Are you a fan of the NFL? Can’t get enough (American) football in your life? Could you watch some of your favorite team’s greatest moments over and over and over again? You’re in luck! The NFL, for the first time ever, will be posting three complete games from each of the league’s 32 teams on its YouTube channel for all to enjoy. Even better? Fans can vote for the three games that will be posted.
Fans can vote for their favorite games by visiting NFL.COM/YOUTUBEGAMES. The page provides links to each team’s Facebook page where a poll is posted asking fans to vote for their favorite game. The 3 most-voted games per franchise (5 options are provided in each poll) will be uploaded to the NFL’s official YouTube account (youtube.com/nfl) prior to the start of the 2016 season.
It should come as no surprise that some of the most iconic games from each franchise have been chosen for voting purposes. The Titans have games like the Music City Miracle game, the Patriots have been so good recently that three of their five options are Super Bowl games. My Bears have a couple of fantastic options, including Super Bowl XX, and the 2006 Monday Night Football game against the Arizona Cardinals. For those who may not remember, that game sparked this epic meltdown from then Cardinals coach Dennis Green:
That sort of thing will happen when your team blows a 20 point lead and the comeback is ultimately highlighted by Devin Hester returning a punt 83 yards for a touchdown (man he was great).
What games do you want to see up on the NFL’s YouTube page? Are there any games that missed the cut? Tell us what you think in the comments section below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.