Thursday marks the official kickoff of the 2015 NFL season, as the Pittsburgh Steelers take on Tom Brady's New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
NBC will broadcast the kickoff game tonight at 8:30 pm, ET
But if you can't watch the game live, there are plenty of other ways to keep the team spirit alive, namely by licensed NFL gear, an estimated $100 million dollar business and growing.
At Amazon's NFL fan shop, team loyalists can choose between thousands of items for sale, ranging from jerseys and hats to collectibles and memorabilia.
One of the most unusual items offered up include a range of officially licensed NFL toasters that emblazon team logos onto bread, waffles or pastry.
Prices range from $55.05 for a Green Bay Packers' toaster to deeply discounted $9.99 for a New York Jets model.
But if toast is not your jam, there are a dizzying number of other ways football fans can share their passion with the world.
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Consider the $35 billion dollar business of tailgating, with the average NFL fan spending an estimated $588 per season on food, drinks and supplies, ranging from portable grills, chairs and utensils.
Catering heavily to these millions of tailgaters who swarm stadiums each fall, is NFLShop.com, the official online store of the NFL, with 12,259 team-themed tailgating items for sale.