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I have a ticket and I am going.....


woo hoo yay duck

Miami have lost all 7 of their games
New York have won their last 5

However, I will support Miami, as their players have funnier names, like

Cory Lekkerkerker
Rob Ninkovich
Reagan Mauia
Cleo Lemon
Vonnie Holliday
and
Tuff Harris

New York have

Madison Hedgecock
Plaxico Burress
Jeremy Shockey

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Yep............Lets send the worst team(Miami Dolphins)in the NFL to England, and hope the English are gullible enough to buy it!
Still let's be honest............You sent us a washed up has been,(David Beckham)and we bought that! crazy

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As you know AFF, this was arranged a year ago, or even longer...

before Miami started their desperate run !

they just are not good enough and injuries are compounding the problem.

The game was excellent !

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Highlights were !!!


a streaker at half time

cheerleaders

miserable weather making lots of errors

cheerleaders

and a decent, if expensive pie at half time !!! (£3.70 for a pint !)

did I mention the cheerleaders ?

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oh and there were quite a few............



BUNDLES !



bounce

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yup, I went and thoroughly enjoyed myself too. Mistake strewn game (I think it was a Miami drive which went from 3rd and five to 3rd and 35 after a slew of penalties), conservative play calling due to the weather but it is such a better game to watch in person than on TV

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They should have booked the New England Patriots! whistle

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did I mention the cheerleaders ?

If the fans can't get themselves into the game, they aren't really fans. What is the point of cheerleaders, other than the fact they are eye candy for the men?

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It takes our minds of that tedious sport called American Football.

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Originally Posted By: Barry Scott
...but it is such a better game to watch in person than on TV


I agree Barry....I often try to watch it on TV, but get impatient with the interupptions....watching it live, you dont mind so much, as there is lots going on !

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Originally Posted By: Moo
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did I mention the cheerleaders ?

If the fans can't get themselves into the game, they aren't really fans. What is the point of cheerleaders, other than the fact they are eye candy for the men?


I think you have answered your own question....

and I think Vikki, from Tallahassie would strengthen my case stronger.....

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Originally Posted By: Moo
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did I mention the cheerleaders ?

If the fans can't get themselves into the game, they aren't really fans. What is the point of cheerleaders, other than the fact they are eye candy for the men?


due to the commercial invasion of the game (yesterday's game was full of breaks pretty much designed for TV) there are times when there are two or three minute stretches where nothing's going on... hence the cheerleaders, music piped in, etc. And weirdly, most Americans who have started following football/soccer now HATE that sort of stuff, and just go with the atmosphere created by the fans themselves

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this is a cheerleader



Cheerleader Bibiana Julian was voted America’s Sexiest Cheerleader - in December 2006





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Here are some slam dunkin' cheerleader shots !








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