Which of these two NFL players has the most fans?

Which of these two NFL players has the most fans?

July 7, 2021 Comments Off on Which of these two NFL players has the most fans? By admin

Sports Illustrated’s latest edition of the “Fan Power Rankings” ranks the top 10 NFL players according to the fans they have in their communities.

Here’s what we found: 1.

Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay PackersThe Green Bay QB leads all NFL quarterbacks in fans per game.

He also has the second-most fans per team.

The Packers are second in the league with a fan base of more than 27 million fans, according to CBS Sports.

He leads the league in points per game with 7.05, trailing only Russell Wilson.

2.

Matt Ryan, QB.

Atlanta FalconsThe Falcons’ QB is No. 1 on the list, trailing the New York Giants by 0.75 fans per home game.

3.

Matt Flynn, TE, Atlanta FalconsFlynn ranks No. 2 on the Fan Power Rankings, behind Russell Wilson, with 7,914 fans per season.

He is third on the Falcons with an average of 6.7 fans per seat, trailing Tom Brady, who is No, 2.

4.

Jameis Winston, QBFlorida State SeminolesThe Seminoles’ QB ranks No, 3 on the rankings, trailing Cam Newton, Eli Manning and Dak Prescott.

5.

Dak Prescott, QB Mississippi State BulldogsThe Bulldogs’ QB ranked No. 4 on the top-10 list, with 2,547 fans per games, trailing Brett Favre, Tom Brady and Jerry Rice.

6.

Philip Rivers, QB Los Angeles ChargersThe Chargers QB ranked fifth on the “Power Rankings,” behind Peyton Manning, Joe Montana and Joe Namath.

7.

Cam Newton (no longer with the Carolina Panthers)Newton was the No. 3 overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.

He was a three-time All-Pro and won three Super Bowls.

8.

Aaron Brooks, DE, Miami DolphinsThe Dolphins’ DE ranked fourth on the fan base, behind Adrian Peterson, Ray Lewis and Charles Woodson.

9.

Brian Urlacher, QB Chicago BearsThe Bears’ QB had the most fan bases in the NFL with 27,053 fans per year, and he also led the NFL in touchdown passes with 24.5.

10.

Matthew Stafford, QB Detroit LionsThe Lions’ QB was No. 10 on the chart, ahead of Andrew Luck, Ben Roethlisberger and Ben Tate.