Friday is everyone’s favorite day of the week, but today is a particularly awesome one because it begins the final weekend of the NFL offseason. That’s right, next week training camp begins and the 2014 season will officially be under way.
The smell of fresh cut grass, the tension building in your stomach, the sound of shoulder pads crashing together at full speed…
If you’re like us you probably are so excited to see live football again that you don’t know what to do with yourself. So we decided to come up with five ways to pass the time this weekend. To start off let’s begin with the obvious. As long as your favorite players are putting in work in the film room, then you should too. That means obsessively viewing highlights from last season.
1. Watch the Antonio Brown show
Antonio Brown has paid his dues and now he’s coming into his prime. Last season he led the Steelers with 1,499 receiving yards and scored a career high eight touchdowns. Every offseason he makes major strides in his game. That means very soon he’s going to be one of the elite receivers in the NFL.
To help get you pumped for 2014, let’s take a look at some of the best plays of Brown’s breakout season. The soundtrack features M83’s hit Midnight City and Biggy mashed up together.