Found July 25, 2012 on Helmet2Helmet:
The Cowboys may be America’s Team, but the Patriots have earned the distinction in the Far East. According to the team’s Facebook page — no doubt a terrific source of information — a new study has shown that the Pats, by a wide margin, are China’s most popular NFL team, besting the Packers for the honor. Rounding out the top 10 are the Steelers, Giants, Saints, Colts, Cowboys, 49ers, Ravens, and Eagles. New England received 27.2% of the vote, nearly doubling Green Bay’s 14.8%. Pittsburgh was a close third with 13.0%. (No need to Google Translate; it means ‘congratulations.’)
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