Discussion in 'Archive: The Arena' started by Squishy_Vic, Nov 16, 2006.
NHL: San Jose Sharks
MLB: San Francisco Giants
NFL: San Francisco 49ers
New York Jets
oh how frustrating it is....
St. Louis Cardinals
Texas A&M (My school)
Oh, this is hard...
Ice-Hockey NHL ? Toronto Maple Leafs (what? most of the palyer in there are Swedish and come from my favorite Swedish team, that's how I got my eyes on them in the first place)
Ice-Hockey International (or whatever I should call it) ? Sweden
Ice-Hockey Allsvenskan (Swedish Hockey) ? DjurgÃ¥rden
Football?sorry, soccer, (Football the European way)? Sweden.
?okay, so maybe not that hard.
Well, I?m Swedish and I love Ice-Hockey so there you go.
Baseball: Detroit Tigers
Football: Detroit Lions (Pain....thy name is Lion.)
Hockey: Detroit Red Wings
Are you noticing a pattern here?
I grew up very close to the Detroit area.
Which means you should be gearing up for tomorrow's game and the 8 legged turkey they always present or however many legs it has.
MLB: Braves, Brewers, Red Sox... and any team playing the Yankees, Mets or Twins. I prefer the National League (esp. no DH).
NFL: Packers. Not fond of Vikings or Cowboys. Other than the Packers, I like watching the AFC West matchups.
NBA: Bucks, back in the days when Don Nelson was the coach and they always ran up against Larry Bird and/or Dr. J in the playoffs. I don't watch any NBA anymore, though.
NFL: Cleveland Browns, Indy Colts
NBA: Cleveland Cavs
I really only watch football, but I tend to look at the score of the cavs.
My overall favorite team is my Twins. Only way I don't go to a home game is If I work. I'm also a big Wild fan, and am trying to tough it out with my Vikes, Gophers, and Wolves
MLB: Milwaukee Brewers, just once I'd like to hear at the end of September "playoff tickets go on sale tomorrow."
NBA: Milwaukee Bucks-Going to be a long season this year, truthfully I'm really not a big NBA fan.
NFL: Green Bay Packers-Rough two years around these parts. I still love Favre and the way he plays. And the AJ Hawk could really be something special.
College Football-Wisconsin Badgers-A team that could potentially finish in the top five yet no BCS bid, something ain't right. Florida State Seminoles-The team needs a shakeup.
College Basketball-Wisconsin and the Marquette Warriors(to me that's their name)-When the two play I'll cheer for Wisconsin, though.
College Football: Penn State
College Basketball: Pittsburgh
MLB: Cleveland Indians
I tend to only watch college sports, and the NFL, although I don't have a favorite team in the NFL.
College Sports: Clemson
English Soccer: West Bromwich
MLB: Florida Marlins
NFL: Miami Dolphins
College Football: FSU
NBA: Miami Heat
College Basketball: UF
College Baseball: FSU
MLS-Red Bull New York
That's way too many there, dork. Good thing the Miller Lite Man Law presrcibing one team per sport does not apply to you.
MLB: New York Mets
NHL: New York Rangers:
NFL: New York Jets
NBA: New Jersey (Brooklyn one of these decades) Nets
NCAAF: Penn State
Premiereship: I am sympathetic to my brother's favorite team, Manchester United.
See, that's why I bolded my absolute favorites. I can make the hard decisions when I have to.
Okay, but with regards to the Niners and Seahawks, how can you be sympathetic to two teams in the same division? Do you hope for splits every year?
The Hawks were still in the AFC West when I moved to Seattle and became a fan. When they moved over to the NFC, I was pissed for exactly that reason.
Niners will always come first, though.
I never knew that of the Seahawks until today. I guess you do learn something new everyday. Thank you imperial_dork!
MLB- Boston Red Sox
NFL- New England Patriots
NBA- Boston Celtics
MLS- New England Revolution
NCAA sports- UCONN
Why didn't you just register here as New_England_Jedi? Admit it, you just wanted New York in your name to get attention.
its a long story. And I'll be honest, I don't really remember WHY I chose that. Probably because it sounded better than Connecticut_Jedi.
This makes think as to why Rescue Me is set in NYC, despite the fact that Denis Leary is from Boston, and is very much is proud of that fact.