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    Viewer's Choice: Pick your favorite America's Game

    Viewer's Choice: Pick your favorite America's Game

    Starting at 6 a.m. ET on July 4 (Complete listings), NFL Network will be airing 48 consecutive hours of the Emmy award-winning series America's Game, including America's Game: The Super Bowl Champions and America's Game: The Missing Rings.

    In addition to the America's Game marathon, NFL Network will also air a "viewer's choice" episode on Monday, July 6, at 8 p.m. ET (and re-airing at 12 a.m. ET). Please select an episode from the list below by voting in the poll on the bottom right hand side of the page.


    Which 'America's Game' episode do you most want to see?


    1972 Miami Dolphins

    1976 Oakland Raiders

    1982 Washington Redskins

    1986 New York Giants

    1988 Cincinnati Bengals

    1992 Dallas Cowboys

    1994 San Francisco 49ers

    1998 Denver Broncos

    2001 New England Patriots

    2005 Pittsburgh Steelers

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    #24 Jersey


    Holy crap, the Bengals won the Super Bowl in '88? I gotta get my head checked because I don't remember that happening.
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    1988 Cincinnati Bengals
    From America's Game: The Missing Rings comes the greatest teams never to win a Super Bowl. From the "Ickey Shuffle" to a crushing defeat in Super Bowl XXIII, re-live the story of the 1988 Bengals with NFL MVP Boomer Esiason, All-Pro defensive tackle Tim Krumrie and head coach Sam Wyche. Narrated by Ed Harris
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