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Gameday experience: How do you watch the Raiders? (part 1)

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Football, for many die-hard fans, can almost be a religious experience... especially when it comes to your favorite team. This will be a two-part series, and for Part 1, we want to hear about your game-day setup.

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Do you have a man-cave decked out with a 50" plasma? Do you have your favorite seat at the local sports bar? Are you tailgating in the parking lot and then listening on the radio? What is it, I must know.

For me, I'm typically working - S&BP main page, Twitter, Facebook, etc - sometimes from the press box and sometimes from home. No charred meat on a grill for me. It's either a stadium dog with chips and a Pepsi or nothing for me. My set-up at home is a 42" HD TV (I know, that's probably tiny compared to some of you) and/or my laptop to follow along.

Your game ritual is probably a great deal more fun than mine. Whether in the parking lot before the game and in the crowd cheering the Raiders on or at home feasting on your fingernails.

For next week's post (Part 2), we will focus on rituals, superstitions, etc., but right now, I want to hear about your setup. Big screen? Sports bar? Tailgate?

How do YOU watch the Raiders?

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