How I became a football junkie

I started reading books about the sport when I was 15.

I have since been hooked on the sport since.

I can’t believe how much football has changed since then.

In fact, my favourite team is actually one of the most under-appreciated teams in the NFL, the New Orleans Saints.

And as far as I can tell, I have been watching them play every week since I was a kid.

So I thought, why not go all in and watch the whole season?

That was the plan when I decided to try out a new way to watch football this season.

It was the weekend before the regular season, so I decided it was time to go out and buy tickets to a football game.

I went to my local team store and picked out a few seats for a few games.

The first game I bought tickets for was against the Dallas Cowboys.

My wife and I decided we wanted to buy a season ticket, and since we were still in the process of planning our trip to Dallas, we bought two seats for each team.

After buying the tickets, we were just a few minutes from our seats.

I was excited.

I thought we would get to see the whole game in one go.

I wanted to make sure I had enough tickets to cover everything.

But as I was standing in the aisle, I saw a few tickets.

They had been lying around.

I checked them out.

I was blown away.

First, there was the $200,000 ticket that I had bought.

And then I noticed a little sticker in the back that read, “Free Tickets for Fans of Dallas Cowboys” on it.

That was a little bit of a surprise.

I looked around the section.

The Cowboys had a huge banner in the middle of the stadium.

I assumed it had something to do with the Cowboys winning the Super Bowl, so that was pretty cool.

Second, there were a few other tickets that I was curious about.

I noticed that there were three tickets left over from a game a few weeks earlier that were listed on my ticket stub as “VIP” tickets.

I knew that I would get these VIP tickets for free, so they must be good tickets.

And I was definitely happy to have them.

Finally, after a few more games, I got my ticket.

And like I said, it was just a little surprise.

When we got to the game, we could already see the excitement and anticipation.

I had no idea how much I would be able to make out of the tickets.

So we waited for about 15 minutes to get our seats, and as soon as we were seated, I was pretty stoked.

Before the game started, we walked up to the field and started chanting the anthem.

My wife and my mom were both cheering on me, and I was happy to see that they were happy to cheer.

I loved that it was a family game, and that they all had their friends there.

After the anthem, the crowd went crazy.

The first few plays were a little rough, and it took us a few plays to get to the rhythm.

But once we got into the flow of the game and settled into the rhythm, things got much more exciting.

The Saints were playing a defense that was basically one-dimensional, so the offense looked to get the ball in the air quickly and make plays in the backfield.

One of my favorite plays of the season came early in the first half when a quarterback pass to a running back was intercepted by the Dallas defense.

As soon as the ball got in the end zone, the Saints defense was just sitting there.

I kept asking myself, “What are they doing?” and I finally realized that this was just one of those plays where you need to just take advantage of the chaos.

The offensive line and linebackers were all moving to their left and the center was just covering the middle.

The defensive line and corners were all rushing to the other side of the field.

And that’s when I knew the Saints offense was going to make a big play.

I couldn’t believe that it came down to a quarterback throwing an interception.

I got so excited I almost started yelling, “Let’s go, let’s go!”

That play set up the Saints first touchdown of the night.

They got their first first down of the first quarter when they were able to get their first receiver open and throw a short pass to an open receiver on the outside.

The defense was getting antsy, so defensive end Joey Bosa came up to me and said, “Hey, let me go.”

And I said “I’ll go with you.”

And he jumped right in front of me.

He came up with a little push on the shoulder, and he was able to catch the pass for a first down.

I said to him, “Yo, Joey,