Now that all the NFL teams have played a preseason game, there are two fan camps. One, those of the winning teams, feel good about the season. The other, fans of losing teams, say their guys didn’t play their starters and are hiding high-powered offenses during the preseason.
This is a good week to “shelter in place” for two reasons. First, weather patterns seem to have mistaken the middle and eastern parts of the U.S. for Siberia. Second, Super Bowl LIII (53 in modern numbers) hype has started on all media platforms.
Yes, Labor Day, the unofficial line in the sand between the leisurely relaxation of summer and the full-tilt seriousness of fall, is gone. Of course, neither of those thoughts are entirely accurate. But since most Americans equate Labor Day with back to school, those feelings stick.