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Which TWO professional sports do you enjoy watching most on TV?

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Isn’t it fun when you get to select more than one answer in our polls?! That’s what you get to do here today. Pick TWO professional sports that you enjoy watching the most on TV.

Are your two favorites auto racing and golf? Hockey and tennis? Basketball and football? Something entirely different? If you answer “other,” please leave a comment and tell us what that is.

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Steven N
20 days ago

I apparently have a defective sports gene! I keep telling my wife that she is one of the luckiest women in the world since I have zero interest in watching any sports on tv they can fine every day like some I know. She just rolls her eyes and says “WHATEVER!” LOL

Don
23 days ago

I checked auto racing, but realize that’s NASCAR not open wheel. world of difference. I refuse to watch nfl or nba. Really turned off by their wokeness

Last edited 23 days ago by Don
Gene Bjerke
23 days ago

I only voted for one because I never watch sports on purpose.

Bob p
24 days ago

I did watch NFL until the over paid cry babies started disrespecting our Flag and National Anthem and I haven’t watched a game since. When the owners decide whether they are owners or Nannie’s I may start watching again, not until!

Sailor Bill
24 days ago
Reply to  Bob p

I’m with you Bob

KellyR
24 days ago

For some reason I never understood sports even as a kid. I guess too many rules to remember. When the Chicago Cubs are playing, I MUST leave the house – my wife coaches, directs, criticizes, every play;. I can hear her direct the whole game even thought I am outside. Her Cubs fan father actually wrote the Cubs manager after every bad game to give advice. We have return letters from the managers. I am however, a Cubs “fan” and do check the game score to find out if I am getting supper that night before I go in the house. NEVER mention the Cardinals in my wife’s house. It is my house too, — in “off season”.

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RV Staff(@rvstaff)
24 days ago
Reply to  KellyR

That’s funny, Kelly. (Sounds like your wife takes after her dad, at least when it comes to the Cubs.) And I’m glad to hear that it’s your house, too, at least for part of the year. 😆 Have a good night. 😀 –Diane

KellyR
24 days ago
Reply to  RV Staff

Cubs are now out of it, so she’s following the Phillies. Just a couple of more games and the World Series is over. Phew! Now I have to put up with the Tampa Bay Bucs! I’m just glad that she does not follow hockey or soccer.

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RV Staff(@rvstaff)
24 days ago
Reply to  KellyR

😆 And it’s good that she’s willing to prepare your meals once in awhile, also. (I’m trying to finish up tomorrow’s newsletter before we lose power from the wind! Yikes!) Have a good night, Kelly. 😀 –Diane

Barnjai
23 days ago
Reply to  KellyR

That is so funny! I’m sitting here right now as my husband watches “his” team, The University of Tennessee play Georgia. I texted my neighbor and asked if I could hang out with her until the game is over. Though I do hesitate to leave because he might have a heart attack and I need to be here to dial 9-1-1.

KellyR
23 days ago
Reply to  Barnjai

Winning or losing, for an ardent sports fan, it is the last 10 minutes of a game that are the most stressful. Just get home 10 minutes before the end of the game, and definitely before a game goes into overtime.

Roy Davis
24 days ago

I love baseball and have since I was a kid. I don’t watch anything else in the professional but like college football.

JAMES
24 days ago

I don’t watch sports.

Max Hegler
24 days ago

You left out one option… “None”. I do not watch any professional sports. I find high school and college sports to be more interesting and entertaining without the obscene payrolls.

Gary
24 days ago

Auto racing (not Nascar) and college football (not on the list).

Melvin Bryant
24 days ago

The kind of money these people make is not a sport

Rob
24 days ago

Love watching tennis (but I mostly watch highlights). And I enjoy baseball, but mostly listening to it on the radio. Baseball, a summer night, and a game on the radio is heaven. The TV coverage of baseball, and my #3, football, is just too overproduced for my taste.

Shelley
24 days ago

The only sport I used to love was pro football. Didn’t really matter which team was playing. After the take a knee issue against our military, flag, and country, I have lost complete respect for the entire organization. So no sports now!

Rob
24 days ago
Reply to  Shelley

Wow, you really have no idea what that was about. Regardless, it was 6 years ago. The NFL seems to have survived your boycott.

Bill
24 days ago

My wife and I do not enjoy watching professional sports on TV or otherwise. Nothing could be more boring or a waste of our time.

Bruce
24 days ago

I have better things to do than sit for hours watching sports.

Neal Davis
24 days ago

Baseball and “Other” are my two favorites. “Other” is cycling, road racing, and track and field. I would add cross-country, but only collegiate races are broadcast here in the USA. Were international cross-country races with professional runners shown here, then I would have included it in my “other.” I enjoy watching most collegiate sports — cross-country, baseball, basketball (men and women), football, and track and field — but I stop short of calling them “professional” sports or those who engage in them “professional” athletes despite the influx of over-the-table dollars into their pockets through name, image, and likeness payments.

Last edited 24 days ago by Neal Davis
Ron L
24 days ago

The only sports I watch on tv are those college football games that I have recorded (usually any Oregon Duck action).

Larry
24 days ago

I use to watch nascar, now too many rule changes to make it interesting. Now I pretty much do not watch any sports, It is just a waste of my time.

Jane
24 days ago

Cycling here!

Larry Lee
24 days ago

I marked basketball & football – not that I watch either one of them live! I only watch the highlight reels and classic youtube collections of ”best of” plays.

BillyBogey
24 days ago

Guess I’m a JStrap!! If there were not Sport’s on T.V. probably would not own.
But then can not watch Curling!! But do say “Eh!!”

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