Dec 19, 2008, 12:55 PM
Does increased parity help make 2008 more exciting?
Page 2 questions the morality of sports fans.
1) Which was the more exciting storyline?
2007: Patriots going 16-0
2008: No clear favorite, a dozen teams with legit Super Bowl hopes
2) Which was the more interesting story?
2008: Patriots lose Tom Brady, scramble to try to make playoffs
3) Which story was more compelling?
2007: Brett Favre leads 13-3 Packers to playoffs in final season
2008: Brett Favre helps resurrect Jets into playoff contention
4) Which story did you pay more attention to?
2007: Cowboys go 13-3, Tony Romo dates Jessica Simpson
2008: Cowboys sign Pacman, fight for playoffs, fight internally
5) Which kind of football do you prefer to watch?
2007: An all-time great offense (Patriots)
2008: An all-time great defense (Steelers)
6) Has officiating influenced your opinion of this NFL season?
7) How would you compare the quality of play in 2008 compared to 2007?
8) Which was the more exciting crop of rookies?
2007: Adrian Peterson, Marshawn Lynch, Calvin Johnson, Trent Edwards, Joe Thomas, Patrick Willis
2008: Matt Ryan, Joe Flacco, Steve Slaton, Matt Forte, Chris Johnson
9) Do you like it when there is an 'evil empire' team to root against, like the 2007 Patriots?
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