By Sarah LeibmanPublished June 18, 2018 11:16:03We’ve all been there, or at least were once.
We’ve gotten stuck in traffic and then had to take a nap or do laundry in the car while watching the game or waiting in line for a movie or whatever.
And, well, that’s when the sun is shining, right?
And then we start to feel it.
Or at least that’s what we’ve been told by the NFL’s league office.
The league has been telling teams for the past two seasons that the sun will be out for the entire 2018 regular season.
It will be about a week before kickoff, and then the NFL and the league office announced this weekend that the annual NFL preseason game in Arizona is not on this year’s schedule.
But that hasn’t stopped fans from having a great time and partying with friends in the desert.
There is an argument to be made that the NFL was right all along that it would take the sun out of the game.
But the sun isn’t a necessity.
As we know, the sun can shine on anything that’s got a roof.
And the NFL is correct that the league will have plenty of games this season.
But the NFL made it clear to teams that they have to take the day off because of the extreme heat, even though they are in Arizona and have to be in Arizona to play.
The NFL says it’s trying to be fair to teams by making the rule change.
But it seems a little disingenuous to suggest that if teams are being fair to each other, it’s because the sun has just started to get a little too hot.
The NFL has a very different message on what the day should be like, and the NFL isn’t alone.
In the last week, there have been some comments on social media that have been very negative.
The owners have been making statements like, well if the sun hasn’t started to set, the game will still be going on.
And then you have the players saying, well we can’t even see the sun.
It’s too hot out there.
The sun won’t be shining.
I’ve never been on a boat or a plane.
I’ve never seen a sunburn.
But when I was younger, I was on a yacht and I had to wear a suit because it was so hot.
And it was very uncomfortable.
So I thought, “I’m just going to sit on the beach and let it go,” said former New York Jets safety Jason Cole, who was with the New York Giants during the Super Bowl in 2006.
Cole says the best advice he got was, “If you want to get your tan on, wear a hat.”
I said, “What about a suit?”
And he said, oh, I’ve got that.
But if you want a tan, wear something cool like a t-shirt.
I thought that was kind of weird.
So I said to my mom, “Mom, what if I want to wear my suit to the beach?”
She said, what?
But it’s okay.
You’ll have your tan.
And she’ll say, “Cool, that will do.”
But the real issue is that people will be wearing hats all over the place.
The real issue, Cole says, is that it will be like wearing a big, expensive coat to the office or a white suit and a tie and a button-down shirt.
He thinks it’s going to make the players feel worse about themselves.
The other thing that I’ve heard from fans is, “When are we going to get our sunburn?”
And I said the sun doesn’t need to be shining because the weather is hot.
It doesn’t have to get hotter.
It can be cooler.
It just needs to get brighter.
So why do we have to spend the day sweating?
I get it.
I understand the fans want to feel comfortable, but it’s a waste of time, and it will put us at a disadvantage.
We’re in the season, so we’re just going out there and trying to do our best.
And we can go to the airport, have dinner with our family and just be ourselves.
But I’m not going to take that chance.
And I’m going to spend every day in the sun, because I have to.
And I’m hoping that when the season is over, people will see that, too.
I think that will be a huge change.
And that’s a good thing for everyone.