The Buffalo Bills haven't won 10 games in a season since the Clinton administration...and they haven't won a playoff game since the year O.J. Simpson was found not guilty of killing Nicole.
But Bills fans are notorious for LOSING THEIR MINDS while tailgating...and it might be because they're TOTALLY GETTING HOSED.
The site HomeToGo.com did a study to figure out how much it would cost fans to attend ALL 16 regular season games, for each NFL team.
That includes tickets, beer, hot hogs, transportation to the away cities, and accommodations in those places. So they look at each team's prices, AND the prices where their schedule will take them this season.
And after crunching all the numbers, they found that Buffalo Bills fans would shell out the most to attend all 16 games. It would cost roughly $7,991.15, which is a lot to watch a team go 6-10.
Here are the five most expensive teams to root for:
1. Buffalo Bills, $7,991.15
2. Houston Texans, $7,620.84
3. Oakland Raiders, $7,292.13
4. Detroit Lions, $7,082.55
5. Seattle Seahawks, $7,059.66
And the five LEAST expensive teams to root for are:
1. Washington Redskins, $4,469.26
2. Atlanta Falcons, $4,617.19
3. New York Giants, $4,744.39
4. Pittsburgh Steelers, $4,746.13
5. Cincinnati Bengals, $4,919.47
And since you're probably curious, Cleveland is right in the middle of the pack at #15. It would cost fans $5,732.31 to crisscross the country, following the Browns in their quest to actually win a game.
But on the plus side, at least you'd get out of Cleveland a few times. (Kidding! Cleveland is a wonderful city, which has a few things to offer . . . like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the World's Largest Rubber Stamp!)
Hit up HomeToGo.com for the full rundown.