The End of the Season Is Here

We miss football.

Every year, we look forward to seeing new team uniform designs, continuing traditions, and watching every move unfold. We watch players improve and work towards becoming the GOAT. This year, we watched quarterback Tom Brady play a fierce game and win his seventh ring. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Super Bowl 55, bringing this season to a close. 

Let’s face it, Super Bowl Sunday is a holiday. Watching football brings us together with family and friends, gives us something to root for, and brings some excitement to our evenings. True fans are dedicated. They know how to appreciate every element of the sport; football provides a community that encourages sportsmanship.

How are you coping? 

There’s always a feeling of blues after the last game, no matter if your team won or lost. Watching your favorite teams and players fight for the championship is entertaining and exciting for every game. 

At the end of football season, we like to focus on making awesome helmet builds to show off for the following year. We anxiously await any details about practices, drafts, new game strategies, and anything else relating to next year’s season. The helmet builds we share allow us to stay occupied until the next season begins. 

Let’s chat!

On YouTube, we share our favorite customer designs, fan builds, and our own helmet creations. Our channel is a place to start conversation and stay involved with the sport. We talk football helmets, facemasks, visors, chinstraps, and design. Let’s interact and talk about our favorite game highlights, about our predictions for next season, suggest what helmet we should create next. Leave a comment here, on our channel, or DM us on Instagram! We want to hear from you! 

Amanda Fortner

Amanda Fortner

Amanda Phillips is the Content Marketing Developer for Green Gridiron. She has a BS in Media and Communications. Amanda is skilled with writing for multiple media platforms, photography, and editing. She enjoys anything creative that she can get her hands on.


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