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Americans love football. Although sometimes we put celebrities on a pedestal, at the end of the day, they are normal Americans too. And many of them love their football teams.

For 12 NFL teams, their celebrity fans still have a chance to hoist the Lombardi Trophy at Houston's NRG Stadium after Super Bowl LI. For Rooney and Kate Mara, who are related to both the owners of the Steelers and Giants, they have two chances to be in a victory parade (and thus why they are left out of the Steelers and Giants' sections of this article). Mark Wahlberg experienced that feeling two years ago when the Patriots won a title, and he is itching to have that experience again.

But which team has the best celebrity fan base? "Best" can be interpreted a number of ways. In our rankings, we weigh quantity and quality of celebrities, commitment to their team and class in victory or defeat. Sure, the Cowboys may have a lot of big names in their quarter, but how many actually care? We investigate.

12. Seattle Seahawks

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The Seahawks' fan base starts with Macklemore. From there, the team has a lot of catching up to do. The world's richest man, Bill Gates, is a Seahawks fan, as are Sir Patrick Stewart, Rainn Wilson, Chris Pratt, Anna Faris, Duff McKagan, Tim Lincecum and Joel McHale. Those are cool people. But also Macklemore.

11. Houston Texans

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George H.W. Bush's first congressional job was representing Texas' 7th district, which included Houston. The elder Bush president has always expressed a preference for Houston sports. As the Texans are the NFL's newest franchise, the rest of the fan base is thin. But the youth is promising. Jose Altuve, Simone Biles and Rico Rodriguez all showed up at Texans games this season.

10. Detroit Lions

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The most dedicated Lions fans are "Not Afraid." Eminem obviously leads Detroit's stampede, but he is complemented by Kid Rock, Big Sean and Aretha Franklin, who sung a five-minute national anthem on Thanksgiving this year. Tim Allen always made sure to rep his Lions in Home Improvement.

9. Miami Dolphins

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Like other Miami teams, the Dolphins are an easy pickup for bandwagon fans who want to root for a hip team in South Beach. Johnny Depp, Darius Rucker and Pitbull are all noted Dolphins fans. In 1999, a group of celebrities -- Fergie, Gloria Estefan, Emilio Estefan, Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Jimmy Buffett, Serena Williams and Venus Williams -- all took a piece of Stephen Ross's club. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, who played for the University of Miami, made himself a former Dolphin in Ballers. But the biggest name actually adopted the Dolphins within the last two years when his favorite player signed with Miami. Warren Buffett came to a Dolphins game in 2015 dressed in a Ndamukong Suh jersey and full pads to support his fellow Nebraska Cornhusker. The world's third-richest man showed up to another game this season in street clothes.

8. Atlanta Falcons

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The Falcons have all their fans screaming, "Yeah, yeah, yeah!" on their bye this weekend. Usher, Ludacris, Big Boi, T.I. and 2 Chainz are part of the Falcons' Atlanta hip-hop base. Samuel L. Jackson, Jeff Foxworthy, Evander Holyfield, Ty Pennington, Zac Brown, Kenan Thompson and former President Jimmy Carter say good-bye to the Georgia Dome this season. The late Craig Sager, a Chicago native, adopted the Falcons, while working as a broadcaster for Atlanta-based TNT.

7. Green Bay Packers

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Green Bay is about as far from celebrity country as one can go in the United States, but the aura of Lambeau Field has attracted a following. Lil Wayne's father went to Super Bowl XXXI in the Superdome, saw the Packers win and turned his family into cheeseheads. Meanwhile, actress Olivia Munn has adopted the Packers as part of her romantic relationship with Aaron Rodgers. Harry Styles, an Englishman, has a Packers tattoo. Justin Timberlake, Larry the Cable Guy, Erin Andrews, Ellen DeGeneres and Marisa Miller have also expressed Packers fandom in the past.

