I was one of the first fans to actually watch NFL games in the late 1990s.
I remember the first time I watched the Super Bowl and the first game I saw on TV was the 1991 AFC Championship Game.
The two teams were on opposite coasts and both were playing on prime-time television.
It was the first NFL game I’d ever watched, and I remember thinking, “I wish this was still happening.”
That game was so big, I remember just sitting in the living room, watching the game and thinking, Oh my god, that’s how big it was.
Now, years later, I’ve grown up, I’m a full-time NFL fan, and it’s all new.
But that first moment of witnessing it, of being in the stadium, was unforgettable.
I never imagined that I’d be sitting in a chair and watching the first Super Bowl ever, but in that moment, I realized that the best way to experience the game is in the comfort of my living room.
If I’m sitting at home and my TV doesn’t have the game, I can still get to it easily through streaming services.
I love the fact that there’s a game on when I’m not home, because that’s where I can watch the best of the best.
I don’t even have to worry about the weather, I just have to turn on the TV and watch.
I watch my favorite team play on a Thursday night, so I know it’s going to be good.
I also get to catch the games on television, so it’s always something I can enjoy.
I know the league will eventually grow in the years to come, but that first time for me, that moment of watching the Super Bowl, is what made me realize it was finally the right time for the NFL to finally become something truly unique.