Although baseball, soccer, hockey, and basketball teams do appear on the top 25, the names of NFL teams show up most often (“eagles,” “steelers,” “cowboys,” “raiders,” “packers,” “giants,” “redskins,” “dolphins”). So if you know you work in an office full of football fans, urge them to enhance their passwords (especially if the local team is in the NFC East division).
Every week another large company has a data breach. One way to help protect your accounts is to have a different password for every account. This is HARD to do!
A password manager is a great way to have one master password and then have your others in an encrypted vault that travels with you between phones, browsers, etc.
Create an account and install the browser extensions or try the full Windows client. Then save a few passwords to it, and generate a new and difficult password for them.