Wellll not really. It's more of location than teams themselves.
Originally Posted by Golden_Latias
In most major sports leagues many of their teams are located in areas of the country with dense population. There are tons of people up in the Northeast; thus, more people to watch TV/go to a game. That's why there's so many pro teams up north to begin with. Same goes for California and Florida. Large Television markets.
This is why the NFL wants a team in Los Angeles. LA has one of the BIGGEST TV markets in the US.
Obnoxious fans exist with every sports team. You tend to notice them more when said team is winning because they have a reason to gloat about them.
And not really relevant to this per say, but the most valuable Franchises (coincidentally, these same teams draw a large amount of media and have ridiculous incomes) in the NFL are:
1. Dallas Cowboys
2. New England Patriots
3. Washington Redskins
All are worth well over a billion (the Cowboys are worth a little over 2 billion). Interesting little fact when paired with the TV market business if you ask me. There's a line to be drawn between the two.
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I am automatically racist and privileged. I make more money than you. I cannot grasp the concept of racism nor can I feel its effects because I am white, hence empathy is impossible for fair skinned folks like me. I am a bad person for being White. Shame on me! Thanks for teaching us so much about equality and prejudice, MLK!