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For those of you who are already football fans, you know what I’m talking about. What better way to spend 3 hours of your Sunday than watching your favorite team on TV? Or maybe more, if you catch the other games. What else does someone possibly have to do on a Sunday? Clean the garage? Go to the mall? I think not. Let’s face it, you worked hard all week; all you want to do is sit back, relax and enjoy the game. Or games.
For those of you who are not currently fans and are not following this routine, my question to you is WHY NOT?? There is no other game quite like football. Every week, stadiums across the country, from one coast to the other are filled to capacity; millions of fans are glued to their TV’s watching the game. Every year, people gear up for the Super Bowl, the biggest party of the year. So, there must be something to this game, right?
Maybe you’ve tried watching games and just don’t understand it. Let’s face it, if you don’t understand something, you’re probably not going to enjoy it very much, and football is no exception. But millions of others have learned the game, so why not you?
Maybe you don’t like the violence. Football is, by its nature a violent game. But, that’s what draws so many people to it. It’s not for the meek. But there is much more to football than its violent nature. In no other professional sport do you see 300 lb + athletes run like deer. And in no other sport do you see such precision, with 11 teammates working together like a well oiled machine.
Or maybe you’re just not a sports fan. If that’s the case, now’s the time to become one! I’ve been a self admitted “sports nut” my whole life, following baseball, basketball, hockey and football. Trust me when I tell you, there is no game like football. Just give it a chance!
Bottom line, if you aren’t watching football, for whatever the reason, now’s the time to start! Join the crowd and get ready for some NFL action!
If you need some assistance, check out “It’s Football, Not Rocket Science!” my beginner’s guide to professional football, available at www.learnprofootball.com
Best of luck.
write by Albert Marske Jr