We talked about this in one of the audio sessions in this Masterclass, but I want to reiterate it here:
There is a point — when something is new to you — when your brain is actively processing and paying attention to all the new information around you. And then, eventually (pretty quickly, in fact), your brain essentially decides that it knows what's going on, and it misses all the other things it can see and process and learn.
If you want your mind to remain engaged in the NFL — if you want to continually learn new things about teams and . . .