While pigskin-starved NFL fans still have to wait another month for the first official game of the 2016 campaign, the preseason has arrived to provide temporary solace during the remaining weeks of the offseason... - From Bleacher Report
Things kicked off Sunday at the Hall of Fame Game between the Green Bay Packers and Indianapolis Colts, and fans of every team will get the opportunity to see their squads lace it up in the coming days.
The intensity of the crowd, how many show up and stay for the whole game, and whether Cowboys fans will take over the stadium—as they so often do at road contests—will all be discussed.
In terms of the football, there is little to draw from an X’s and O’s standpoint during the first week of the preseason since the starters will play sparingly and teams aren’t likely to delve deep into their playbooks.
He and the rest of the offense failed to generate consistent scoring opportunities, and Newton finished with an interception and two lost fumbles without personally finding the end zone.
Jim McBride of the Boston Globe said Garoppolo’s former quarterback guru, Jeff Christensen, thinks the Eastern Illinois product will be just fine in 2016: Garoppolo’s former QB guru believes he’s in a perfect situation to succeed.