Football Quizzes are meant to test people’s knowledge about the football game, how well they understand the rules of the game and keep track of the records. Football is a very popular game and has tremendous fan following all over the world.
Who is known as the black pearl of football? Who is said to have the hand of gods? Who is the all time highest goal scorer? Who has scored the maximum number of goals in a world cup final? Which team has won the world football cup most number of times? Which player has been red carded most number times in a football match? Which goalkeeper has the maximum number of saves in a world cup match? Hardcore football enthusiasts would relish answering these questions and what better way than this to take up football quizzes to show their knowledge about the game. And if they do not know the answer, then the quiz may even help them to seek an answer to some unknown questions.
Whenever a football quiz lover enrolls in a training camp and even before the individual is tested for his or her skills, the individual is first quizzed about the game. The quiz is aimed to test the awareness level of the player about the rules, the various positions on the football field, so on and so forth.
Football quizzes can be fun and they can create a lot of curiosity among football fans. Taking up a quiz is a very effective and unique way to expand your knowledge about football game. It helps in doing away with a lot of myths and preconceived notions. A person who does not have knowledge about the game, taking up quiz would help him to explore various dimensions of the football game.
During the NFL (National Football League) season, not only do the professional athletes themselves prepare, study opponents, and do as much as they can to get ready for the games every Sunday, but so do millions of people who participate in “Fantasy Football” leagues across the nation. The NFL is already the most popular of the professional sports in this country. Taking first place in television ratings to professional baseball, basketball, hockey, and soccer as well. “Fantasy Football” is a phenomenon that literally allows the average fan to become an Owner, General Manager, and a Head Coach of their very own national football teams. “Fantasy xem bong da truc tiep Football” leagues are held in person with friends and office co-workers across the country, as well as online with millions of leagues and thousands of websites. With most of the leagues that are held in person, as opposed to the leagues online, theses leagues usually charge a predetermined amount of money to participate. The predetermined amount of money that is charged for each of the team owners will eventually go into the pocket of the team owner who ends up winning the entire “Fantasy Football” league season. There are sixteen regular games in an NFL season, so these “Fantasy Football” leagues, like the NFL, have play-offs as well that usually start in week thirteen or fourteen of the regular season. Which means that the last two teams standing in the league by week fifteen, will have their “Fantasy Superbowl” during week sixteen of the regular season.
These “Fantasy Football” leagues start before the regular season, usually around the end of August. They start by conducting a “draft” where each of the team owners select their team that they will start the regular season with. This is the team that the owners will compete with throughout the entire season. With the exception of the occasional trade or free agent pick-up, just like the regular NFL. Now, every “Fantasy Football” League is different, and has different set-ups with the number of players each team can carry as well as different point scoring systems, for example. The average “Fantasy Football” league allows each team to have a sixteen player roster, and can only start nine players on a week to week basis. The majority of the leagues out there, regardless if it is an online league or not, will only allow an owner to start one Quarterback, two Running Backs, one “utility” player (which is usually an extra Running Back or Wide Receiver,) two Wide Receivers, one Tight End, one Defense / Special Teams, and one Kicker.
It’s very important for every team owner to stay up to date with their team and league due to injuries to players that occur throughout the season, as well as “bye” weeks that every team has. A “bye” week is basically a week off, that every team gets throughout the treacherous season of sixteen regular season games. “Bye” weeks are necessary in the NFL because it is such a physically demanding sport. Being a “Fantasy Football” team owner can become very time consuming due to the fact that an owner doesn’t want to make the mistake of starting a player who happens to be injured, or starting a player who happens to have a “bye” that week. If an owner happens to start an injured player who isn’t playing that week, or if that player is playing, but is not expected to be as productive due to a nagging injury, it can ultimately result in a loss for that owner’s team that week. Of coarse this process can be even more time consuming for those who participate in more than one “Fantasy Football” league, which most people do anyway.