The average football game is actually longer than the average baseball game. According to The Boston Globe, baseball games average 2 hours, 57 minutes and 33 seconds. This isn't to suggest baseball is inherently more exciting. But one of the contemporary knocks against baseball is its games take too long. It's curious that few complain about NFL game lengths, considering they take 13 minutes longer, more time than the 11 total minutes of actual game play during an NFL game. In other words, you could fit all the action of an average NFL game into the spare time after an average baseball game ends.
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So yes i can do math i just didnt see that the star didnt include kicking but i am right about the average time of a game between CFL MLB and NFL.
Seriously an NFL game is longer than an MLB game??? Thats just insane. And a CFL game is shorter than an MLB game.
Still makes no sense people complaining about flags that are higher than last year sure but not higher than 2004 when the Lions crammed BC place despite the highest flags per game average in the last 15 years or more