For most guys, it doesn't get any better than a Sunday afternoon spent sitting in front of the TV, beer and chips close at hand, watching guys like Tom Brady and Drew Brees work their magic on the field. That's not to say that the NFL is without its own flaws (don't get us started on the officiating), but between NFL Sunday Ticket and fantasy football, the NFL is more popular than ever. Even the lockout didn't dim the excitement from fans, and this past offseason saw interested in the draft and free agancy explode. Of course Fantasy Foofball, office pools and betting on NFL games also drives a ton of interest as well. Tons of fans will enjoy this through online sports betting or heading to Las Vegas for the weekend. If Governor Christie gets his wish you'll be able to enjoy betting on NFL games in New Jersey as well.
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NFL Web Sites and BlogsPro Football Talk
Mike Florio's site is very influential and loaded with information. There's nothing special about the layout but the affiliation with NBC gives him more resources.
National Football Post
The excellent staff here consistently breaks stories.
This site offers a great resource page that collates news stories about the NFL from newspapers around the country. This is a great resource for rabid fans, hopeless gamblers and fantasy geeks all around the country (Bullz-Eye editors fall under all three categories).
This is the official site of the NFL and is powered by SportsLine.com. You'll find everything you expect from an official site, though don't expect to find controversial commentary.
SportsGrid.com - NFL
This site is part of the Mediaite network.
NFL junkies will love the sheer volume of original content on this site from the popular weekly magazine. The graphics and layout are not overly impressive, but when the content delivers like this does, who really cares?
The kind of NFL coverage you'd expect from the sports giant. Great in-season news, and also decent offseason and preseason coverage. For the NFL draft, you get some good stuff from Mel Kiper as well.
This general sports site is loaded with NFL news and commentary.
All of the news, features and stats you'd expect from this media giant, including schedules, league leaders, odds and some of the best columnists around.
More great coverage from the TSN guys. Scores, standings, depth charts, top-notch writers, transactions, analysis, team coverage, draft recaps, message boards…. You get the idea.
I Miss Football Season
Are you a football junkie? Do you play fantasy football, and look forward to Sundays from September through January more than you look forward to almost anything? Well, so does IMFS.com. Consider this a blog where you can come and talk about your passion for the game, and all of the offseason moves and news between February 4 and early September.
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