And yes, you ARE that annoying to the rest of us.
And yes, you ARE that annoying to the rest of us.
Summer may be just around the corner, but it’s never too early to talk about NFL FOOTBALL.
True football fans live and breathe their favorite players and teams 24/7. And, as we all know, some teams are better than others when it comes to who’s winning the popularity game.
It’s been oft-said that the DALLAS COWBOYS are “AMERICA’S TEAM”, at least when it comes to football.
The Atlanta Braves claimed the same title for themselves for their ubiquitousness of games seen nationally on SUPERSTATION TBS back in the day.
Over the years, there has been more and more calls to the NFL and the Washington Redskins organization about the offensive name “Redskins” for the Washington team mascot.
Even President Barack Obama has voiced his opinion on the subject.
With the Super Bowl around the corner, there are the usual suspects playing in this year’s playoffs: the Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots, Denver Broncos… and the Carolina Panthers?
Seemingly forgotten as a viable team this year, the Panthers started off the season at 1-3 before going on a winning tear through their opponents – finishing the season at the top of their division, the number 2 seed in the conference, and with a first round bye.
We all watch football every weekend, right?
And if not football every week, you at least watch the Super Bowl with your friends or family. And who can’t remember the classic sounds of Howard Cosell calling a sporting event that big? It was magic, wasn’t it?
Now that NFL football season is here, let’s take a look at some more interesting information that could help you in your future career as an NFL Talent Agent as you work your Fantasy Football team up.
It’s well known that the NFL and the NCAA both frown upon the large amount of office pool sports betting that goes on during their major events: the Super Bowl and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament aka March Madness.
Add to the mix that the high stakes, unregulated dollars are being done mostly in an illegal fashion (that is, sports betting run by individuals may be illegal where you live), you can see why those organizations and local governments may be a bit concerned about the situation.
There’s a reason that the entire world stops their day-to-day life and all attention turns to Super Sunday to watch the Best Two Teams in Football duke it out in the Super Bowl each year.
It’s because everybody knows that football – and the Super Bowl – are awesome.
How do we know? We have proof!
Have you ever been to the Super Bowl?
The answer is probably going to be “likely not”, due to a number of reasons – not the least of which is how much money it can cost to purchase a single Super Bowl game ticket.
Thanks to all of you who took the time to visit WEB WATCH in 2012.
For those of you who weren’t able to read Web Watch every day, here’s a quick look at what everyone took a look at while they were here.
Now that it’s officially the NFL (and college) Football Season, office workers and neighbors around the country have all finalized their Fantasy Football teams and are ready to begin the competition.
You’ve read Web Watch’s guide to picking the Ultimate Fantasy Football Team Name, so now it’s time to take your Fantasy Football League to the next level.
One question that Web Watch hears a lot from our friends is “Why do some businesses use the term THE BIG GAME or PIGSKIN PARTY, while others use the term SUPER BOWL in their promotional material?” We’ve noticed this ourselves, and are often amused at the lengths some companies go to in associating themselves as being a part of the Professional Football Championship Game without actually mentioning any of the NFL’s trademarks.
Web Watch is not a lawyer, nor are we involved/affiliated with the Super Bowl, the NFL, and its various properties – but we can certainly share some of the things that we’ve learned over the years. Take the following as helpful suggestions, but if you are planning on using any of the NFL’s trademarks yourself – you may want to check with your own legal department and/or followup with the NFL themselves for your own DOs and DONTs list. Continue reading WHEN CAN WE USE THE PHRASE “SUPER BOWL”? AND OTHER SUPER LEGALITIES YOU SHOULD BE AWARE OF
Web Watch loves watching the Super Bowl. Yeah, we don’t often care what teams are playing – although we always cheer for the NFC – but we love the glory, the spectacle, the over-excess of the event itself.
And yes, we even get to watch a decent commercial or two.
The Big Game, Pigskin Party, Gridiron Madness — whatever you end up calling the Super Bowl, there is typically one thing on everybody’s mind when Super Bowl weekend comes barrelling through: HOW DO YOU THROW THE ULTIMATE SUPER BOWL PARTY? Continue reading WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO THROW THE ULTIMATE SUPER BOWL PARTY? LOTS OF MONEY.
Thanks to everyone who took the time to visit Web Watch in 2011. For those of you who haven’t been able to visit every day, let’s take a look at what you did come and see while you were here:
The top ten most viewed Web Watch articles for 2011 were: Continue reading YEAR IN REVIEW: 2011′S MOST POPULAR WEB WATCH ARTICLES AND SEARCHES