Rooting for a team like the Buffalo Bills can certainly lead one to drink.

The developers of the BACtrack Breathalyzer app spent the last six weeks studying the blood alchohol levels of NFL fans across the country, and according to the data collected, our neighbors to the west like to drink a lot. Bills fans had an average blood-alcohol level of .076 through the first seven weeks of the NFL season. This was the highest among all NFL fan bases.

The company used anonymous samples sent in by fans who were using the BACTrack app on their phone. The app works as a Breathalyzer.

The study took place between Sunday, September 13 and October 25, and only accepted samples sent in between 6 a.m. on Sunday and 5:59 a.m. on Monday.

BACtrack only used data collected from geographic locations that were hosting NFL games during the first seven weeks of the season.

Of course, there's a HUGE margin of error for a study like this, so take it with a grain of salt. But according to numbers, fans in Detroit, Philadelphia, Cleveland, and Phoenix also drink an awful lot.

Giants fans ranked #24 with a blood alcohol level of .033. The Jets were one of five teams not included in the study (which could be a good argument for those who say the study is BS)