Is It Just Me OR Did The NFL Lose My Interest
Original post made by Main Street Jay Walker on Aug 2, 2011
I started to wonder if my Sunday mornings, noon's and nights might be better spent talking with my kids, eating brunch with my wife or even taking a walk in the garden and smelling the roses. Now that the talks are over and the pre-season is heating up, for some reason I remain limp and unexcited about the fall debut of my favorite sport, the best sport in the entire universe. My question is simple: Is anyone else feeling this sense of apathy of the pending NFL season or is it just me?
on Aug 3, 2011 at 8:29 am
Nothing limp about NFL as far as I'm concerned. What's better than downfield penetration on the way to scoring big time? Also, I do confess to getting excited when I'm lying in bed at night thinking about all the money the owners have.
on Aug 3, 2011 at 8:33 am
I don't feel your sense of apathy on this one. I am just glad that the season is back on for this year and the labor disputes are behind us. Sunday football is an institution in this household, so no apathy here, just looking forward to watching the Bay Area teams, no matter how well they play, it is still football and a passion.
Even with our teams not contending for the last decade, you still get to see championship teams come in and play nonetheless. And like they say... on any Sunday... anyone can win.
on Aug 3, 2011 at 10:36 am
I love all sports. Yes looking forward to football season. Yes these guys make a lot of $$$, but they also work real hard at it. They're working out rigth now as I type this comment. I know. I'm a graduate of The University of Texas in Physical therapy. In 1994 I fortunately got a job as a Physical therapist for the Dallas Cowboys. They were all great guys. We had a saying about the off season. "There is no off season". We all work hard all year round, and the players worked harder than anybody else. At least I got a share of some of the $, and experience. I have a private practice now. Thank you Football.