Author: Sorting Last Post on Top Message:
JEQUERIDA SparkPoints: (13,888)
Fitness Minutes: (24,066)
Posts: 23
2/1/12 1:07 P

Will definitely miss football... least there's still hockey for a while

BOSTONCHOPS SparkPoints: (0)
Fitness Minutes: (55)
Posts: 28
1/27/12 8:10 A

Yeah, It does suck. My New England Patriots hopefully win this damn superbowl again. I am praying. After that game lose or win, I will be bored on sundays, which is my relax watch football day.

UVLAX22 Posts: 31
1/24/12 7:35 P

Yeah, college basketball is generally boring until March Madness (then it's over), and I've lost all love for the NBA and don't even have a team anymore. What's worse, after basketball ends, the only sport you have left for three months is two guys playing catch for three hours. I always hate it when football season ends.

MANDALORE Posts: 1,251
1/24/12 1:00 P

i don't watch much pro BB, and collage bb at tourney time, to busy outdoors for baseball season, so football will be missed,


emoticon

LUTECROY SparkPoints: (3,850)
Fitness Minutes: (2,759)
Posts: 19
1/24/12 11:59 A

We are about to enter the worst part of the year. I hate it.

WALLY828 SparkPoints: (14,438)
Fitness Minutes: (45,851)
Posts: 53
1/23/12 2:57 P

Funny post! I love football, but my sport is college basketball, so I'll be a happy camper for the next couple of months. I have a friend who is the biggest fan of any fan I've ever met, and he likes the NY Giants...he started crying when they won yesterday lol! HE will definitely be unhappy when the season ends (not as much if the Giants win)...He LIVES for the NY Giants!

ERICWS SparkPoints: (8,307)
Fitness Minutes: (22,220)
Posts: 1,537
1/23/12 12:07 P

@BMB- I hear what you are saying. I've been amazed actually at how many people are fanatics in terms of folloing spectator sports like the NFL, and yet so many of those fans have ZERO interest or motivation to excercise themselves.

You'd think it would be the opposite. the celebration of sports leading to a desire to want to stay reasonably fit and get moving. Maybe the thrill of living vicariously through the players meets a psychological need to exercise in some?!

Edited by: ERICWS at: 1/23/2012 (12:18)
NOSTROMO Posts: 79
1/22/12 5:19 P

I'm actually looking forward to it. Never was one of my favorite sports.

EASTENDCLAM Posts: 1,951
1/22/12 3:58 P

I'll miss it for a few Sundays but the honeydo list is piling up so end of the season gets me back into project mode and that's cool.

BREWMASTERBILL SparkPoints: (31,080)
Fitness Minutes: (12,713)
Posts: 4,110
1/4/12 10:37 A

I'm looking forward to the end of it. We usually try to organize some pickup games on the weekends and people would rather sit on their duffs and watch football than play. I never understood it, but all I know is that it will be easier to get some additional physical activity in when the season is over.

ERICWS SparkPoints: (8,307)
Fitness Minutes: (22,220)
Posts: 1,537
1/4/12 9:35 A

I am a football fanatic, no doubt.

But I love English soccer (my favorite thing to do is watch an early Saturday morning game while exercising and then having a solid breakfast with a huge cup of coffee), NHL, and college hoops, so I am fine with the season ending too.

N0_EQL Posts: 625
1/4/12 6:33 A

Don't end until some time in May.

NFL gives way to Area football who's season will be starting very soon. :)


REDDIERAZORBACK Posts: 691
1/3/12 10:29 P

I am

Page: 1 of (1)  




Other The Guys' Lounge Topics:

Topics: Last Post:
College Basketball: Who makes final four? 12/22/2010 7:59:34 AM
Bad day at work 6/20/2011 8:58:17 PM
Big Ten 25% of sweet 16, 50% form Midwest! 3/21/2012 3:39:26 PM
plz, don't get rid of the "points" threads... 11/27/2012 5:30:42 PM
Lock and Load- How to overcome excuses. 10/19/2010 2:00:03 PM

Diet Resources: tips for face beauty | beauty tips skin | tips for beauty skin