Actually there is Football on TV today, but you do not have time for it. Gotta do your Christmas baking, wrap the last of the kid’s presents, cook the turkey tonight (just in case of a power failure), watch Jimmy Stewart’s “It’s a Wonderful Life“, and make sure…. Well, you get the point. No time for Football.
It’s Monday again. That means it’s time not to watch Monday Night Football. Besides having more Holiday things you need to do it’s gonna be another game where the crappy team (Tampa Bucs 4-9) gets beaten by the mediocre team (Atlanta Falcons 8-5) in a lackluster waste of time.
Yes, it’s another NFL “Football Free” Sunday. There’s still Christmas shopping to do and you still haven’t seen “Star Wars – The Last Jedi” yet. And you still haven’t gotten your work clothes washed because you fell off the wagon, so to speak, and watched some of the crappy pre-Christmas College Football bowls. The Camellia Bowl? Give me a break.
Dump Thursday Night Football! It’s just another crappy game between two mediocre teams (Cowboys 5-6, Redskins 5-6) in a season of just plain crappiness by everyone involved in the crappy game.
You’ve still got turkey left that you have to try and find a unique, new way to fix as left-overs. And you still haven’t put up your Christmas lights. So get cracking. Turn off the TV. Besides tonight’s games are a competition of the mediocre. The Houston Texans are 4-6. Big Whoop. And the Baltimore Ravens are 5-5. Somebody will win and somebody will lose. One team will be 5-6 and the other 6-5. Impressive!!! Not so much…
Leaping by kneeling? That sort of makes sense. But whatever. You still don’t need to watch the Sunday Games. Eat some more turkey. Finish getting you Christmas decorations up. Play some cards or a board game with your kids.
Just Do It. Actually don’t do it, the watching football part, that is.