Finally, an Unimpeded Pro-Sports Season!


Eli Kayser, Editor

I think we can all agree that 2020 is the pits. But one thing that can make everything better is the start of the NFL season, right? What we’ve got here is the busiest sports-schedule in history. Professional baseball, basketball, football, and hockey are all happening at the same time. I guess so are soccer and golf if you’re into that sort of thing. My point is, after months of no sports, we now have it all.

The NFL garners an average of 16.8 million viewers per game. That is four times more than baseball, and almost ten times more than basketball. Here in America, we love our football. But, since we have had so much happen between the Super Bowl and now, you might have forgotten a few things.

The Buccaneers Might Be Good?

When you think of the best teams in the league, most of you wouldn’t put Tampa Bay very high on your list. This is a team who hasn’t been to the playoffs since 2007, and haven’t won a playoff game since the 2002-03 season. But things might be headed in the right direction thanks to a man by the name of Tom Brady. The longtime quarterback for the New England Patriots, and arguably best quarterback ever, signed a two-year deal to try and turn around a struggling franchise. And of course, Rob Gronkowski followed suit, coming out of retirement to join his former play caller to the Sunshine State. They might be just the thing the Bucs need.

Can KC Repeat?
Patrick Mahomes is currently the most dominant player in the NFL. The reigning Super Bowl MVP is looking to put the Chiefs right back where they left off. He recently signed a 10-year, $450,000,000 contract; so he won’t be going anywhere any time soon. The Chiefs aren’t a one man show, though. All-Pros Travis Kelce, Tyrann Mathieu, and Mecole Hardman are looking to aid Kansas City in going back-to-back.

For more information, hop onto ESPN