Starting Thursday September 10th, the NFL returns to televisions worldwide. Sunday is no longer just another day in the week as a large slate of games is set for the weekend's end. From fantasy to tailgating and cold beers to sloppy burgers, everything about the wonderful game of football is back. Sure it technically started a week previous as the NCAA teams kicked off their season's but it almost seems as if there isn't the same majestic feel to it. There's something about hearing the legendary Jim Nantz' voice while sitting down to eat Sunday dinner and something about having your week ruined by one 60 minute sporting event. NFL football is that sport that can cure your college team's heart break loss the day before or make the Monday to come even worse. Either way you see it, football is back.
As we skip ahead to late November, I see the division winners to be the exact same as last year, but the wildcard race could be different. If I had to choose a darkhorse I would put my money on the Pittsburgh Steelers to make a run to Santa Clara's Levi Stadium for Super Bowl 50. With so much to look forward to and a lot more to look back on, this football season should be no less entertaining than that of years past. Football is always going to attract viewers and will always break hearts, but that's what keeps us coming back on Sunday's.NFL football is that sport that can cure your college team's heart break loss the day before or make the Monday to come even worse. Either way you see it, football is back.