I presume you are talking about American football. It has the right amount of strategy, scoring, tension, analysis, physical skills, and contact.
Baseball, hockey, and football seasons have 80 to 162 games. Football has only 16, so every game is really important.
by Brian Lokker 4 years ago
Which type of baseball game is more fun to watch: a high-scoring game or a pitchers' duel?
by shuck72 3 years ago
Why are Americans obsessed with Football?Baseball is called the National sport but in reality it appears to be football that most Americans care about. What is is about football that fits our national personality so well? The violence, toughness, excitement, importance of bigger, faster...
by Caerleon 6 years ago
Football or Baseball and why?Which is the better sport, football or baseball, why?
by Faith Reaper 15 months ago
Sports enthusiasts - what is your favorite sport of all time and why?I remember growing up watching every sport known to man because my Dad loved sports so much, especially baseball. However, since being married to a man quite opposite of my Dad, who is not such a sports enthusiast, except...
by CJ Kelly 4 years ago
Is Baseball a dying sport?I think yes. World Series ratings are down by 65% in the last 25 years. Same goes for the All Star Game. Fox had its worst year in ratings for their game of the week in 2012 (averaged a 2 share for 24 games). Don't let the local TV deals or fantasy leagues fool you.
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