Surviving the Football Off-Season

As a die hard romabet سایت fan myself, the summer months are some of the longest and most boring months of the year as I countdown the days until the NFL’s and NCAA’s opening weekends. Just the thought of all the open field hits, deep passes to streaking wide outs and countless end zone celebrations has me giddy with excitement. In this article I hope to share some of my secrets on how to cope without football in your life and help the summer months go by a little quicker so that we can get back to tailgating and painting our faces.

One way that I stay current on my football news is to follow several football blogs online covering my favorite teams and addressing all the NFL rumors and football news. This offers a great way to interact with other football fans as well and helps get me talking and thinking about football again. Along with online football blogs you watch television shows such as ESPN’s NFL Live for your updated NFL news and rumors.

Another way that I satisfy my football urges during the off-season is to go to video websites such as YouTube or Google Video and search for highlights of past football games. This is a great way to wax nostalgic about previous season’s triumphs or to open some sore wounds by reliving past heart wrenching defeats. Either way this is a another good way to get your football fix.

One final way to survive the football off-season is to purchase pre-season magazines. These periodicals cover all of the off-season moves your favorite teams have made and help cut down the amount of time that is actually involved with the off-season. These are a great source of football news and NFL rumors and offer a fantastic way to get you caught up on all the NFL stories of the off-season. Since these publications come out in mid summer they greatly reduce the length of time we must wait before in depth relevant football news is being reported. I hope these tricks will help ease your pain of not having any football in your life during the sweltering summer months. Here’s to Labor Day getting here as quick as possible!

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