Football season is officially over and many of the die-hard football fans are going through withdrawal. Fans have found themselves with too much unwanted time on their hands. Many are lost in a fog of aimlessness. What will they do with all this spare time until pre-season football begins again in August? Other fans have plunged into a deep depression, similar to what happens to some after breaking up with a lover. How to handle the end of the season is the question of the day.
Some people go through withdrawal cold turkey. Removing themselves from all sports for a period of time, sort of a cleansing period. Seems a little drastic, maybe you would rather try one of the options mentioned below.
Some fans turn to NFL.com, where they can follow off-season news and keep on top of the goings on until the season begins again. Check out the web site daily and keep up with the news until football season officially starts in September.
Draft season starts in April. Most of the media stations will be able to keep you up to date on what is going on and who ends up where.
Turn to another sport. Baseball’s opening day is just around the corner. Basketball is in the middle of it’s season hockey is too. Find a new sport to love.
Play football on a game system. Get a group of friends and have a competition. Have someone bring pizza and hot wings it could be pretty close to the real thing.
Get out there and toss the pig skin around with a few buddies. You may not be able to watch football, but you can play it.
Keep the hope alive. The new season will be here before you know it. In the mean time, keep busy with one or more of the options listed above and time will pass more quickly. There is always next year.