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#1
does it include all the padding those woosies have to wear? lol
2 Likes #2
^ :| ok - you dont watch it i can tell lol
suspended 1 Like #3
woosies? i like to see our football star's, play in such weather as −13°F / −25°C, with a wind chill around −48°F / −44°C

voted hot
#4
Shame you cannot choose your player :(
Don't want a Cutler shirt (Bears)
Good post though
#5
I do on a Sunday morning and I do slide tackles cos I am English and 'ard :-)
#6
Good deal though I love the game.............
#7
Voted cold because American 'Football' is a pile of ****...

Only joking not voting either way, but seriously what a dull, stop start piece of nonsense this sport is
suspended#8
mmm
#9
good deal, but its a shame you cant choose the player name/number. Or have your own.
#10
Thanks OP ordered a NYG's in XL
#11
milesy29
good deal, but its a shame you cant choose the player name/number. Or have your own.


Aye its difficult to get what you want in NFL world....i had to use the official shop and paid waaaaaay too much to have a customized shirt....then add the tax and lovely Fees from UPS :(

Nike are going to be taking over the manufacture after next season so hopefully we will see better availablity of different players
#12
you'll never see a large stock of players from any shop based in this country, with all the cuts and transfers nfl teams have the retailer will end up with loads of out of date stock that they won't be able to sell
1 Like #13
Nobull
Voted cold because American 'Football' is a pile of ****...

Only joking not voting either way, but seriously what a dull, stop start piece of nonsense this sport is


Yeah it's no rugby. What with it's scrums and rucks, one pass to the big guy he falls over, regroup and try again. Then 10 minutes trying to get a scrum set, and you're only allowed to hit the ball carrier. Snooze fest.

Voted hot, as it's difficult to get hold of jerseys over here for a good price
#14
voted hot great deal
1 Like #15
Bought 4 tops - Is that not a soul group? :-)
#16
Does anyone know about sizing- I am normally an XL for football strips.
#17
Balls, i ordered one from america on sunday!!
suspended#18
go for large, these jerseys are noemaly usa size.
#19
Hot!
Great sport, great prices!
#20
voted hot, I will see if the are any skins stuff :D
#21
I would never buy anything from an organisation that has Robbie "Lily" Savage as a "Sports Brand Ambassador". http://www.acasports.co.uk/robbie-savage.php

What an absolute ****er he is.
#22
boo boo they have no redskins stuff on sale. Wanted a Chris Cooley top!
#23
martin1372
Does anyone know about sizing- I am normally an XL for football strips.

Generally i get one size smaller. I'm an XL at 'soccer' and i get a L in NFL jerseys or keep XL if you want it quite baggy. keep in mind the sizing allows for pads underneath too.

I don't think there is any question its a good deal, and to be fair much more choice than I expected.

Anyone making comments about the sport being dull, surely there is a reason why it's so popular over there? I can see you not liking something that isn't continual but once I understood the sport it quickly because my favourite. Just like all 'slow' sports such as cricket/snooker etc, it doesn't make them any worse because they last longer.

I'm going to order a couple, thanks OP
1 Like #24
This post is very interesting to read from an American perspective (lover of football both sides of the pond). If you're a skeptic of American football, the gateway drug is signing up for a fantasy football team; the vested interest in teams may hook you. Voted hot for entertainment value (and price). Cheers, fellow deal enthusiasts
1 Like #25
alanino64
does it include all the padding those woosies have to wear? lol

being a juve fan he is more at home in a pink kit with batman style coloured in abs like this beauty ...

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/44577000/jpg/_44577593_buffon220.jpg

i've got a few nfl jerseys myself. the replica ones tend to come to bits in the wash. good price for replicas though
#26
Hot, just wish the selection was a little better but thats the same with all UK based shops.
#27
martin1372
Does anyone know about sizing- I am normally an XL for football strips.


Google for a size chart, but I usually wear medium/large clothes and wear a small american football jersey (and it's still a tad long/baggy), but can get away with youth XL. They're sized to go over pads, medium/large fits nicely over my pads (which makes sense seeing as... that's my size lol).
#29
Also - good luck to them selling the 'top quarterback' JaMarcus Russel jersey at £22.50
#30
Hot from me. Think I'll order myself a new Dolphins top as with my last one half of the number 2 came off in the first wash.
#31
shycho
Nobull
Voted cold because American 'Football' is a pile of ****...

Only joking not voting either way, but seriously what a dull, stop start piece of nonsense this sport is


Yeah it's no rugby. What with it's scrums and rucks, one pass to the big guy he falls over, regroup and try again. Then 10 minutes trying to get a scrum set, and you're only allowed to hit the ball carrier. Snooze fest.


American? Idiot? Both?
#32
I can't seem to get into their site, anyone else having problems?
#33
i dont get american football at all, they stop every few seconds seems so boring.

but must be summat good about it if america loves it so much.
1 Like #34
Typical, St Louis Rams Jersey : Home £39.95 :(

Had an LA Rams top as a kid, shame they did a Wimbledon FC oO
#35
i am confused about the sizing on the shop website says XL on that sizing chart says L.
#36
jay_leeds
i dont get american football at all, they stop every few seconds seems so boring.

but must be summat good about it if america loves it so much.


They prefer NASCAR to F1 or WRC and baseball to cricket. There is no logic when it comes to the sorting habits of ourAmerican cousins, so don't expect anything good about NFL.
1 Like #37
Yeah I'm a Rams fan too - have to old LA home top. Best looking tops tho are the throwback Chargers one and the old NY Titans (Jets) AFL one.
#38
Hmmmm, I'm very tempted to get myself a packers jersey. Having said that, I have a colts manning jersey that i got a few years back from the states, which i think is the nice authentic kind of jersey. these look like the ones that tend to fade and the numbers can come off in the wash?

I'm unsure :S
#39
voted cold...because its not a proper game like Rugby
1 Like #40
CrazyIndianZA
voted cold...because its not a proper game like Rugby


Its not a 'proper' game because they don't feign injury by using fake blood capsules?

;)


Edited By: Godspeed on Dec 01, 2010 15:38

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