DreDaze wrote in post #19053928.
at least i'm not missing out on any sports .
Yeah, I am a huge fan of NFL football, and think that the timing of all of this has been very fortuitous for those addicted to the sport.
The NFL Draft occurred right on schedule, last Thursday thru Saturday. . It had to be done "virtually", via the internet and the telephone, instead of being the huge live event that it was supposed to be in Las Vegas this year. . But it happened right on cue, nonetheless. . Over the past two weeks, I spent a lot of my isolation time doing research on many of the college prospects, as well as on each NFL team's needs, priorities, and draft tendencies.
Then of course starting on Thursday evening, I watched every minute of the first round, followed by watching every minute of the second and third rounds on Friday, and capped off by spending the entirety of Saturday watching the remaining rounds.
And of course now I am watching and reading everything I can get my eyes on that analyzes the players that were drafted and how they project to be used by the teams that drafted them. . I have even started a playlist on YouTube entitled, "2020 NFL Draft Research and Analysis", which I save many insightful videos to. . I have done so for drafts in previous years, and it is enjoyable to go back and watch the videos years later, with the advantage of hindsight.
I have an insatiable appetite for NFL analysis and coverage, and this "Stay at Home" stuff is just giving me a better opportunity to spend even more time watching this stuff than I would normally have.
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