6. Kansas City Chiefs

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The Chiefs have a heavy comedy base with Paul Rudd, Rob Riggle, David Koechner, Jason Sudeikis, Eric Stonestreet and Eddie Griffin all hailing from Kansas City. Brad Pitt, who grew up in Springfield, Missouri, is less audible than the comedians, but he is a Chiefs fan nonetheless. The cast of celebrities in Kansas City may be small, but it is bold.

5. Oakland Raiders

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The Raiders are relevant again and so is The Black Hole. Ice Cube, MC Hammer, Carlos Santana, Tom Hanks and George Lopez will all be wearing black and silver this weekend. Tiger Woods, CC Sabathia, Larry King, Ken Jeong, Tyga and of course, Guy Fieri, also hail from Raider Nation.

4. New York Giants

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East Rutherford's original team has attracted some hardcore New Yorkers such as Tracy Morgan, 50 Cent, Spike Lee, Busta Rhymes, Lady Gaga, Alyssa Milano, Jon Bon Jovi and Jordin Sparks (whose father, Phillippi, played for the Giants). Adopted Giants fans also include Hugh Jackman and Daniel Radcliffe. Don't forget about Jerry Ferrara, who called Tom Brady out in his role as Turtle in Entourage. Big Blue unfortunately has to share its city with the Jets, who have Larry David, Kevin James, Adam Sandler and Denzel Washington on their side.

3. Dallas Cowboys

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The Cowboys are America's Team and this season, with the team winning 13 games for the first time since 2007, America's Fan Base has come back out in massive numbers. The Cowboys have fans from all walks of life. Former President George W. Bush, who once owned the Texas Rangers and unlike his father, adopted Dallas-area sports teams, is a fan, as are New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Entertainers Kelly Clarkson, LeAnn Rimes, Charlamagne Tha God, Chris Rock, Jamie Foxx, Demi Lovato, Kate Bosworth, Jenna Fischer, Eva Longoria, LL Cool J, Rob Lowe and Chace Crawford (brother-in-law of Tony Romo) all show support for the Cowboys on social media. Selena Gomez, a Grand Prairie native, wears the Lone Star. The Bachelor host Chris Harrison is also a vocal fan. The Cowboys' most notable fans may come in their athlete base. Chris Paul, Clayton Kershaw, Bryce Harper, Russell Westbrook, Allen Iverson, J.R. Smith, LaMarcus Aldridge, John Daly and even sometimes LeBron James have shown support for Dallas' football team.

2. New England Patriots

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Boston is the nation's capital for passionate, in-your-face sports fans. Mark Wahlberg, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, John Krasinski and Conan O'Brien are some of the biggest Massholes from New England. Steven Tyler, Maria Menounos, Chris Evans, Dane Cook, Aly Raisman and Dana White are more tolerable Patriots fans. The Patriots' most rabid fan actually adopted the team through her husband: Gisele Bundchen. Tom Brady's wife has been known to unconditionally take the deflater's side. Of course, we also cannot forget sports media's Patriots fans, which include Bill Simmons, Katie Nolan and Dave Portnoy (who was actually arrested for protesting Deflategate). Patriots fans are dedicated, but they are just too annoying to be No. 1.

1. Pittsburgh Steelers

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With their league-best six Super Bowl titles, the Steelers have attracted a fan base outside of Western Pennsylvania. For example, take Snoop Dogg, who recaps most games with candid social media posts, sometimes calling out rivals like Tom Brady. Seth Meyers grew up in Illinois and Michigan, but his father's Pittsburgh fandom was passed down and he claims to attend a game every year. Wiz Khalifa grew up in Pittsburgh, gained fame for "Black and Yellow" and wears the Steel City on his sleeve. Other members of Steeler Nation include Bret Michaels, Garth Brooks, Burt Reynolds, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jimmie Johnson, Rush Limbaugh, Sharon Stone, Verne Troyer, Hank Williams, Michael Keaton, John Grisham and Channing Tatum. The late Arnold Palmer was from Latrobe, an hour's drive east of Pittsburgh, and a lifelong fan. Steelers fans are committed, but tolerable, confident, but successful. And how about their class? Ariana Grande and Mac Miller eat carrots at games.

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