Even though the Vikings missed the playoff's this season, Minneapolis has still landed in the Top 10 Best Cities For Football Fans. 


The new survey by WalletHub, released just in time for Sunday's Big Game between the Patriots and the Falcons, lists both the Best and Worst Cities for Football Fans. They looked at the 244 different cities across the country that have at least one professional or college team.

To compile the results, the survey considered 17 different factors, taking into account everything from ticket prices to fan friendliness. So who topped the list?

That would be Green Bay, Wisconsin, baby-- home of my Packers. (Go, Pack Go!) Meanwhile, Davidson, North Carolina (which I've never even heard of-- have you?) was on the bottom.

Back here in Minnesota, Minneapolis came in at a respectable #9 on the list. Which isn't too bad, if you ask me. I'd guess that the brand new US Bank Stadium, combined with both the Vikings and Gophers calling Minneapolis home, is what put Minnesota's largest city in the Top 10.

So where to the cities that feature those two teams playing on Sunday? Well, the Patriots' hometown of Boston is ranked 5th, while Atlanta, home of the Falcons, came in at #11.

You can read  just HOW they came up with these rankings HERE.

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