Confirming what commuters trying to merge onto I-90 have known for years, Clevelanders aren’t a beacon of behind-the-wheel courtesy. But the good news is a recent road-rage study focusing on 25 metropolitan areas found we were far from the worst. Instead, the survey — conducted by auto-discount club AutoVantage — found that Miami, New York and Boston top the list of boiling tempers (no surprise there) with Cleveland finishing an impressively distant 19th. Plus, out of all 25 cities, the study claims Clevelanders are the least likely to cut off other drivers without notice, slam on the brakes or run red lights. We’re guessing those researchers have never gone bumper to bumper in the driving free-for-all that is Browns post-game traffic.