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  1. Subscriber cashthetrash
    PoPeYe
    28 Oct '07 17:31
    Is anyone in Europe watching?
  2. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    28 Oct '07 17:54
    Originally posted by cashthetrash
    Is anyone in Europe watching?
    Too bad it's Miami... at least everyone knows who'll win.

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  3. 28 Oct '07 17:54
    Originally posted by Phlabibit
    Too bad it's Miami... at least everyone knows who'll win.

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    Obviously you're not watching! It's a close game.
  4. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    28 Oct '07 17:59
    Originally posted by darvlay
    Obviously you're not watching! It's a close game.
    Arg! Too much baseball on my mind!

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  5. Subscriber SmookieP
    Lead, Follow, or..
    28 Oct '07 18:03
    The field is like a putting green, it's torn up already and it's causing problems with traction and kicking..
  6. 28 Oct '07 18:09
    Originally posted by SmookieP
    The field is like a putting green, it's torn up already and it's causing problems with traction and kicking..
    It's a slippery one today.
  7. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    28 Oct '07 18:21
    Originally posted by darvlay
    It's a slippery one today.
    I was surprised to see it raining in London. [/sarcasm]
  8. 28 Oct '07 18:23
    Originally posted by Phlabibit
    I was surprised to see it raining in London. [/sarcasm]
    It ain't close anymore, by the way.

    Pretty sloppy game so far.
  9. Subscriber cashthetrash
    PoPeYe
    28 Oct '07 20:28
    Originally posted by darvlay
    It ain't close anymore, by the way.

    Pretty sloppy game so far.
    I like muddy games, but it would have been nice to see a more evenly matched teams for once in Europe, but still it was better than a pre-season game. It might not have been one of the best games but it wasn't that bad either. It really would be nice to see some real World competition if The Europeans can take a real interest in the game. There are some pretty good Euro's playing in the NFL and I would like to see what they could do. Weather permitting, I was kind of hoping to see some British tailgater's, that would have been cool.
  10. Subscriber SmookieP
    Lead, Follow, or..
    29 Oct '07 04:55
    I saw a National News piece where they said the British fan base was overwhelmingly for the Dolphins, maybe they're more likeable, or maybe they went for the underdogs.. Huge turnout, and good feelings all around from what's been reported. The game did sell out in 6 hours.. Too bad the Dolphins' season ticket holders were porked with a home game taken away, and not refunded. Since we're playing so terrible, I'm sure not much will come of it.
  11. 29 Oct '07 19:45
    I feel sorry for you English, the NFL short changed you by sending the Dolphins to London. They should have sent Green Bay, NE, Colts, Bengals, or some other team with a good QB, therefore y'all would be able to see a true, high quality American football game.
  12. Standard member uzless
    The So Fist
    29 Oct '07 20:03
    Has any team ever gone 0-16?
  13. Subscriber cashthetrash
    PoPeYe
    29 Oct '07 21:24
    Originally posted by uzless
    Has any team ever gone 0-16?
    Unfortunately, the Rams are well on their way.
  14. 29 Oct '07 22:36
    Originally posted by SmookieP
    I saw a National News piece where they said the British fan base was overwhelmingly for the Dolphins, maybe they're more likeable, or maybe they went for the underdogs.. Huge turnout, and good feelings all around from what's been reported. The game did sell out in 6 hours.. Too bad the Dolphins' season ticket holders were porked with a home game taken away, and not refunded. Since we're playing so terrible, I'm sure not much will come of it.
    most of the nfl's fan base in britain started watching when marino played for the dolphins and naturally the brts followed the crowd
  15. Subscriber SmookieP
    Lead, Follow, or..
    29 Oct '07 23:33 / 1 edit