by Lyn Lomasi; Co-owner of Brand Shamans & Write W.A.V.E. Media
Many offices enjoy holding pools come football season, but who wants to waste time drawing all those squares and brackets? Free printable office football pool square grids and brackets can be a great time-saver, especially if your office has a good number of people participating. Football office pools can be a great way to enhance community spirit and teamwork within the workplace. Co-workers often become friends and this is something they can enjoy together outside of the responsibilities of work.
At PrintYourBrackets.com, you can find a wide selection of free printable football office pool charts. Brackets for both NFL and NCAA are included. Get square grids of 25, 50, or even 100. These include square grids for any game, NFL playoff squares and brackets, and even square grids for the Superbowl. If you also happen to be a basketball fan, this is a great resource for those grids as well.
Upon visiting PrintOfficePools.com, you'll see printable office football pool square grids sorted by weeks. There are options for preseason, season, playoff football pools, NFL 33 football pools, as well as NCAA football. There even are assorted options that allow for up to four winner squares. Look around for brackets and squares on your other favorite sports as well, such as basketball. It may be football season as you're reading this, but before you know it, March Madness will be coming around.
DocSports.com is another great place to find free printable football office pool square grids and brackets. In addition to the free office pool squares, there also are instructions and rules, just in case some co-workers are unsure. Also stay tuned to Doc's Sports for the latest football updates, including football picks and sports betting advice. Like the other sites above, if football is not the only sport you need office pool grids or updates on, Doc's is the place to go. There is a large selection of printable brackets here.
For a quick solution to your office football pool needs, visit PrintableTournamentBrackets.net. With a simple click, you'll have your free printable office football pool squares in no time. The options for tournament brackets are plenty. Here you'll find single elimination brackets, double elimination brackets, office pool grids, Super Bowl tournament brackets, and more. If you don't find what you need, there even is a way for you to suggest it to the publishers of the site.
*I originally published this via Yahoo Contributor Network
by Lyn Lomasi; Co-owner of Brand Shamans & Write W.A.V.E. Media
It's almost time for the NFL 2020 Super Bowl and many businesses will be looking for printable Super Bowl office football pool squares. Sure, someone could make one by hand, but it's much easier to print one from a ready-made template. Thankfully, there are some good ones online.
PrintYourBrackets.com has a variety of free printable Super Bowl office football pool squares to choose from. These are great for 2019 or any year, as these particular printable templates don't have dates or team names, but instead a spot for the AFC and the NFC. The options available include the 100 squares printable template, the 50 squares printable template, and the 25 squares printable template.
DocSports.com is another great place to find free printable Super Bowl office football pool squares. Doc's Sports has been providing sports info to fans since the 70's. With the help of the internet, that ability has grown. Get free printable 2019 Super Bowl squares, as well as instructions on how to play. Doc's Sports also offers other useful information and resources for football and other sports.
SuperBowlSquares.org allows you to choose from several options for your free printable footballs squares. The basic grid is 10 x 10 squares and you may also choose to have 2 or 4 sets of numbers. There is also a grid with 5 x 5 squares, for which you may choose the optional 2 or 4 sets of numbers. These printable office football pool squares are great for any football game, including the 2019 NFL Superbowl.
*Updated on February 3,2019 to reflect the current Super Bowl. Some links have been changed for relevance.
Did Michael Sam Get A Fair Chance?
by Dennis Townsend, Contributing Writer
The NFL draft is over and while it was a fast and furious event of deal making and give and takes, as we all saw in the Kevin Costner movie, Draft Day, it was also time to answer a pretty big question. And if you think I was talking about who got Heisman Trophy winner, Johnny (Football) Manziel, I’m sorry to say you’re wrong. The big question was who would draft the first openly gay football player, Michael Sam, and bring change to the National Football League.
Well, that question was answered in the seventh round when the St. Louis Rams selected the Southeastern Conference defensive player of the year. While playing for Missouri, his coaches and players all kept his secret until he decided to disclosed it to the media earlier last year. And to prove that it was not a distraction to either him or the team, he went on to have the best year in his college career. While waiting to get the call, Michael Sam was at the home of his agent, Joe Barkett, and naturally, ESPN, and the NFL Network had camera’s there and at the ready to capture the big moment. Sam had family and friends there as well as his partner and when the call finally came, the 6-foot-2, 255 pound defensive end teared up and gave his boyfriend a kiss on the lips and a long hug. Now while we all knew about the relationship, we thought we could sanitize ourselves from actually having to see a show of affection between Sam and his partner, it seemed to me that he might have jumped a little too far outside the closet with the kiss. ESPN and the NFL Network had their camera’s there just so they wouldn't miss an opportunity to solidify the facts. And just to show everyone that he is comfortable with who he is, after having some cake, he again gave his boyfriend a kiss.
Now the critics say that it was not a sure thing that he would be drafted not because he’s gay, but because of what he had to bring to the NFL. They say that he is too short to play defensive end in the NFL, and slower than most outside linebackers, a position he would have had to transition to in the pros. The mere fact that he was selected 249th overall out of 256, made people wonder if he would be able to even make the grade.
Well, I guess that's a question that's been answered with his recent termination from the Dallas Cowboys practice squad. That's where he wound up after he was released from the Rams. Did he get a fair shot? He says that he did get a fair shot, and he will also tell you that he still plans on playing football in the NFL. One thing's for sure, he has broken the ground to enable all gay football players to stick a foot outside of the closet if that's what they wish to do. And with the recent rulings by the courts across this country legalizing gay marriages, it won't be long before the whole gay subject will be passé.
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