On Sunday, the Green Bay Packers are set to square off against the Washington Redskins at a time when the Packers offensive firepower is a open question. That said, one thing that few people question is Green Bay's passionate fanbase.
According to recent data, residents of Green Bay lead the way when it comes to online sports viewing. They are tied with another city with a dynasty team: Pittsburgh, which won an ugly Wild Card game on Saturday against its AFC North rivals, the Cincinnati Bengals.
Ad tech company Ooyala analyzed viewership in the top 15 major NFL markets that represent the biggest rivalries in the sport. The results: San Francisco tops Seattle. New England beats New York. Philadelphia also beats New York. Pittsburgh crushes Baltimore. Oakland beats Denver. (See more below.)
To be sure, there were more online viewers in New York than any other market, but as a share of overall viewing, New York fared low when it came to sports. Residents there had a broader set of interests.