The following is an article about a national survey of the top teams for fans, taken from ESPN.com and printed in their magazine.
I have expressed my dissatisfaction with Fed Ex field in a post with Skin Patrol, and I agree with their article for the most part. I'm not big into survey's because I think they're flawed and I always wonder where/ how they come about their findings.
As I said I agree with the article when it talks about Fed Ex but I think they forgot to hit on some of our positives. There are 9 diffrent criteria the use to reach a ranking a top team. A few of these I think we do well in.
Ownership: We all can agree than Snyder has made mistakes, but it's of my opinion that there are few owners out there that want to win more. I hate all the high ticket prices, but those are not his fault. That blame goes to the rich who own multiple sets of tickets and go on eBay/ StubHub and rake it in.
Fan Relations: If based on gameday experiance, then I agree. Other then that, there's no Redskin fan I've ever heard being called a "bandwagoner". We are some of the smartest, and loyal fans in the league because all other types of crappy fans left a long time ago.