- True Fans: These girls actually watch the games, know the players & plays, and possibly have a fantasy team.
- Groupie Girls: These girls know players, contracts, and away team hotels.
- If you like it, I love it: These girls talk about football because they think guys like it. In actuality, they don't know the difference between a LB and OL.
- What's Football?: These girls don't care about football, at. all.
True Fans: So many story lines for this season: The return of Peyton Manning and his broken neck; Lolo Jones' soul mate (Tebow) trying to help make the Jets relevant while the Giants continue to quietly go about their business; the media made rivalry of Andrew Luck vs RGIII; can the Saints rebound from Bountygate?; and finally will an old favorite (STEELERS, Patriots, Packers) win it all or will a "oh so close" team finally put the pieces together (49ers, Eagles, Ravens).
Groupie Girls: You might want to spend most of your time checking the sidelines and learning jersey numbers. Also, make sure you read reports of who's gotten cut; football players can get cut mid-season & then they'll be unemployed, like yourself. Also, if they are on Special Teams, their career probably won't last too long...go for a REAL player, go for the starters. Obviously everyone goes for the quarterback and wide receivers. If all you want is the baby daddy or to live the "Basketball Wives lifestyle" go for the offensive lineman. They usually have long careers, make decent pay, don't have groupies like yourself following them, and can protect you from anyone trying to tackle you. What more could you want in a man?
If you like it, I love it: Make sure you know which team is playing each other each Sunday. Also, if you know what city they're from & what their mascot is, you're doing great. Actually, you can't go wrong cheering for the home team. Come on, just watch the local news and you should be able to learn SOMETHING about them; a coach, a player, a team color.
What's Football?: Ummm, you might want to get another TV for your household.
So there you have it, the Girls Guide to the 2012-2013 Football Season. Are you ready for some football?