Which Nfl team do you root for?

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  1. Houston Texans. Maybe they can make the playoffs this year!



  2. NE because of Randy Moss (big fan) but my home team is Vikings.
  3. jim623
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    Quote Originally Posted by texaswolf View Post
    Houston Texans. Maybe they can make the playoffs this year!

    Caints and Texans in the Super bowl!!!!
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  4. I know it's not going to happen, but it would be a lovely thing for the Texans to beat the Titans both times this year. I'm soooo looking forward to the Titans coming on up to Heinz Field for the season opener.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by BurghHardcore View Post
    I know it's not going to happen, but it would be a lovely thing for the Texans to beat the Titans both times this year. I'm soooo looking forward to the Titans coming on up to Heinz Field for the season opener.
    You too? I still have the "Towel stomp" etched in my memory. Wonder how much stomping went on as they watched the Super Bowl from their local golf course.

  6. Fastone...you're into the Steelers and Yankees? Shouldn't you be down with the Pirates or Indians?

    Are you into the Bulls, Duke basketball and Notre Dame football too?

  7. Quote Originally Posted by JW32Hoops View Post
    Fastone...you're into the Steelers and Yankees? Shouldn't you be down with the Pirates or Indians?

    Are you into the Bulls, Duke basketball and Notre Dame football too?
    You're close, North Carolina Basketball, Nebraska football. I followed the Bulls when MJ was there, I don't follow anyone specifically in the NBA now. I've followed the Yankees since 1961(I grew up in Brooklyn), followed the Steelers since 1973, UNC since 1970 and Nebraska since winning 450 dollars on them when they beat Oaklahoma in 1971.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Fastone View Post
    You're close, North Carolina Basketball, Nebraska football. I followed the Bulls when MJ was there, I don't follow anyone specifically in the NBA now. I've followed the Yankees since 1961(I grew up in Brooklyn), followed the Steelers since 1973, UNC since 1970 and Nebraska since winning 450 dollars on them when they beat Oaklahoma in 1971.
    Haha...$450 would make me a fan as well. JW32Hoops....IT IS OK to be a fan of a team not geographically close to you. You do know that right? Does Fastone NEED to like the Pirates instead of the Yankees b/c he's from PA? You like whatever team you like man. You don't have to be a complete Homer all the time lol. I'm in Pittsburgh and I LOVE USC football and UCLA Basketball. Those, other than the 6 time Super Bowl Champion Steelers of course, have been my teams all my life. Explain that one?

    Fastone...The towel stomp is still very fresh in my memory. "Smash and Dash" won't be doing anything once they hit Heinz Field opening day. I like to call them "One and Done" haha.

  9. Giants all the way.

    I was there when they dropped loads on the Stealers last fall! Great game.

    Great field too. Loud as fuk.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by BurghHardcore View Post
    Haha...$450 would make me a fan as well. JW32Hoops....IT IS OK to be a fan of a team not geographically close to you. You do know that right?
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    Well, at least you don't sound annoying.

    I was breaking his balls for being a perceived bandwagoner instead of rooting for his hometown teams. That's why I brought up the Bulls, Duke, Notre Dame, etc.

    Personally, I'm from NJ and I root for the Mets/Giants/Nets.

    I could see rooting for an out-of-area college team because you attended that school, or like my friend who lives in NJ but roots for the Cardinals because his dad is die-hard and raised him that way...so, yeah, I guess to answer your question.....I "do know that".

  11. I'll back up JW there. Since we're from the NYC area, there really is no reason to root for the Stealers, Cowboys or whatever team happens to be hot at the moment.

    GICH!

  12. Quote Originally Posted by JW32Hoops View Post
    Well, at least you don't sound annoying.

    I was breaking his balls for being a perceived bandwagoner instead of rooting for his hometown teams. That's why I brought up the Bulls, Duke, Notre Dame, etc.

    Personally, I'm from NJ and I root for the Mets/Giants/Nets.

    I could see rooting for an out-of-area college team because you attended that school, or like my friend who lives in NJ but roots for the Cardinals because his dad is die-hard and raised him that way...so, yeah, I guess to answer your question.....I "do know that".
    wow..picking up on the sarcasm there

    My apologies, wasn't trying to be a d*ck. I just really do not...in any way...consider the Bulls, and Notre Dame for that matter, teams that people jump on the bandwagon for, at least where I'm from. So I didn't pick up that's what you meant by your post. I post on a ton of sports forums, and as you could imagine, they are swamped with "homers". That kind of sucks, noone can talk intelligently about a sport. Everyone must defend their hometeam at all costs. I can see the Yanks and Duke being bandwagon teams, but not the other two. My bad dude

    Personally, as long as it's not a "bandwagon" thing, I say you can be a fan of whoever you want no matter where you're at. It doesn't matter to me lol. I never went to school in Cali, I've never even been to Cali, yet my love for USC and UCLA is still strong.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by BurghHardcore View Post
    My apologies, wasn't trying to be a d*ck. I just really do not...in any way...consider the Bulls, and Notre Dame for that matter, teams that people jump on the bandwagon for, at least where I'm from. So I didn't pick up that's what you meant by your post..
    Maybe it's just being a child of the 80's/90's, cuz when I was a kid, it seemed like everyone was into the Cowboys, Yankees, Bulls, Duke Blue Devils and Notre Dame Fighting Irish.

