
They are the ones who made football games among the most-watched sporting events among American audiences.
If not for them, Super Bowl LVI wouldn’t have an average audience of 112.3 million.
The die-hard followers also engage in conversations that keep their team active in news cycles even in the offseason.
The blogs and the podcasts they generate foster a community that will devote its energy to cheer for its squad.
Their stories of embracing fandom may differ but the team makes them a part of a group that shares their passion.
However, fans can also take their emotions over the top, resulting in heckling the other team’s players and physical altercations.
Yet despite the possibility of violence during games, YouTuber and Downtown Rams CEO Jake Ellenbogen named the nicest fanbases in the NFL based on his interactions.
Genuinely speaking. The top 5 nicest fanbases in the NFL I’ve interacted with:
— JAKE ELLENBOGEN (@JKBOGEN) June 28, 2022
Breaking Down The List Of Nicest NFL Fanbases
There’s some sort of a bias that he named the Los Angeles Rams fans as the nicest in the league.
After all, he is a part of that demographic.
However, it is uncertain if the Rams have a solid fanbase in the City of Angels, especially when the San Francisco 49ers come to play.
The supporters of their division rival tend to fill most seats and cheer louder than the home team.
Meanwhile, Pittsburgh Steelers fans could be the quintessential class act because they are accustomed to winning.
If your current head coach hasn’t had a losing season, you wouldn’t be too hard on the squad because they will find a way to win.
Finally, the fanbases of the other three teams on his list are nice maybe because of their team’s poor performance.
The New York Jets, New York Giants, and the Detroit Lions haven’t had much success in recent years, giving their fans nothing to brag about.NEXT: Darren Waller Shares Intriguing List Of The NFL's Top Tight Ends