The NFL has been the biggest story of 2016 and for good reason.
But it was also the first year that the league didn’t have the full attention of the media, as the entire media was left on the sidelines of the Super Bowl.
That’s why I think the NFL deserves some credit for what it has been able to accomplish over the past year.
The 2016 season was a huge step in that direction, especially for the league and for the fans.
While some things were different, there were some big trends that we saw as the year progressed.
For instance, the NFL has made significant strides in terms of the number of television games and television-broadcast contracts.
The league has been one of the most profitable sports leagues in the world, thanks to a growing and growing roster of players and teams.
That led to the formation of the new TV rights deal with Fox.
And the league has also become more of a leader in terms on digital revenue.
The NFL was the only major professional sports league that didn’t see a single revenue increase from 2016.
And the NFL continues to be the most visible and visible team in the NFL.
Even when the league was in crisis and with players protesting, there was an active, passionate group of fans and fans of other teams and players who took to social media to share their excitement.
That was a tremendous signal that the fans were still a major part of the NFL and that they had a voice in the league.
I don’t think there is any question that the NFL is one of our most important sports leagues and that’s why there are so many good things to be said about the league for the next 12 months.
The next year will tell if the 2016 NFL season was any different.
The biggest change in the past few years was the growth of television-sports networks.
These networks now have more than 3,000 networks, making them the most valuable brands in the sports world.
But while they may be valuable to the NFL this year, the big changes have come for the rest of the league as well.
The NFL had a huge year last year, and now it is the time to plan for a big year in 2018.
The teams and coaches are returning from the bye week and are back in the mix for the playoffs.
That makes the regular season a great time for the fan to enjoy what is now one of sports’ most lucrative seasons.
The big story for me in the offseason has been whether the Super-bowl will be held on a Saturday or a Sunday.
That decision is a huge shift in the sport.
I think it will be a game-changer in terms the national television audience.
I don’t know if it will happen or not, but it’s a real possibility.
The last time a Super-Bowl was played on a Sunday was in 1990.
The Super Bowl will be played on January 6, 2019.
And it will also be a great opportunity for fans to experience the Superbowl on a television screen.