Falcons Fans In Top 6 NFL Fanbases Who Bet Most

Falcons Fans In Top 6 NFL Fanbases Who Bet Most
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The Atlanta Falcons will be entering with second-year pro, Desmond Ridder, as their newest starting quarterback in a potential franchise-defining chapter for the NFC South team. And with notable upgrades committed during this offseason, the Falcons have positioned themselves as a serious dark horse for their division’s title. 

Following a 7-10 campaign, the Atlanta Falcons approached a roster overhaul by selecting Bijan Robinson with the 8th -overall selection in this year’s NFL draft while bolstering their front defensive seven with veteran players, which includes Bud Dupree and Calais Campbell. The Falcons will plan to focus on the development of their young receiving core, led by Drake London and Kyle Pitts, with their new signal-caller. 

Currently, FanDuel is listing the Falcons Super Bowl odds as the 21st favorite with +5500 odds to win. However, their chances of clinching the division title appear to be much more promising. The Falcons’ division title odds stand at +220, trailing only the New Orleans Saints, who are +135 to secure the title. 

The Atlanta Falcons present enticing value for backers to bet on, especially since they play in what was considered last season’s weakest division in the entire league. Also, their roster improvements should be enough to convince their fanbase that they are on the right track to become a division-contending team.

NFL Fanbases Who Bet The Most

As a legit dark horse, expect the Atlanta Falcons fanbase to express their support by rallying behind their team and carrying the handle percentage for division and Super Bowl tickets, considering that it has been ranked inside the Top Ten NFL Fanbases that bet the most. But which other teams complete the list?

Rank Team Sports Betting User %
1 NY Giants 13%
2 Buffalo Bills11%
3 Arizona Cardinals 8%
T4 Chicago Bears 6%
T4 Dallas Cowboys 6%
T6 Carolina Panthers 5%
T6 NY Jets5%
T6Atlanta Falcons 5%
T9 LA Chargers 4%
T9 Green Bay Packers4%
T11Baltimore Ravens 3%
T11 Denver Broncos 3%
T11 SF 49ers3%
T11 Minnesota Vikings3%

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Dark-Horse Falcons Will Drive Ticket Demand

The Atlanta Falcons fanbase has a sports betting user rate of 5%, tied with the Carolina Panthers and the New York Jets, placing them among the top ten NFL fanbases that bet the most. 

Despite being located in a state where sports betting is currently unavailable and producing a lack of on-field success, the Falcons’ large sports betting user following proves that the franchise continues to steadily gain popularity. 

As a legit dark-horse contender for the NFC South title, the Falcons will certainly drive ticket demand. The Carolina Panthers, also featured on this list, are undergoing a comprehensive rebuilding phase after trading DJ Moore and selecting Bryce Young with the number-one pick this year. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers face the pressure of replacing Tom Brady while lacking roster depth. Therefore, the Falcons and Saints are the only NFC South teams that have found consistency in roster improvement to become the favorites to win the division. 

To no one’s surprise, all three “New York” teams join this list. The Giants lead all teams with a sports betting fan-user rate of 13%, while the Jets trail with a 5% user rate. This comes to no one’s surprise as they benefit from playing in New Jersey while being marketed as a New York team, which both states have legalized online sports betting. However, the Buffalo Bills are second with a user rate of 11%. 

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Felix Veletanga

Felix Veletanga is an experienced reporter who has covered local news, politics, and sports in Northern New Jersey, and now lends his expertise to the Georgia sports betting market. He previously covered the Saint Peter’s men’s basketball team’s 2022 NCAA Cinderella run for HudPost. Felix specializes in combat fighting and soccer betting analysis with a focus on the Premier League.

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