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As you sit on your couch, incapacitated from your 4,000-calorie-a-person meal, eyes glued to Patriots vs. Jets, take some time out of your food coma to examine this nifty infographic chart ranking the NFL videobards from largest (Cowboys, a-durrr) to smallest (Vikings).
There’s nothing like a crisp infographic to reduce meaningful dialogue to a pocket-sized piece of paper, and we have that here concerning the replacement refs. The entire blogosphere wouldn’t shut up about them for almost a month, and we weren’t immune to discussing those (non) officials ad nauseam either. But we didn’t realize exactly how much the refs dominated the conversation.
Courtesy of Greg Voakes comes this monster of an infographic regarding that most special time of year, March Madness. From the interesting ($3.5 billion will be bet on March Madness bracket pools), to the useful (choosing a 16-seed to win a game lowers your odds of winning your pool by 99%) there’s a ton in here. The full infographic, after the jump.
The following infographic, which comes courtesy of Mint.com and Wallet Pop, will make you want to pack a lunch to an NFL game.