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 Dallas Cowboys have the Highest Overall Following in the NFL.
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The Cowboys have the Highest Overall Following on Social Media

On totals of overall following the Dallas Cowboys can officially say they are ‘Social Media’s Team.’ The Cowboys total following of 14.1 million fans is impressive, to say the least. The Bengals hold true to the individual rankings, coming in at 27th place with 2.26 million fans overall. The Jaguars have the lowliest fan base on social media with 1.35 million across the three platforms. Here is a look at the totals for all three platforms:

  1. Cowboys – 14,119,000
  2. Patriots – 13,015,000
  3. Steelers – 10,324,000
  4. Packers – 8,643,000
  5. Seahawks – 8,014,000
  6. Broncos – 7,803,000
  7. 49ers – 7,166,000
  8. Giants – 6,911,000
  9. Bears – 6,220,000
  10. Eagles – 5,988,000
  11. Panthers – 5,978,950
  12. Saints – 5,906,000
  13. Raiders – 5,591,000
  14. Texans – 4,614,000
  15. Falcons – 4,488,000
  16. Ravens – 4,246,000
  17. Dolphins – 3,793,000
  18. Jets – 3,624,190
  19. Colts – 3,612,000
  20. Redskins – 3,591,000
  21. Lions – 3,575,000
  22. Vikings – 3,493,000
  23. Chiefs – 2,975,000
  24. Cardinals – 2,764,000
  25. Chargers – 2,715,000
  26. Browns – 2,609,000
  27. Bengals – 2,264,000
  28. Bills – 1,967,000
  29. Buccaneers – 1,901,000
  30. Titans – 1,789,000
  31. Rams – 1,678,000
  32. Jags – 1,352,000

Looking at the Bengals’ numbers, a lot is left to be desired here among followings. However, it’s not easy to compare to other NFL franchises that have won multiple Super Bowls. But the team has to do something positive on the field so we can get past the perception that the Bengals have one of the worst fan bases in the NFL.

Next: Joining History

The Bengals can grow the fan base more as long as it continues to put a winning product on the field, and hopefully, one day win its first Championship. But let’s hope this year the Bengals can get its first playoff win in more than two decades. Baby steps, people. Baby steps.

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