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Not sure how many people were shocked (and perhaps simultaneously bored by the performance of the Seahawks), but that should inspire everyone - an underdog with a "why not me" mentality can get you anywhere. If you really put your mind and effort to it, you can be the best team made out of ... rejects as they put it themselves.

Good luck to everyone with the upcoming decisions and interview invites - good luck and it can be you!
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:cry: sad that my Broncos got comprehensively demolished

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New post 03 Feb 2014, 04:57
How does American football work?

Can someone give me a brief about the rules and gameplay?? Wikipedia is a bit too long and confusing...
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Ha ha. Yes. It is quite complex.

It is similar to rugby in many ways (though not identical). The goal is to drive the ball to the end of the field. That's the basics. Then it gets more intricate. The opposing team can intercept the ball in a number of ways, there are kicks for he the points as compared to the touch down. (3 points for a kick vs 6 for a touch down).

The game is 4quarters 15 mins each but the game lasts 3 hours :-)
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