Today, another football season ends. No other season will ever be like it — and I don’t say that in the way you think.
The game America has made not so much its pastime but its tradition is an ever-changing entity.
In some ways, it has to be. I mean, would you still watch it if the forward pass remained illegal? Would the game even exist today had that rule not been changed?
As we enter what could be a memorable Super Bowl between the Denver Broncos and their NFL-best offense against the Seattle Seahawks’ No. 1-ranked defense in the first cold-weather Super Bowl in decades, football is beginning to show signs of change.