With the official end of football season coming to a close last Sunday night with the unbelievable upset of the big game between the Patriots and the Sea Hawks, I find myself already missing my routine of laying on the couch all day yelling at the TV, and wishing Chris Collinsworth would just shut his pie hole already.
Any true Dallas Cowboys fan can tell you exactly what happened in the 1992 season. Dallas went 13-3 and cruised through the playoffs, beating the Buffalo Bills 52-17 in Super Bowl XXVII for their first of three Super Bowl wins in the 1990s.
It has finally returned, folks. It's back to football season, and that is a beautiful, beautiful thing. The opening week certainly disappoint. Dropkicks, overtime, and yards upon yards were all present in week 1. Get the full recap here.
On Sunday, September 28th, the Oakland Raiders and the Miami Dolphins will square off in 2014's first regular season game outside of the United States, in the United Kingdom. The game will be played at Wembley Stadium with the help of Def Leppard.
It's that time of the year again: time to start getting even more excited because football's closer but even angrier because it's not close enough. Make the feelings even more intense by checking out who your favorite team will square off against this year.
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