NFL Kickoff 2022 – Everyone Loves American Football, Right?

Tonight’s 2022 NFL Kickoff Game between the Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Rams will be streamed exclusively on Peacock, in addition to airing on NBC. Coverage begins at 7pm EST.

The 2022 NFL regular season is scheduled to start in just a couple of hours. This will be the National Football League’s 103rd season. And it begins today, September 8, 2022, with the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams hosting the Buffalo Bills in tonight’s NFL Kickoff Game.

It’s a rematch the Rams are hosting — in the stadium where they won the big game last season. It has the potential to be an epic matchup between two championship-caliber teams going head to head on the NFL’s opening night.

There are storylines everywhere in American Football.

Josh Allen (Bills) and Matthew Stafford (Rams) are tonight’s quarterbacks who are coming off incredible 2021 seasons. Stafford had surgery on his throwing arm during the off-season which we wonder how it may affect his performance. Josh Allen is shining as a leader and a favorite for the NFL MVP this year. 

Von Miller played for the Rams for less than a full season last year and helped them win the championship. Now he is a Buffalo Bill (the Rams couldn’t afford to keep him).

Football is exciting to see and watch together.

Fantasy football is underway and NFL gambling is accepted by the League. There must be pigs flying somewhere or frozen parts of hell for Goodell to support this change in stance. Nah, it’s probably the dollar sign$.

NFL games are decided by much smaller margins and scoring is up. There are plenty of sites, shows and media by NFL subject matter experts. Sharing hot takes, back stories and professional analysis is routine. It’s done for each and every game, each and every week and damn near every day of the year.

The NFL has been growing over the years and are taking steps to increase their international presence. I’m inspired to do the same.

“Life is great, football is better.”

Steve Sabol

My NFL career came up in recent conversation. I worked with the NFL for more than 10 years. At one point I agreed with Steve Sabol’s memorable observation.

VICE TV has an interesting series called THE DARK SIDE OF FOOTBALL

DARK SIDE OF FOOTBALL explores the tension between America’s undying love of the game, and its ability to corrupt and damage those who live and die for it. DARK SIDE OF FOOTBALL

The NFL League Office could arguably be considered the NFL’s 33rd team.

As proponents of the NFL, we’re lumped in with roughly 800 million fans. However, the few NFL opponents out there haves accounted for interesting matchups.

What do you love/hate about the NFL (American Football)? Why?

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