Another awesome NFL game is headed to London, as the Dolphins and Jaguars do battle at Tottenham Stadium this Sunday.
The battle of Florida awaits, as does over 60,000 excited fans, as we break it all down in our Week 6 Preview podcast.
Wade and Ryan look at the upcoming match between Miami and Jacksonville in north London, as well as breaking down each week 6 game to make their score predictions for all the games.
Make sure you have a listen, a laugh and a cuddle for this one, as it has all the feels that you’re looking for.
Among some of the other things discussed in this episode includes:
It was a crazy week of NFL in London last week, and judging by what we’ve heard, you guys had fun, as well as some issues.
It’s London, and the NFL, so be prepared to be shocked by prices, forced into queues, and be subjected to a strict bag policy.
Let’s not forget that only a year ago we were dreaming of live events, so please plan ahead when you’re coming to the games.
Beer might be £1.99 up north, but you’re in London now baby. Get that £8 note ready.
If you’re looking to join us at the Sports Bar & Grill Old Street after the game, the easiest way is via Liverpool Street Overground or trains.
It’s 40 minutes direct, and only a 10 minute walk from Liverpool Street to Old Street to get to the pub.
As per the NFLUK and the TFL
The Victoria line will be very busy before and after the Game and fans are advised to travel from Liverpool Street station, if possible, with services to and from Northumberland Park station offering twice the capacity of services to and from White Hart Lane station.
An additional 80 stopping services will call at Northumberland Park, starting at 11.30am and finishing at 8.40pm, ensuring that even in the event of overtime, there is adequate capacity to return fans to Liverpool Street.
Looking to party after the game NFL style?
We got you covered!
The Sports Bar and Grill Clapham will be open before, after and during the games for all your NFL fun.
Located just on the high street, this lovely sports bar has cold beer, hot wings, and cool customers.
The pub is open until 11pm on Sunday.
Late night hawks will want to pop over to the Sports Bar & Grill Old Street, which not only boasts over 50 TVs showing the NFL, but it’s also open until 4am!
Plenty of time to get stuck in for some football shenanigans all night long!
Folks are booking their tables quickly, so get yours to avoid disappointment!
Fans looking for a way to avoid the crush of traffic to the game should consider the Princess Alexandra in Crouch End.
This traditional pub is not only open til 12:30am Monday mornings, but it’s a quick ride to both the stadium and central London.
Hit the Alex before the game, then grab the W3 bus directly to the stadium.
Just repeat and rinse on the way back, and you’ll be in the pub with a pint in your hand quicker than you can strip a hot wing of its meat.
Florida man fights Florida man in front of British people, could be the headline in this affair, as Tua returns to battle Trevor Lawrence.
Hardened NFL fans might point out that the two teams only have 1 win between them after 10 games, but casual fans are just happy to have the NFL back!
Ryan likes the Jags to get the W here, with Trevor Lawrence pulling out all the stops to get the home victory.
Wade thinks that the return of Tua plus the cloud over Urban’s head will be too much. Mike Gesicki will steal the show, as the Dolphins move on to claim their second win of the season.
Ryan-Jags 30 Dolphins 24
Wade-Dolphins 21 Jags 18
If you are going to the game, make sure that you join us after at one of the many parties we have going on.
It’s going to be a Sunday Funday!