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Football is by far the most popular sport in the U.S. but is also quite popular across the world. With a ardent fan base and some of the wealthiest players in the universe, Football's lineage can be traced back to the early part of the twentieth century when a number of leagues started cropping up in varied parts across the states.
These days the NFL, or National Football League, has become the best-known sports leagues in the universe and, depending on where you live in the states, if you are a football fan you generally have defined and unmistakable alliances to the particular team that either plays in your city or a neighboring one.
For example, if you live in Cincinnati you are probably a Bengals fan. Bengals fans are, to put it gently, extremely appreciative of their team and have zero problem making their opinion known about how great it is and how capable the Cincinnati Bengals players are. They will say that if you are an Cincinnati Bengals fan you bleed Bengals colors and, frankly, I for one would not want to test this theory on any lifelong Bengals fan come game time.
There are 32 teams across the country that play in the NFL and your alliances most assuredly will be formed based on either where you grew up or where you were born. This actually makes for very interesting and gut wrenching games because, since Americans tend to move quite frequently, you may sometimes find many fans of one city's team located in a different area but still cheering for "their" team when they are in town to play the local team.
Some states, and indeed some cities, have more than one NFL team that represents them. usually you find one of these teams representing the NFC, or National Football Conference, while the other represents the Atlantic Football Conference, or AFC.
Paul Brown, who left the Cleveland Browns following the 1962 season with an NFL record of 115-49-6, seven conference titles, and three NFL championships, had the urge to get back into football. His son Mike did a study on pro football expansion and recommended Cincinnati as a potential site. In 1965, Brown met with Ohio Governor James Rhodes and the two agreed the state could accommodate a second pro football team.
1966 - Fearful the Reds baseball team would leave town and feeling pressure from local businessmen pushing for a pro football franchise, Cincinnati's city council approved the construction of Riverfront Stadium.
1967 - Brown's group was awarded an AFL expansion franchise. Brown called the team the Bengals, the name of Cincinnati's pro teams in the old AFL of the late 1930s. The Cincinnati Bengals logo is what the team uses today.
SURVEY RANKS PBS AS NATION'S TOP FOOTBALL VENUE 2/8/07: Paul Brown Stadium - the Cincinnati Bengal Stadium is the only football stadium to make a list of "America's favorite 150 buildings and structures," according to a Harris Interactive survey. PBS ranked 101st on the list, whose range included all manner of major structures - skyscrapers, museums, churches, hotels, bridges, national memorials and more. No other football stadium was voted among the top 150, and among all sports venues, only Wrigley Field (31) and Yankee Stadium (84) ranked higher than PBS.
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