Every NFL team has its own site, but the standard fare at these on-line tailgates-stats, injury reports, feel-good features—is as predictable as a winning quarterback taking a knee late in the game. Some cyberteams throw a little razzle-dazzle into their game plans, though. Here are some of the more interesting and offbeat links to be found.
Don't want to be seen at Jack Kent Cooke Stadium these days? You can wallow in the winless Redskins' misery at home by visiting their Gametime link (above) on Sundays, where, thanks to laptop-toting techies wandering in the stands, you can watch live footage of the scene and commiserate with fans on the inside.
It's hard for Texas Stadium fans to watch the game when their binoculars are trained on the Cowboys' cheerleaders. Luckily, the 'Boys devote almost as much cyberspace to the squad as they do the team. Log on for bios, off-field appearances and, most important, up-close photos.
Rabid Browns backers impatiently awaiting the team's debut in 1999 can call up Cleveland's Construction Cam to monitor progress on their soon-to-be-finished stadium; the images are updated every minute, every day.
sites we'd like to see
On-line therapy group for disconsolate Padres fans.
Dominique Moceanu's tips for rebellious teens.