Learning football is not as difficult as you may have thought. Some people think football is confusing and sometimes, it can seem that way. Often the problem begins with trying to learn football from someone who understands football, but is so wrapped up in the game they are watching that they can't explain football adequately. Fans of football get so mesmerized watching the game that they don't want to explain it and may even get agitated when asked to explain football. That's where this audiobook comes in.
Listen to How to Understand Football for Beginners once. Then watch a game on television. You will see that it's possible to understand football in less than an hour! If you find some things about football that are not clear, listen to the short book again and watch another game. By that point, you will understand football enough to enjoy the game. You will pick up on the intricacies of football as you continue to watch and enjoy football.
There are no complicated diagrams or discussions of football "formations" or any of that nonsense! You'll just learn how football works and how to enjoy football.
It's fun! And you can listen to Understanding Football for Beginners: How to Understand Football in Less Than an Hour in LESS than an hour! Start enjoying Super Bowl parties. Have fun at games with your friends. Spend more time with your significant other and enjoy America's number-one sport: football!
I had a cursory knowledge of football and this book started from the very beginning and explained all the essentials. Reinforced what I already knew and explaining some areas that I didn't quite understand. Author also recommended what to read next.
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What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
less side stories
What could Jack Hicks have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Stick to the details and get a little further into the characteristics of the game
How could the performance have been better?
less anecdotal commentary
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
probably work for someone that has never seen a football game and doesn't want to learn anything beyond the absolute basics