Then you should be following the Canadian Football League, which kicks off its 2011 season in one week.
So, to assist you in getting ready for the upcoming season, here are Moretti's Fearless (and Hopefully Not Flawed) predictions:
Montreal: The Alouettes won the title in 2009 and 2010, and the pieces are in place for another championship run.
Toronto: The Argonauts are getting better, but I don't think they're ready to challenge for division superiority or a Grey Cup championship.
Hamilton: The TigerCats need more consistency, and they could have enough talent to overtake hated Toronto and finish second in the East. Whether that translates into winning a playoff game is still debatable.
Winnipeg: The Blue Bombers are not THAT bad, but they remain the least-talented team in this division.
Calgary: The Stamps are the West's best team, and they also should be given strong consideration for being the CFL's best. Anything less than an appearance in the Grey Cup will be a disappointment.
Saskatchewan: The Roughriders have lost the last two CFL championship games. Don't expect them to make it three in a row. In fact, second place is not a certainty.
British Columbia: The Lions are on the way back. But the hill is still steep.
Edmonton: This fine city deserves better than the CFL's worst team and the NHL's doormat.
Toronto over Hamilton
British Columbia over Saskatchewan
Montreal over Toronto
Calgary over British Columbia
GREY CUP CHAMPIONSHIP:
Calgary over Montreal