How NFL became America’s Sport in 100 years

Professional football is like no other game clearly represents the America—it evloves good, bad, loud, violent, ugly and beautiful part of the game.

Amazing Athletes

The NFL feels like home to some of the best athletes in the world.

What makes it more interesting is that their skills and origin vary so much from player to player and position to position. The best part of this league is that all of these athletes are on the same field at the same time.

At any point during a game, you could see an athletic feat that you never experience. Who would have thought they can see a wide receiver front flip over a defender into the end zone?

Other sports have great athletes as well but comapre to this game none can match the variety that football brings to the viewers.

It Is an Event Every Week

Sunday feels like a holiday during NFL League.

Fans all over the country at their homes to watch the nationally broadcast game whether or not it includes their own team. Mostally they like to support  their home team over any other game, but the interest developed after NFL invloves in the sport overall is what makes it so powerful today.

Each team to play 16 games every season and one loss could crush their hopes of making the playoffs that makes it even more curious. You don’t have a time to watch 162 games in football to figure out your team performance. Every week is as important as the next, which is what brings the NFL more interest and importance to every week of football. 

Tailgating Tradition 

This American ritual of tailgating at football games started in 1800s during the Civil War.

The First Battle of Bull Run in summer 1861, also known as “picnic battle” ,a fight in early days of the Civil War, could mark the start of this tradition.

In the begining of the tailgate concept was simply that: a way to ensure you had enough food stored both the journey to and from the game and the contest itself.

  • Bringing picnics with family over a weekend to watch was a likely precursor to our modern-day tradition of carry food and drinks to a football game.
  • In the late 1800s and early 1900s ,early college football games gave rise to the concept of a modern-day tailgate.
  • With technologies rise ,the evolution of the tailgate has kept growing whether portable grills or modern-day generators or fryers. 

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