Where do the Bengals rank in social media following in the NFL?

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Nov 29, 2015; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) celebrates with fans after defeating the St. Louis Rams at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals won 31-7. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 29, 2015; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) celebrates with fans after defeating the St. Louis Rams at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals won 31-7. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports /
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The Patriots are the most followed team on Twitter.
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The Patriots are the Most Followed on Twitter

As a recurring theme here, the most followed teams on social media either have multiple Super Bowl victories or have won in the past 10 years. In this case, the Patriots top the list again as the most followed team on Twitter. The Pats are the only team with more than 3 million followers, which is rather impressive. The Bengals’ 730,000 followers rate among the league’s lowest at 27th on the list. And the Jags are the lowliest team again, with just 459,000 followers. Here is the complete list:

  1. Patriots – 3,400,000
  2. Cowboys – 2,970,000
  3. Steelers – 2,310,000
  4. Broncos – 2,260,000
  5. Panthers – 2,190,000
  6. Eagles – 1,990,000
  7. Seahawks – 1,940,000
  8. Packers – 1,800,000
  9. Falcons – 1,750,000
  10. 49ers – 1,660,000
  11. Giants – 1,540,000
  12. Texans – 1,480,000
  13. Bears – 1,460,000
  14. Ravens – 1,160,000
  15. Saints – 1,140,000
  16. Lions – 1,140,000
  17. Jets -1,130,000
  18. Raiders – 1,060,000
  19. Redskins – 1,020,000
  20. Chiefs – 877,000
  21. Browns – 877,000
  22. Vikings – 859,000
  23. Colts – 847,000
  24. Dolphins – 833,000
  25. Cardinals – 753,000
  26. Bills – 736,000
  27. Bengals – 730,000
  28. Buccaneers – 659,000
  29. Chargers – 654,000
  30. Titans – 572,000
  31. Rams – 494,000
  32. Jags – 459,000
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