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thunderkyss
06-27-2013, 12:05 PM
Actually, I'm just wanting to broaden my horizons. So I thought it be cool to join the MB of another team & try to participate in more football conversation.

I don't want to get on the Patriots board (Hernandez/Tebow burnout).... & I'm really curious about the outlook & expectations of some teams with "little" to look forward to. I was thinking Miami.....


but I was wondering who you might suggest. I don't want to spend time on a Jags/Tits board, don't really want anything that might turn "controversial" Just some team not in the AFC South.

Tailgate
06-27-2013, 12:37 PM
Actually, I'm just wanting to broaden my horizons. So I thought it be cool to join the MB of another team & try to participate in more football conversation.

I don't want to get on the Patriots board (Hernandez/Tebow burnout).... & I'm really curious about the outlook & expectations of some teams with "little" to look forward to. I was thinking Miami.....


but I was wondering who you might suggest. I don't want to spend time on a Jags/Tits board, don't really want anything that might turn "controversial" Just some team not in the AFC South.

I know its not necessarily team specific, but football futures has a solid NFL forum set up if you haven't been.

http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/

PapaL
06-27-2013, 12:44 PM
Cleveland Browns - I think they have some good pieces in place and talk about being a sucky team. They're the definition of it. I see them vastly improving plus the division has come down...even with the SB winner in there.

Stemp
06-27-2013, 01:05 PM
Cleveland Browns - I think they have some good pieces in place and talk about being a sucky team. They're the definition of it. I see them vastly improving plus the division has come down...even with the SB winner in there.

This.

OR MAybe the Rams if you want an up and coming team.

Brisco_County
06-27-2013, 01:26 PM
If you join the Tampa Bay forums, you may run into Hookem Horns there.

I've always been curious about the Buffalo fanbase. How large is the fan base these days? How many of them are actually from Buffalo?

mattieuk
06-27-2013, 11:32 PM
If you join the Tampa Bay forums, you may run into Hookem Horns there.

I've always been curious about the Buffalo fanbase. How large is the fan base these days? How many of them are actually from Buffalo?

There were 2.615 million Bills fans in 2011.

Well, that was the population of Toronto anyway.

Scooter
06-28-2013, 05:16 AM
the browns would probably be an interesting choice. they're perpetually bringing in young and potentially exciting talent. they go through a new coach and quarterback every other year. they're just lovable losers with a very loyal fan base.

a houstonian may also have fun there because most browns fans i've talked to have a soft spot for their old afc north rival.

robroy72
06-28-2013, 08:01 AM
I still keep a candle blowing for my 1st love, the Raiders. Gives me all the suckiness I need!

ObsiWan
06-29-2013, 06:45 AM
Try the chefs - no, not Paula Deen - the K.C. team who used to regularly kick the Oilers' butts back in the 80s-90s. They're in rebuild mode and might be an interesting soap opera to keep an eye on. Would have had even more entertainment value had Winston stayed up there.

Buffalo, as someone mentioned, is another you might watch. It might be interesting to see if the Mario "honeymoon" is over...
:D

Just don't be condescending. Karma shows no mercy.

HJam72
06-29-2013, 06:10 PM
There are bandwagoners, and then there is Thunderkyss getting bored with his good team, LOL.

Giant Tiger
06-29-2013, 07:17 PM
There were 2.615 million Bills fans in 2011.

Well, that was the population of Toronto anyway.

And they keep shoving them down our throats :tearup: They actually believe we owe them our allegiance. They're more arrogant than the Dallas Cowboys up here.

Hookem Horns
06-30-2013, 11:08 PM
If you join the Tampa Bay forums, you may run into Hookem Horns there.


Yeah, I don't post much at all but observe this board from time to time.

http://www.pewterreport.com/Boards/index.php

The Bucs have a ton of potential and it's all resting on the shoulders of Josh Freeman. It really seems they have all of the pieces together now that they have bolstered the secondary. The question is if Freeman can start playing consistent. At times he looks great and at other times he looks horrible.

They are fun to watch, especially Doug Martin.