ok, ok and good food, love, laughter and an ability to communicate.
I think men who are sports fans, love women who can talk sports. More and more women are watching football. In fact, according to TV by the Numbers (55% ) Over half of US Women say they watch NFL Football. Accordingly, the number of men that love ladies that can talk and understand sports are growing also.
There is just something about American NFL Football.
Look at the advantages of a woman fan…You get to look at some nice looking tooshes, and stomach the not so nice ones.
Your man can’t say “Hey I’m going to the local pub to watch the game.” He better be inviting me on that date!
Your man during a game is not going to say “Get me a beer.” Unless it is a commercial.
You have plenty of date nites…Sunday Night Football, Monday Night Football, Thursday Night Football ect.
If you’re really knowledgable, your husband won’t make that bet without first confiding in you.
The list goes on.
NFL Football is good for a relationship. Many men today find it sexy and appealing when a woman can dote on football or other sports. Men like ladies that are knowledgable. Becoming witty with your football knowledge can be impressive on your guy. Your conversations will grow and your love life will too. So then, it is true, the way to a mans’ heart is….well, what I said above.
If your sports knowledge is not too entertaining at the moment, there is still hope for you. Here are a few quick references to get you started.
- NFL Beginner’s Guide to Football
- Get Your Own Damn Beer, I’m Watching The Game! A Woman’s Guide to Loving Pro Football
- Football For Girls A Woman’s Guide to Understanding America’s Most Popular Sport
If your like me , then you too are always looking for something new and good to cook for game days. I love tacos. Tacos-done slow cooker good -are what’s here to try in this recipe. They sound really good topped off with some salsa, sour cream and I like to add celantro. Try them out this weekend for game day and come back and let us know what you and your team at home think of this recipe. Make a side of rice and some pinto beans and you are set to feed those hungry fans. Add some homemade sopapillas and honey. And you will be a winner with your hungry team-:) Yummy!
I Hate Prevent Defense…
I hate prevent defense. Many times a team has dominated the game, then in the end played prevent defense and allowed a team to drive down the field. Is anyone on board with me here? Why if a team has found a way to control the game, do you change things in the final quarter? We know the “ole” saying “if something works, no need to fix it.” Right? Not! I find myself asking this question time and time again. Changing things in the end of the game after you have held a lead playing a certain type of defense is well…..SILLY in my opinion. You see teams change it up because they are afraid of a big play happening, or don’t want to turn the ball over. “Com-on Man” as Keyshawn Johnson would say. If it has worked all game then….let them play the way it has gone for the game. Yeah, sometimes a big play happens. It seems to me that many times prevent defense leads to a LOSS plain and simple. So just stop it would ya!
- Tim Tebow: 5 Things His Haters Will Say About the Broncos QB’s Debut (bleacherreport.com)
- Jets’ Prevent Defense Almost Prevents Them From Holding On for a Win – New York Times (nytimes.com)
- 2011 NFL Fantasy Football Week 11: Wide Receiver Rankings and Projections (bleacherreport.com)
- Week Nine Monday 10-pack (profootballtalk.nbcsports.com)
- 5 Things We Learned About Tim Tebow on Sunday (bleacherreport.com)
- 23-0 : Hello there, defense. We’ve missed you. (ftrp.wordpress.com)