Informative Essay About Football

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Are you ready for some football? This has always been the best saying on a Monday night. Football has the best rivalries in history. Fantasy football is one of the best things that football can offer. Football also has the big game, the super bowl. Only the best two teams in the NFL go to play there.
First off, yes, all leagues do have rivals like the Red Sox and the Yankees, the Celtics and Lakers, but the rivalries in football are so much more intense. What’s the whole point of football, to hit the other team as hard as you can right?As said from “bleacherreport.com.” During each play everybody on the field is kinda in a dog fight already. It’s more exciting than any other sport can offer.
Next,fantasy football is super fun.People all around the U.S play to get money.Adults pay an average of $110 on the fantasy draft and can win up to $1,000,000 just for watching football games.As said from “NFL.com/fantasyfootball.” Fantasy football is so serious, it builds up your adrenaline.When you win, it’s one of the best days of your life because you get so much money.
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Super Bowl XLV(Super Bowl 45)drew in 111 million viewers nationwide.It was the most watched television program in U.S history as said from “www.bleacherreport.com.”
As shown by my evidence, football is the greatest sport in America. People might say baseball or basketball is the best sport. However, football will always have the best and most intense rivals. Also, the best thing ever, fantasy football. Still, don’t forget the biggest and the best game ever in America, The Super

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