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Old 24.06.2012, 07:44 PM
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How realistic is it for the 2012 Wembley Game to be a Rams home game?

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Old 25.06.2012, 04:31 PM
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There will be a huge amount of Patriots support no doubt. Hopefully the Rams will get a few extra supporters out of people like me - NFL fans who sort of followed a team but didn't really support anyone, and thus have put my full support now behind St Louis as they are in the UK for the next 3 yrs.
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I thought the 3 year thing was altered to just this year? Or will the Rams definitely play here the next 3 years?

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Old 25.06.2012, 06:46 PM
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I thought the 3 year thing was altered to just this year? Or will the Rams definitely play here the next 3 years?
i heard it was just for 1 year now aswell
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Old 25.06.2012, 07:14 PM
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Well, the fount of gospel information, aka Wikipedia say its a 3 year deal (on the Rams wiki page) .... Not really sure to be honest. I still hope we get to see different teams each year (nothing against the Rams)... It would be good to see 2 different teams each year IMO
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Well, the fount of gospel information, aka Wikipedia say its a 3 year deal (on the Rams wiki page) .... Not really sure to be honest. I still hope we get to see different teams each year (nothing against the Rams)... It would be good to see 2 different teams each year IMO
I agree, would be nice if everybody got to see there team atleast once
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Old 25.06.2012, 07:12 PM
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There will be a huge amount of Patriots support no doubt. Hopefully the Rams will get a few extra supporters out of people like me - NFL fans who sort of followed a team but didn't really support anyone, and thus have put my full support now behind St Louis as they are in the UK for the next 3 yrs.
I hope the Rams get a decent amount of support as well because there's no doubt that they have some exciting young players like QB Sam Bradford as well as veterans like RB Steven Jackson!
It would be great to see them really put up a fight against the Patriots, although I don't know how realistic this is...
Cya at Wembley!

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How realistic is it for the 2012 Wembley Game to be a Rams home game?

http://ukamericanfootball.blogspot.c...bley-rams.html
I would fully expect the 20,000+ UK patriots to be out in force. Still, in 2009, as a Pats fan, many elements of the crowd were certainly anti-Pats.

Also, that blog. Brady is too metrosexual? Arrogant and expecting to score from the 1 yard line? In football, every play can go the whole way. Of course since Welker was certain to score from about the Patriot 30 they had a good 9 seconds to celebrate while he ran it in.

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There will be a huge amount of Patriots support no doubt. Hopefully the Rams will get a few extra supporters out of people like me - NFL fans who sort of followed a team but didn't really support anyone, and thus have put my full support now behind St Louis as they are in the UK for the next 3 yrs.
Mano????

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