Well Week 1 of the NFL season has come and gone and alreday all eyes are on the second week’s games. Whether it’s the Fins trying to make it two-for-two on the road at Minnesota, the Jets trying to bounce back against the Pats, or even the Manning Bowl on Sunday night, there are plenty of games to look forward to.
Still, though, this past off-season has been a wild one, and as Sam Madison is about to tell you, he is fired up for all of the summer storylines to play out this fall!
Guest Blog, by Sam Madison
When every NFL season begins we as players and fans have our hopes set on one thing: bringing home the Championship! We scream and yell over March Madness. We jump to watch the NBA Finals. Enjoy the Home Run Derby and love watching the kids of The Little League World Series during the summer.
That said, I believe this NFL offseason has been the most fun-filled and thrilling in the last 10 years. With the Ocho Cinco show “The Biggest Catch” hooking up with the T.O. Show in Cincinnati; the Arizona Cardnals divorce of Matt Leinart; Brett Favre holding up the Vikings, again!
And there are crazy questions, too, like what are Steve Smith of the Panthers and Albert Haynesworth of the Redskins thinking about??? And how could the Jets and an ex-Fin team up? Come on, Jason Taylor!
All of this happens because its sports. Amazing!!! We’re only one week into the NFL season, but do you still feel the same way about your team as you did before last weeks kickoff? Do you still feel they can win it all? Enjoy the week and the rest of the season!
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