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FanPulse shows Los Angeles Rams fans’ confidence plummeting

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Panic Week is real.

Los Angeles Rams v Tennessee Titan Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images

Welcome to SB Nation FanPulse — a survey of fans across the NFL, powered by SurveyMonkey. Each week, we send 32 polls to plugged in fans from each team. Los Angeles Rams fans, sign up HERE to join FanPulse.

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The Los Angeles Rams are riding their first two-game losing skid under Head Coach Sean McVay. If you thought the subsequent Panic Week™ was just an output from the TST Marketing Dept., my friend you were mistaken.

Our FanPulse confidence results have Rams fans’ confidence levels in the Rams plummeting all the way down to 49%. That puts Rams fans’ confidence at the 15th highest among all NFL fan bases, slightly ahead that of New York Giants fans over at Big Blue View who came in 16th at 40%. For reference, the Giants have won four of their last six games en route to a 5-9 record.

The only team with a better record than the 11-3 Rams is the 12-2 New Orleans Saints; over at Canal Street Chronicles, Saints fans are riding a 100% confidence crest. The other two 11-3 teams, the Los Angeles Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs, have fan bases with much higher confidence levels with just two games remaining. Chargers fans at Bolts from the Blue are at 88% while Chiefs fans over at Arrowhead Pride are at 85%.

Strangely though, there are three teams with fan bases’ confidence levels in the 90s.

The 10-4 Chicago Bears via Windy City Gridiron have fans’ confidence levels at 97%. The surging 8-6 Indianapolis Colts reported a 94% confidence level via Stampede Blue. And one team’s fans hit 97% despite a record of...




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That’s right. The Cleveland Browns’ fans at Dawgs by Nature are at 97%:

It’s a fickle thing, that confidence.

As always, thanks as always to the TSTers who are voting to give us the data each week! And for those of you interested, you can sign up here to vote.