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Big Sunday Football Game


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  • Football on a board
  • Running, kicking and passing game
  • Penalties, fumbles, sacks, interceptions, blocked kicks,safety and run backs for touchdowns
  • Can be played by all ages
  • Made and assembled in America
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000KYOH2I
  • Item model number: 2
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #386,631 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Big Sunday is football on a board. Everything you can think of except audibles.Running game, kicking game, passing game. Penalties, fumbles, sacks, interceptions, blocked kicks,safety, run back for touchdown, officials mistake must pick up flag so penalty is ignored. It has everything. Here is what Mike White, Superbowl winning coach had to say about Big Sunday. "In our mechanized world, Big Sunday is a throwback to the family oriented activity around the dinner table. It can be played by all ages and will match all types of skill levels. In my opinion it is the closest thing to real football. It has all the strategy and flow of an actual game. Players are involved in play selection, defensive deployment, down and distance, and all varieties of scoring combinations.It also includes fumbles, penalties, use of clock and time outs, a complete kicking game and the exciting 2-minute warning."

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Customer Reviews

Big Sunday applies actual strategy just like real life football!
THOMAS J. CONNARE Jr.
I thought it would be a good learning game, but he doesn't really like it, and I find it has kind of simple minded mechanical outcomes that are not very exciting.
packer fan
Big Sunday has offense, defense, kicking and many scoring combinations.
Randy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Wolfram Bosch on January 18, 2010
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I own and play many board games, and for this price you should get a lot more. If what you did get was at least adequate for a good gaming experience, then I'd be satisfied. But with the tiny die cut cardbpard pieces and too-small board, even careful players are in constant danger of knocking the scrimmage and first down markers way out of place. A forty-something dollar game could have cured this by making the field bigger and/or making these very important markers plastic & pegged. (Compare with other similarly priced games, and you'll see how very meager the included components are)

Also the rules are minimal & confusing, even if you kinow the rules for football very well. For instance, you have a cardboard score card with boxes for things like downs, time-outs, etc. But how do you use it? What boxes are for what? Do you write on it? With what? A dry-erase pen, a grease pencil, a wet-erase? Needless to say, no writing utensil is supplied.

And the rules are weird. 4 "drives" per quater, then at the end of each half, the timer starts at the 2-minute warning... meaning you will know exactly who will have the ball at the 2mw, and it will be at the start of the possession. Boring. There are only 5 generic defnsive plays, but they are made slightly more interesting by adding a card representing which offensive player is being "targeted." There are 7 such cards. All this targeting does, though, is halve the yardage gained if you guess the central player correctly.

Penalties, the much touted feature of this game, are little more than a totally random nuisance. When they crop up, the type of penalty and the offender have absolutely nothing to do with what plays happened. It's a one-size-fits-all, totally random, table.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By packer fan on February 6, 2012
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I bought this for my 11 year old son who is a football nut. I thought it would be a good learning game, but he doesn't really like it, and I find it has kind of simple minded mechanical outcomes that are not very exciting. The instructions are a bit confusing and will have to be read and re-read by an adult before they are fully understood.

The game is OK, but not great.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ashley Mosharrafa on January 23, 2012
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I bought this for my 5 yr old son that loves and watches a lot of football. He loves the game but be warned that it plays slow at that age and requires a lot of explanation. Overall it's a fun game to play together and my husband thinks it's great.
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5 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Richard Martin Leep - Publishing Editor, Greater Games Industry on February 8, 2010
I highly recommend Big Sunday. The game has won several awards including The National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval, they write "...Big Sunday proves that it is worth the investment in time especially if you are already a football fan, no matter what your age" and the Mr. Dad seal of approval who had this to say about Big Sunday "Our panel evaluated many products and found this game to be among the very best at helping dads to not only stay involved with their children, but to improve the quality of that time spent together".

Emilie Hill, columnist for TDmonthly Magazine comment "On the outside, Big Sunday appears to be a simple football board game. However, once opened, it's clear that it's more complex than that. The game is a good way to learn the more intricate strategies involved in football."

Thumbs up all around to the creators of Big Sunday on producing a Big Winner!

-Richard Martin Leep
Publishing Editor for
Greater Games Industry
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