The Detroit Lions Monday night game seems a long way away from the start of the weekend. What are some things fans can do to survive the wait? Read on.
We made it! Through the preseason, and onto the regular season. The Detroit Lions are onto New York … New Jersey, … whatever. The first real game is coming against the New York Jets, Monday night, September 10th at 7:10 pm ET.
Here at Kick in the Crotch Weekly, we can’t wait to see some meaningful football! With that in mind, how will you bide the time between Friday and Monday Night kickoff? KITCW has some ideas.
Fantasy football, hold a couple Lions in reserve
I think I’m maxed out at five leagues, personally. At this point, each one is like a different girlfriend; the most important (where I’m the defending league champ) is my first priority, and so on until I get back around to my fifth team again.
Thursday night’s game is going to be more fun if you have players playing; I usually try to play a Thursday guy just to make the first real game more fun. Ofcourse, only if he’s a good option. Hopefully, that opening night game got your football senses going!
By Sunday, you’ll be in full swing fantasy-wise, and you’ll have checked 17 different websites to see if you have maximized your lineup. Should I grab another tight end, or do I keep a backup quarterback?
All of this helps to pass the time, though. After all, these are suggestions to help pass time until the Lions play Monday night. Make sure that you have a couple of Lions players left when you get to the game.