>they don't even touched the ball with their feet 99% of the time
>this is what Americans actually believe
>Ameriburger hand egg
It’s literally a more complicated version of capture the flag.
I'm sorry OP, better try this again when it's football season
When does it start anyway?
Someone please explain to me what the difference between American football and rugby is.>>19075
just watch a game of both and you'll see
if you skip ads american football will last only like an hour
>>19078>if you skip ads american football will last only like an hour
The ads are half the entertainment though
Better than lightly jogging down the field and acting.
September 9th, but it's just the Bucs pummeling the Cowboys.
September 12th for everyone else.
why the fuck do your have so many games in one sunday?
>use your hands all the time
The schedule is designed so teams get a fairly equal amount of time to rest and plan for the next game.
Yes, it would make more sense to spread games out more. Saturday is usually reserved for college football.
>>19076>Someone please explain to me what the difference between American football and rugby is.
Rugby is multiple rulesets (Rugby League and Rubgy Union) but some obvious common differences are:>no padding or helmets>no forward passes, passing needs to go straight or backwards>you need to actually place the ball on the ground to score>no timeouts, just half time break
makes sense, still wack
I caught a handegg game on TV, it said it was the pre season, WTF does that mean?
same as preseason in football (soccer), just games to warm up for the regular season. Basically to figure which players are gonna make the final roster and such.
That's the game little girls named "Kayleighee" play.
Ok Bruv, Let se you talk that qay after "kayleighee" kicks your unpadded ass in.
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