(KTLA) — All soccer fans out there. While rooting for your favorite team, another fan starts getting more attention than the action on the field.
Maybe they’re drunk, heckling a player or official, or challenging another fan to a fight (or all three).
Want to avoid such behavior? NJ.Bet has you covered.
Last month, the website polled 1,150 NFL fans and ranked each fanbase based on rudeness. Where is your team ranked?
Perhaps unsurprisingly to many, the Philadelphia Eagles took home the most disrespectful fan base. After all, they’re the same supporters who threw snowballs at Santa Claus and cell batteries at their own players, confirmed by the coach whose team won the Super Bowl.
But the biggest complaint of Eagles followers? Too many fights to start. The same goes for the Las Vegas Raiders in second place. The Dallas Cowboys clearly have “too many heckles.”
The Jacksonville Jaguars, on the other hand, were great.
The Los Angeles team did pretty well in this regard, but one member of the Rams organization was called light-skinned.
Coach Sean McVay comes in at number 7 on our list of most offended coaches.
Coach with the thinnest skin? New England Patriots Bill Belichick was the player most likely to be offended by his Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB (former longtime Patriot) Tom Brady, according to a study.
Adding to New England’s predicament, Patriots fans tended to mock opposing teams, with the fans earning a spot for the fourth rudest supporter.
If rudeness rubs you the wrong way, you might want to avoid Gillette Stadium altogether.