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Who do you want to see in London?

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The NFL is to announce the venue and teams for the 2009 UK game tonight so there isn't long for wild speculation.

From what officials have said already, Wembley looks like favourite to host but there is no inkling yet as to which two sides will make the trip for the third regular-season game outside the Americas.

I think we can rule the Giants, Dolphins, Chargers and Saints out but which of the other 28 would you like to see?

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posted Dec 2, 2008

Tickets will probably be the same again i would imagine. If the stadium was nigh on full up with the tickets at 50 cheapest they dont need to bring the price down.

Went this year and am looking to get tickets this time around aswell. smiley

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posted Dec 2, 2008

Just found out the news that FINALLY the Bucs are coming. To the guy who mentioned the C4 coverage, I became a Bucs fan through the C4 coverage. They were about the worst team in the NFL at that stage. When they won Superbowl it was vindication.

Does anyone know when and where the tickets will go on sale? I simply cannot miss this one!

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posted Dec 2, 2008

CAROLINA PANTHERS!!!!!!!

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comment by iamaus (U6843503)

posted Dec 2, 2008

Iam an englishman living in usa, i follow their "football". these two teams will be very sytrong hopefully next year. the bucs are currently playing well andwill probably get a playoff spot. the pats will probably get Tom Brady back next year, so they will be a lot stronger. it has the makings of a good game. Inoticed the scoreline between the chargers and saints this year was exceptionally high, you guys got value for money there.

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posted Dec 3, 2008

Also to the guy who mentioned C4 coverage, I watched the Bears trounce the Pats in Superbowl XX so it was great to see their eventual resurgence. Hope Brady, Moss, Vrabel and Bruschi make it to Wembley.

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posted Dec 7, 2008

Bring on the Steelers!

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posted Dec 7, 2008

I was hoping to see the Bills or the Steelers at Wembley this year. Shame really. I just its another great game like this years even though the Chargers lost

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posted Jan 3, 2009

comment by D2ETribesman (U8440107)
posted 4 Weeks Ago

This comes as no surprise to me. Both have ties to England. Robert Kraft had been linked with buying Liverpool and the Glazers own Manchester United. Also, both teams are traditionally quite good, and you'll get to see the NFL's best quarterback, Tom Brady.

Erm, Peyton Manning is the best quarterback in the NFl...

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comment by Chris (U13775737)

posted Jan 11, 2009

if brady is fit....he may need more surgery

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posted Apr 24, 2009

Ah come on stop trying to push this naff version of Rugby onto us - 20 years you've been floggin this - the horse is dead

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