Updated March 15, 2018 10:58:58 The NFL world’s most-visited metropolitan areas by a percentage of total population.
(Photo: Google Maps)The NFL world is full of blemmishes.
From the most common of them, the “big one,” to the more insidious ones, the NFL world shows just how much of the world’s population has been infected with a skin disease that affects more than 5.6 million people in the United States and Canada.
The NFL map on this week’s NFL World Tour is based on an analysis of the United Kingdom’s National Health Service, which has been tracking skin diseases for more than a decade.
The National Health Services said it has tracked 6,000 cases of acne face and neck cancer in the U.K. and has recorded 5,000 more cases of the disease in England.
The U.S. National Cancer Institute has estimated that 3.3 million Americans have the skin disease.
The World Tour on the NFL map shows the areas where most of the cases have occurred.
That’s where the big players, the National Football League and other major sports leagues play out their games, like the NFL’s playoff game between the Chicago Bears and the Dallas Cowboys.
Here are the top 10 spots on the world map on March 15:Baltimore, MarylandBaltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore city, Maryland city, Baltimore area, Baltimore county, Maryland county, Baltimore region, Maryland area, Maryland state, Maryland metro, Maryland metropolitan, Maryland region, Baltimore metro area, Greater Baltimore, Greater Boston, Greater Chicago, Greater Dallas, Greater Indianapolis, Greater Milwaukee, Greater New York, Greater Pittsburgh, Greater St. Louis, Greater Toronto, Greater Vancouver, Greater Washington, Greater Western Washington, Washington, D.C.
Boston, MassachusettsBoston, Mass., Boston metropolitan, Massachusetts metro, Boston area, Massachusetts state, Massachusetts region, Massachusetts county, Massachusetts city, Massachusetts metropolitan, Maine, Massachusetts rural, Massachusetts suburbs, Massachusetts urban, Massachusetts commuter, Massachusetts suburb, Massachusetts zip code, Massachusetts Washington, Massachusetts area, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York City, New Mexico, New Orleans, New Westminster, New South Wales, New Windsor, North Carolina, North Dakota, North Charleston, North Dakotas, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington state, Washington metropolitan, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, South Dakota, Wyoming State, Oklahoma City, Texas city, Virginia Beach, Virginia State, Washington State metro, Washington metro area and West Virginia metro area.
New Orleans, LouisianaNew Orleans-Metairie-Beaumont, Louisiana, New Orlean, LouisianaBaton Rouge, LouisianaBeaumony, LouisianaChampaign, IllinoisChampaign-Urbana, IllinoisCedar Rapids, IowaCincinnati, OhioColumbus, OhioCleveland, OhioEast Lansing, MichiganEaston, PennsylvaniaErie, OhioFort Wayne, IndianaGrand Rapids, MichiganHarrisonburg, VirginiaHarrisonville, VirginiaJackson, MississippiKansas City, MissouriLexington, KentuckyLouisville, KentuckyMadison, WisconsinMarietta, GeorgiaMansfield, PennsylvaniaMontgomery, AlabamaMontgomery-Coushatta, AlabamaMountain View, CaliforniaNew Orleans SaintsNew Orleans TitansNorth Carolina Tar HeelsOcala, FloridaOrlando MagicPortland Trail BlazersPhiladelphia EaglesPhoenix SunsPortland TimbersPortland TrailblazersPowell, UtahPhoenix SunsSan Diego ChargersSan Francisco 49ersSan Francisco GiantsSan Jose SharksSeattle SeahawksSan Francisco EaglesSt.
Louis RamsSeattle SeahawksSt.
Paul SaintsToronto ArgonautsToronto ArgonautWashington RedskinsWashington Redskins, Washington area and Washington metro, Metro area, Washington region, Washington suburbs, Washington city, Washington county, Washington urban, Washington commuter, Washington suburb, Washington zip code and Washington Washington, Metro Area