By Josh Kramer
For the first time since the beginning of September, there will be no organized football games to speak of. America’s favorite sport will now go into hibernation until training camp and spring ball begins. After last night’s “Super” spectacle in which Eli Manning outdid Tom Brady, watching the pigskin get tossed around every Saturday and Sunday will be sorely missed. But on to the next one. Here are the events to keep an eye on.
5. Despite much indecision and turmoil in the form of a 130 day lockout leading up to the 92nd NFL season, the 2011/2012 NFL season did not disappoint by any means. If anything, the sport grew in popularity. ESPN proclaimed this the “Year of the Quarterback.” I think without question, next year should be the “Year of the Tight End.” Continue reading