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Topic History of: NFL This Week
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Green Man JK2006 wrote:
As a huge American Football fan (though not as much as Baseball; I suspect it's my father's American genes) - the two guys who host this BBC show are really excellent and deserve a new series of their own. Both are ex Giants players (I'm a New Yorker so love both Giants and Jets).

Do you ever see NFL when it comes to London ?

A couple of years I was on a train, it was rammed with American football fans even (American and British) rival fans were next to each other having a civil chat with one another.

Getting a train full of footie fans is a fucking nightmare and footie fans seem to have fetish of staring people out.
Green Man I can dip in and out of American football. (I do root for NY Jets also and Cowboys)

Sadly John Madden died recently his style of presenting and commentary will never be matched. I do recommend the U.S sitcom Coach to people. The DVD has slightly poor quality because the master tapes were destroyed in the Universal fire, Mill Creek had to use syndication tapes.

What annoys me in the USA you can watch a lot of top sporting events Free to Air that includes some NHL, NFL, MLB, NASCAR, NBA and the major golf.

In the UK and Ireland it's only horse racing, special football events, handful of NFL games, some F1, MLS, some T20 cricket across the globe - the only T20 that I know people care about is the T20 Blast and IPL.

I love basketball ( remember when it was Free to Air on Channel 4 back in the 90's ?) - but I am not subscribing to Sky or cable to watch it. I will stick to the Freesports for the Euroleague at my partner's house once a week or read online news articles.
JK2006 As a huge American Football fan (though not as much as Baseball; I suspect it's my father's American genes) - the two guys who host this BBC show are really excellent and deserve a new series of their own. Both are ex Giants players (I'm a New Yorker so love both Giants and Jets).