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I need to get involved with NFL again, but need to choose a team. Was always a Dan Marino Miami Dolphins shirt wearing kid, but need some advice.

 

Which team is it worth following? Thinking about going down to Wembley to watch a game - anyone done it? Any help welcomed. Could just stick with the Dolphins and get tickets off Stub Hub for their game against New York Jets the day after the QPR game.

 

Which are the Liverpool/Man Utd of the NFL world to avoid?

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Jacksonville are being touted as a potential British franchise.

 

They're fairly shit and their fans are only half arsed.

 

Perfect fit for any Bolton fan.

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Why feel the need up get involved? It's the football season and the rugby World Cup is imminent.

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Crossing another sport off with sport mad 15 year old. And I don't like rugby.

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Steelers fan here.

 

NFLUK.com has a little quiz to help pick your team.

 

Dallas cowboys are the liverpool of the league, massive club but without recent championships to back up the swagger.

New England Patriots are the chelsea, win plenty through questionable methods.

Raiders are Leeds large fan base but really shit.

New York Giants are probably united , massive following and usually around the playoffs.

New York Jets are Newcastle in always managing to find new ways to fuck things up year after year.

anymore from other NFL fans?

 

Bolty is a Green Bay Packers fan, Garrp is a New Orleans Saints fan.

 

The london games are a good day out, the detroit game looks likely to be the closest contest of the 3 this year.

 

NCAA college football on ESPN is a fun watch too.

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Just put all the teams in a hat and pick one.

 

If it's the Cowboys, pick again though.

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Washington Redskins for me. Really got into them during the Joe Theismann era when C4 first started showing the games.

 

Always has a soft spot for the Seahawks as well

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Just found a which team should I follow on NFL-360 and its either the Pittsburgh Steelers or Carolina Panthers.

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Spider is reet, dont go with the Cowboys, bunch of cunts to a man. Great stadium though.

 

I'm a Giants fan, due to living in NJ for a time, they were just up the road, seen some success with them, but it isn't all glory.

 

Have a soft spot for the Bears, and the Saints.

 

As others have said, the London matches are a great start for getting into the whole thing, I started going with the London Monarchs games and try to catch them over here as often as I can. Cant beat it in the states for a tailgate before the game, especially somewhere nice like Tampa.

 

They are planning on having London games at Tottenham when they have done up their ground, so if they stop using Wembley getting tickets will be a nightmare. 

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I need to get involved with NFL again, but need to choose a team. Was always a Dan Marino Miami Dolphins shirt wearing kid, but need some advice.

 

Which team is it worth following? Thinking about going down to Wembley to watch a game - anyone done it? Any help welcomed. Could just stick with the Dolphins and get tickets off Stub Hub for their game against New York Jets the day after the QPR game.

 

Which are the Liverpool/Man Utd of the NFL world to avoid?

 

 

clown - listen to me. If you despise the mega-rich, Man U/Chelsea/Citeh domination scenario then select an NFL team which is not owned by some filthy rich mega billionaire who could uproot the club at any time and move it to East Buttfuck, Indiana.

 

There is only one. It has the tradition, the record and the total devotion of the town whose name it proudly promotes. The club is owned by 70,000 of the towns residents - it is never going anywhere. So glorious is this club that the Superbowl trophy bears the name of the greatest NFL coach who ever lived who just happened to coach them to the first two Superbowl victories.

 

The Green Bay Packers. Every chance of adding another Superbowl to their previous 4 in this coming season.

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The Packers are a socialist cooperative. So bolty is a secret lefty at heart.

 

;)

 

 

You've never been to Wisconsin have you? Trust me - conservative with a giant C. Follow the giant golden G - you know it makes sense.

 

 

 

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'choosing' an nfl team all seems a bit like an irish fella choosing united or some fella in singapore choosing liverpool

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'choosing' an nfl team all seems a bit like an irish fella choosing united or some fella in singapore choosing liverpool

 

Or Big E choosing a team in which ever sport tickles his fancy this week

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Noted that Green Bay is Bolty's team and had a quick look at where it was on the map. Imagine my surprise when I saw the next towns along Route 57 from it are Benderville and Dyckesville. Coincidence? I think not.

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Or Big E choosing a team in which ever sport tickles his fancy this week

 

only ever follow teams from places i lived apart from that shit hole which my dad made me visit

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Noted that Green Bay is Bolty's team and had a quick look at where it was on the map. Imagine my surprise when I saw the next towns along Route 57 from it are Benderville and Dyckesville. Coincidence? I think not.

 

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