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I thought two of them already had. Cannot understand two teams who have played home games exclusively in New Jersey for decades are still called New York teams. (Just kidding, I don't really care, forgive me for taking such an easy jab)
I lived in Los Angeles for a decade and I have a theory on seeing so many Packers fans at the Rams game. Having lived there for so long, its not a surprise to me. LA is such a melting pot with so many people (Around 14million in the metro), it's hard to find much homogeny due to the extreme diversification. And a lot of those people move to LA from other states from all over the country to bask in the SoCal sun. I'm a saints/LSU fan, and we were able to find bars and groups of people that only watched Saints and LSU. You could also find, Bears bars, Eagles bars, etc. The Rams are still 'newish' to LA, plus they are competing for market share with the Los Angeles Chargers. If the Rams weren't doing so good, it may have really looked like a Packers home game. Rodgers is also immensely popular, and deservedly so.
Great victory for the Steelers today !
Who was saying Big Ben is washed up a few weeks ago.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is on pace to set the NFL record for most passing yards in a season. Through eight games, Roethlisberger has thrown for 2,560 yards, a pace of 5,120. The NFL record for passing yards in a season is 5,084, set by Dan Marino in 1984.In 2014, he threw for 2,380 in the first eight games and finished with 4,952 yards, his career best.
Last weeks I've saw a graphic showing division leaders and their quarterbacks, some have "over the hill" qb's and some have the young studs.And in the beginning of the year the Steelers didn't look very good, they have really turned it around.I think they should send Bell a nice present for all the money he is saving them.Interesting contrast.
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