Cleveland Browns fans are known for their passion and die-hard ways, and researchers at WalletHub say the numbers don’t lie.
Cleveland ranked 28th in WalletHub’s list of the best and worst football cities in America.
Green Bay, Wisconsin ranked No. 1 overall, followed by Clemson, South Carolina and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
WalletHub compared 245 of the largest U.S. cities based on 18 metrics ranging from number of NFL and collegiate football teams to average ticket prices.
Bowling Green, Ohio ranked 38th, Cincinnati ranked 56th and Toledo followed at 58th
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