    I can almost understand Duke/UNC/Notre Dame, since they're on TV ALLLL the time.

    All good brah, no worries.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by BurghHardcore View Post
    I never went to school in Cali, I've never even been to Cali, yet my love for USC and UCLA is still strong.
    That's a weird combo...they're pretty hardcore rivals.

    That'd be like saying "I'm really into Ohio State and Michigan football" or "I'm a huge Yankees and Red Sox fan" or "I mostly root for the Giants and the Eagles"

  15. Quote Originally Posted by Droppingloads View Post
    Giants all the way.

    I was there when they dropped loads on the Stealers last fall! Great game.

    Great field too. Loud as fuk.
    DL that was a good game. As for the G-Men dropping loads...they should send James Harrison a thank you letter for being such a p*ss poor long snapper lol. That was a fun game to watch. I could have had tickets to the game, but didn't want to shell out $200. I was able to make it to 6 others, plus the playoffs & AFC Championship. So I'm not complaining.

    It's funny you say great field. People HATE that field. I would personally be heart broken if we ever went with anything other than a grass field. It can get bad at times, but it's natural and safe. Grass is where football should be played IMO. And yeah....it can be loud

  16. Quote Originally Posted by JW32Hoops View Post
    That's a weird combo...they're pretty hardcore rivals.

    That'd be like saying "I'm really into Ohio State and Michigan football" or "I'm a huge Yankees and Red Sox fan" or "I mostly root for the Giants and the Eagles"
    haha...I hear you there. I should clarify though. USC football and UCLA basketball. That might even be more strange lol. I've just loved both since I was a kid.

    When USC plays UCLA at football though that is always a great game. No matter if USC is great that year and UCLA isn't much to talk about, nothing is guaranteed.

  17. Who hates that field? The other team maybe, hostile playing conditions.

    We sat on the 30 yard line like 8 rows up. Got the tickets from a dem for $250.

    "this is some primetime sh1t right here" that was his description of the seats

  18. Quote Originally Posted by Droppingloads View Post
    Who hates that field? The other team maybe, hostile playing conditions.
    Dude...you've seen how horrendous that surface gets in the rain. Remember that game against Baltimore a year or two back? I didn't think either team was going to score at all....beyond sloppy.

    I think you're talking about liking the Stadium....the field itself is what's dodgy.

  19. Yeah I could give a sh1t about the field itself. I'm talking about the stadium.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by Droppingloads View Post
    Yeah I could give a sh1t about the field itself. I'm talking about the stadium.
    oh lol. The field can get rough. But I still like the fact that it's mostly grass. With some chopped up rubber thrown in lol. The stadium is definetely cool though. I like the design. I like how, if you're in the right part of the stadium, you can see out to "the point" (where the 3 rivers connect) and Mt. Washington. It's a cool view. And it can definetely get loud. You should of heard it for the AFC Championship when Troy intercepted that pass and took it back for a TD.....absolutely freaking insane. I've been to plently of games and it has never been louder.

    JW, the Miami game I think two years ago may be what you're talking about. I was there, it was just plain horrible. How they were moving out there is beyond me. Remeber the punt that landed and stuck straight up in the mud lol? So you're right....it can get bad. But on Thursday and Friday they had high school football championships there, Saturday was a Pitt game, then the storms came Saturday night and all day Sunday. It was almost inevitable.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by BurghHardcore View Post
    JW, the Miami game I think two years ago may be what you're talking about. I was there, it was just plain horrible. How they were moving out there is beyond me. Remeber the punt that landed and stuck straight up in the mud lol?.

    I do remember that punt...you're right, musta been Miami. I remember thinking "between the field being this unplayable and the Dolphins being this godawful, I don't think there'll be a single point scored"

  22. Quote Originally Posted by JW32Hoops View Post
    I do remember that punt...you're right, musta been Miami. I remember thinking "between the field being this unplayable and the Dolphins being this godawful, I don't think there'll be a single point scored"
    If I remember right it was 3-0. Jeff Reed somehow kicked a field goal out of the muck. Hey, a W is a W. We were lucky to make it out of that one. Would of suct losing to Miami, even in those conditions.

