Hey, is the table top game better then the pc one?!?
Depends. It's a more expensive investment, a full team will cost you in the $50-70 range. The boxed set is slightly more than that but comes with Orcs and Humans, looking at the GW site now it's $82.50. Depending on whether there's an existing league around, you might not have to buy the board or rules, just a team.
If you want to paint them, the paints and brushes aren't cheap, but the time investment is bigger.
The other drawback of the board game is the lack of competition. I played back in college, when we could usually round up 10-20 people and form a league. Outside of that, it can be difficult to find a gaming community. Playing the same 3-4 people over and over gets old fast. The NAF runs tournaments as well, but not often and they're sometimes remote.
On the other hand, it's a really fun time to play Blood Bowl and be able to speak to a human being across the table. You can really psych people out, talk trash, it's a totally different feeling. It gets better with more people as well, the Gaming Club in college had a large room with gaming tables, you could often go watch a game of blood bowl, have your friends watch you play, it's a great time. I think this social aspect of Blood Bowl is what got a lot of current players started. There's a tough learning curve and it's easier to stick it out when you're surrounded by friends.
The upside to the PC game is the community. Doesn't matter where you are, what time of day it is, as long as you have an internet connection, you can be playing Blood Bowl in a matter of minutes. Don't like your team? Roll a new one, it takes almost no time and costs nothing, as opposed to $50+ and a week or two of painting.
Most of the games I play online now are in a private league with the same folks I started Blood Bowl with in college ... plus a few we've picked up. We are spread across 9 time zones by now and it would be completely impossible without some kind of internet-based solution.