I find the NFL very stale....especially live. Numerous games I have attended at Lambeau cannot hold a candle to the atmosphere of a good college game.
Honestly cannot say I hate the NFL, but over the past few years my interest level has definitely decreased. The No Fun League is about right nowadays. Borderline hated college football before my freshman year for all the reasons that everyone loved it. Now I think I am more apt to sit and watch a random NCAA game before a random NFL game.
I absolutely love the MLB by the way. Honestly can sit and watch a whole game regardless of who is playing. I just hate the early playoff games that are during the day.
The college game is better but the NFL league is superior in that every team has a legitimate shot at a title. NFL teams don't require tradition in order to compete.
I'll watch an NFL game that has a top QB match up or a top rated D against a high scoring O. I watched the Texans for the first time the other night and if you can't appreciate watching a guy like JJ Watts play on D then you are missing out. As far as college I don't watch any games other then ISU or Iowa (hoping to see them get pummpled) and UNI later when they are in the playoffs. Just to throw in MLB when I was growing up I could watch games on TV but I don't know what happened but I can't watch baseball at all, even with the playoffs and probably the World Series, its just too slow and painful to watch.
I think the worst part about the NFL now is the announcers they use for the games. Those guys never shut the **** up. Seriously, it's like a 3 hour *** kissing session for most of the announcers. Dan Dierdorff is the worst. IF he runs out of football related stuff, he starts digging into the player's childhood and great people the person may have met growing up. Honestly, if the announcers would shut up here and there, I think I would enjoy watchign a lot more. And in all honsety, with all the tech of on screen 1st down markers, what down it is, yards to go, etc, do we even need those ******** anymore?