The Las Vegas Raiders haven’t been great at winning games this season, but according to a national survey of NFL fans, they’re one of the most annoying fanbases.
The Raiders are having a pretty underwhelming season as they sit second-to-last in the AFC West standings with a record of 4-7. They’re not looking anything like contenders, but they do have something going for them.
According to KTNV, a national survey of NFL fans ranked Raiders fans second in the country for “unsportsmanlike conduct.” They fall behind the Philadelphia Eagles.
This doesn’t come as a shock to many people as the Raiders are known to have quite a chaotic fanbase. Las Vegas can’t deny the fact that they have one of the most loyal fanbases behind them as they rally hard for them.
Even in times of struggle, fans remain loyal. The Raiders certainly need it as they enter a tough final stretch.
Raiders have an extremely tough final stretch of the season
Las Vegas will face the New England Patriots, San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs to end their season. These teams are extremely competitive, with the Chiefs looking like AFC favorites as the season starts to wrap up.
They’ll also face the Los Angeles Rams, which should be a tough matchup as they’re the defending Super Bowl champions, but they haven’t been good this season as they sit at the bottom of the NFC West with a 3-8 record. The Raiders aren’t doing much better, so the matchup could truly go either way and could be a difficult one considering the Rams’ success last season.
Luckily, Vegas have such a dedicated fanbase behind them ready to rally and annoy other fanbases in the process.