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Jaguars are least popular team in NFL for fifth year in a row

For the past four years, the Jaguars have ranked as the least popular team in football. Now, they're tied with another team for last place -- the Tennessee Titans.

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Even with pools, scoreboards, and a charismatic owner, the Jacksonville Jaguars are still the least popular team in the NFL for the fifth year running.

According to Harris Interactive, who surveyed 2,543 adults between September 10-17, the Jaguars tied with the Tennessee Titans for last place among respondents' favorite teams. The Oakland Raiders were just above them at No. 30.

It's surprising to see, however, who topped the list. The Dallas Cowboys are no longer America's Team, as they moved out of the No. 1 spot for the first time since 2007. Who took their spot at the top? Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.

The highest the Jaguars have ever gotten was No. 19 in 1998.

To see the questions asked and a full listing of all teams, visit Harris Interactive's website here.