  23. Colts baby. Going to meet Peyton Manning on Sunday 7/19 in Chicago.
    It's hard to concentrate when I can hear your thoughts.

  24. Whats our name. . . RAVENS. . . Whats our name. . .RAVENS

  25. Quote Originally Posted by JW32Hoops View Post
    Fastone...you're into the Steelers and Yankees? Shouldn't you be down with the Pirates or Indians?

    Are you into the Bulls, dOOK basketball and Notre Dame football too?
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  27. REDSKINS!!! ALL THE WAY!

  28. Its funny, my 6 year old daughter asked me to change allegiance since we live near the Pa/NJ border. So the house is now Eagles fans.

  29. Texans, still have a little love for the Titans, but grew up a 49ers fan.

  30. Quote Originally Posted by johnnyjuice View Post
    REDSKINS!!! ALL THE WAY!
    Congratulations.

    D.Synder has ruined that franchise.

  31. I got my early predictions
    AFC EAST
    New England
    Buffalo
    Miami
    NY Jets
    AFC WEST
    San Diego
    Oakland
    Denver
    Kansas City
    AFC NORTH
    Pittsburgh
    Cincinnati
    Baltimore
    Cleveland
    AFC SOUTH
    Indianapolis
    Houston*
    Tennessee*
    Jacksonville
    NFC EAST
    Philadelphia
    NY Giants*
    Dallas
    Washington
    NFC WEST
    Arizona
    San Francisco
    Seattle
    St. Louis
    NFC NORTH
    Green Bay
    Chicago
    Minnesota
    Detroit
    NFC SOUTH
    Atlanta
    Carolina*
    New Orleans
    Tampa Bay

    WILD CARD (Home team in caps)
    ARIZONA 38-24 Carolina
    ATLANTA 24-20 Giants
    PITTSBURGH 31-21 Houston
    INDIANAPOLIS 27-17 Tennessee
    DIVISIONAL ROUND
    GREEN BAY 35-17 Arizona
    PHILADELPHIA 28-20 Atlanta
    Pittsburgh 23-20 NEW ENGLAND
    SAN DIEGO 41-31 Indianapolis
    CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES
    SAN DIEGO 24-14 Pittsburgh
    Green Bay 20-17 PHILADELPHIA
    SUPER BOWL
    San Diego 34-31 Green Bay

  32. Skins baby... All day

  33. The New England Patroits are loaded,if they stay healthy they will win it all this year.

    I forgot to mention the team of the decade ya that's right Steeler fans.
  34. Davidlee
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    Peyton may not have marvin ,but he's coming full force this year ,and next year when tebow gets to the pro's you can all watch a real football player in action.

  35. Quote Originally Posted by Davidlee View Post
    next year when tebow gets to the pro's you can all watch a real football player in action.


  36. Davidlee
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    ahahahahah

  37. Quote Originally Posted by MaDmaN View Post
    The New England Patroits are loaded,if they stay healthy they will win it all this year.

    I forgot to mention the team of the decade ya that's right Steeler fans.
    Team of the decade means absolutely nothing to me lol. That's "filler" for the sports writers an so on to generate a little buzz in the offseason. After all, it's not you, me, or any other fan in the country that actually decides that nonsense. It's some jerk that writes articles for a living. The business is different now than it was in the 60's, 70's, and 80's. With free agency and the like it's highly possible there will never be another "Team of the Decade". The Patsies had an extrely impressive run the FIRST HALF of the decade....but as well all saw choked (hard) two years ago, and haven't won anything in the 2nd half of the decade. 18-0 doesn't mean anything if you bomb in the championship my friend.

    Having said that, the Patriots (IMO) are on the decline. They will remain very competitive for a few more years, but I don't see any more SB's in the near future. With 2 very good starters on D gone, and Tommy on an unsure knee, I don't see a return of the dominating Patriots they once were. I'm not saying at all that Randy Moss is no longer a dominating force, b/c he is, but he's no spring chicken either.

    Oh yeah.....HERE WE GO STEELERS, HERE WE GO!
    Maybe we'll see ya in the playoffs broheim, if you can get past the Bills and the Dolphins











  38. This is the year, bytches!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  39. Late Reply. But Seattle Seahawks baby! I reside in Phoenix but Still LIVE in Seattle

  40. I didn't grow up in the Bay Area, but when I moved here back in '93 I had to make a choice between the Raiders or the 49ers. You only have to be on a BART train with Raider fans once to realize... the Niners are a much classier choice! Plus, the Raiders will never be contenders again until Al Davis is six feet under. Being a Bama fan, I'm happy to see Glen Coffee backing up Frank Gore this season. I'll get out to Candlestick for at least two games this season. They may actually have a shot at the NFC West this year.
    RTR.
  

  
 

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