Dates and times for the NFL's 2014 International Series are now set! Last year, over 170,000 fans made their way to Wembley Stadium to watch the Steelers take on the Vikings, and the 49ers take on the Jaguars. In 2014, there will be three games played at Wembley Stadium, when the Miami Dolphins play the Oakland Raiders on Sept. 28, before the Atlanta Falcons take on the Detroit Lions on Oct. 26. The 2014 International Series will conclude on Nov. 9, when the Jacksonville Jaguars take on "America's Team," the Dallas Cowboys!
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The first of three games in the NFL's 2014 International Series pits the Miami Dolphins against the Oakland Raiders. Neither the Dolphins or Raiders have made the playoffs in each of the last five seasons, but do boast two of the most dedicated and loyal fanbases in all of sports -- and both franchises are on the verge of turning their fortunes around.
The Dolphins finally have a franchise quarterback for the first time since Dan Marino retired. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill has shown that he has the ability to play at a very high level. Now entering his third NFL season in 2014, the expectations are that Tannehill will lead the Dolphins back to the playoffs, and dethrone the New England Patriots atop the AFC East.
Oakland landed its new quraterback in an offseason deal with the Houston Texans, acquiring Matt Schaub. Oakland has two of the NFL's most dynamic running backs to complement Schaub, with Darren McFadden and the newly-signed Maurice Jones-Drew.
A game featuring two iconic franchises on the rise is a game you won't want to miss! Buy your Raiders-Dolphins tickets at Ticket Liquidator, and watch an NFL game in London!
The NFL has been dominated by superior quarterback play in recent years -- and what better what to showcase that in London than with the Lions and Falcons?
Matthew Stafford will lead Detroit's high-octane offensive attack at Wembley Stadium, and undoubtedly, he'll look to Calvin "Megatron" Johnson's way throughout the game. Stafford and Johnson are one of the NFL's best quarterback-wide receiver duos -- and will show European fans how exciting the NFL's passing game truly is.
Not to be outdone, the Falcons have Matt Ryan and Julio Jones, also one of the NFL's best quarterback-wide receiver duos in the league. Ryan also has the seemingly ageless Roddy White at his disposal.
Fans lucky enough to head out to Wembley Stadium to watch the Falcons and Lions square off will be in for an offensive show -- and this could very well be the best game in the NFL's International Series history! Don't wait -- buy your tickets to see the Lions-Falcons game in London at Ticket Liquidator!
"America's Team" will head overseas to the United Kingdom to wrap up the 2014 NFL International Series, as the Dallas Cowboys will take on the upstart Jacksonville Jaguars!
After three straight 8-8 seasons, Jerry Jones' Dallas Cowboys are ready to rise from mediocrity, and return to the playoffs. Tony Romo will once again lead Dallas' offense, and he'll have the explosive Dez Bryant at his disposal. Romo is a unique quarterback -- as he can make all the routine throws, but also has an uncanny ability to improvise when his offensive line breaks down.
The Jaguars are a team that's certainly on the rise. Now in his second year as head coach, Gus Bradley should expect to see major improvement from the Jaguars, as they look to slowly build their way up to playoff contention. Wide receiver Justin Blackmon is one of the best young receivers in all of football -- and don't be surprised if the Jaguars draft a big-name quarterback in the first round of the NFL Draft to become the new face of the franchise!
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