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TAMPA, FLORIDA - DECEMBER 29: A Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan reacts against the Atlanta Falcons during the first half at Raymond James Stadium on December 29, 2019 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

WalletHub’s yearly rankings of Best and Worst Cities For Football Fans is out once again, and once again, the Tampa Bay area didn’t fare too well.  Even though tickets to a Buc’s game rank 5th cheapest in the NFL(which is a surprise since tickets in the 300 level cost me almost $100 a pop for the last game against Atlanta), it looks as if the overall ranking makes Tampa Bay one of the worst cities for football fans.  Can’t us Buc’s fans catch a break?  Check out the methodology on how we scored below.

2020's Best & Worst Cities for Football Fans

Adam McCann, Financial Writer Jan 27, 2020 For many people, football is far more than just a game: it's a sacred American tradition. These fans aren't just spectators but are also participants. They do more than just proudly wear a team's jersey, perfect game-day chili or tailgate with fellow fans.