There's a reason why one of the most common phrases attached to the National Football League is "there is no offseason." Even if you count preseason as part of the regular season—season-ticket holders who get charged full price for preseason games will agree with you there—that's 26 weeks or half the year.
That leaves half the year without games, which, for most sports, would be a dark time. In the NFL, there's always something new on the way.
Every event associated with the NFL gets hype beyond comparison. The fact that fans got excited by a recent unveiling of new Nike uniforms shows that if you're into this sport, you are all in.
The following 11 pages will demonstrate the reasons that the NFL's offseason can compare with the regular season in any other sport.