The International Series games at Wembley get under way next week and it looks to be one of the most competitive contests we have seen.
Since the games were started in 2007 when the Dolphins took on the Giants there have been a few blowouts, most notably for the Patriots against the Rams and the Buccaneers.
Will we see something similar this year? Well maybe not that high scoring but the Steelers v Vikings game at the end of September looks to be evenly matched and it is very likely that it would come down to one score.
In fact Jacksonville will be coming to London for the next four years so it will be interesting to see how they progress and show some signs of improvement.
Lots of people wonder why there is never more evenly matched games or even big rivalries that are brought over to the UK.
The answer is simple, the top teams do not want to give up home field advantage in what could turn out to be an important game in their season. We have seen the likes of the 49ers, Broncos and Patriots come over for games but they will always be the away team.
I think the UK fan base are just excited that they get to see regular season NFL action twice a season and you never know it might be a lot more in the coming years.
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