While not everyone is a fan of sport ball, there are those who rather enjoy watching games and learning the stats of teams and players. Many of those people play at home either for fun or with the intent to make it onto a team whether it be local or for the big leagues. When it comes to football, one of the most important aspects to master aside from endurance and running is the throw.
I fondly remember the childhood days of playing games outside until you could not see a foot in front of you. Neighborhood football, baseball, basketball or soccer games got everyone out of the house and active. That moment when parents started yelling “come home” out the door was always a sad moment. When mom said that it was pitch black out I never had a comeback better than “but moooommmm, the game’s not done!” Wish Reboot Sports was around in those days. We could have played all night.
The NFL season is underway! It is great to see the players duking it out. Die hard fans are showing their colors with the latest gear and gadgets sporting their team’s logo. With hats, jerseys, jackets and more fans express their true personalities. But why not take it to the next level and decorate your home? Hammacher Schlemmer has just the addition to show your spirit.
For the first time in history, the biggest game in the United States is going to be streamed live to computers and mobile devices.
Here is the catch. If you want to view the championship NFL game of the year on a mobile device, then you had better have a Verizon phone and access to the NFL Mobile app.
I suppose that we should have seen a streaming Superbowl coming, as NBC is already doing web streaming on Sunday Night broadcasts, and they happen to be the network that is televising the big game this year.
Sure, that Twitter thing has made our lives easier for others to keep track of, but the NFL isn’t really liking it too much.
The NFL has set up a new rule saying that players, coaches, as well as league officials are forbidden from posting tweets or Facebook updates 90 minutes before the game. They can all resume transmission after the post-game interviews are completed.
The old saying goes that “everything is bigger in Texas.” Well, that couldn’t be more true for the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium which promises to be the largest stadium ever built, with the largest support arches ever constructed, and doors that open on each end that could fit a DC-10 lengthwise and still have room for a forward pass over the middle.