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The 2012 NFL season, the 93rd regular season of the National Football League, is set to begin Wednesday, September 5, 2012, and will end with Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, February 3, 2013, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
Here are some of the legitimate ways to watch NFL games beyond those available on over-the-air broadcasts and basic cable:
•With the software(the best way):
Watch online: Satellite Direct .
•Many games are offered through the NFL Network channel. You can order this from your cable or satellite provider. This channel carries all the preseason games, weekly season games and hosts the popular show, NFL Total Access. It also includes “NFL Replay,” which offers the five best games of the week.
•For a free but legitimate viewing option, check out Hulu‘s NFL page online. You can watch past games, highlights and interviews. Just look under your favorite team’s name or in the Game of the Week section.
The NFL kicks off its 2012 season with a good old-fashioned rivalry game, not to mention one that could have a profound impact on the playoff picture down the road.
It all begins with the exact same matchup in which the league closed out its 2011 regular season, with the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys facing off in a grudge match at MetLife Stadium. The two NFC East contenders last locked horns in Northern New Jersey on New Year's Day in what turned out to be one of the most pivotal outcomes of last year's campaign, a 31-20 victory by the Giants.
The win allowed New York to edge Dallas for the division title and propel the Giants into the playoffs, where a fourth-seeded Big Blue squad maintained its surge of momentum by upending conference front-runners Green Bay and San Francisco on the road to advance to Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis, then became the first 9-7 team in NFL history to capture the Lombardi Trophy by outlasting New England in a 21-17 thriller.
The New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys are set to kick off the 2012 NFL season, which will also double as the official start to the professional football wagering season and triple as the beginning of the fantasy football season.
If you are like most NFL fans, there’s little doubt you engage in fantasy football and occasionally put some bets on the games.
Keep reading for a guide on how to bet the Cowboys vs. Giants, some fantasy advice and much more.
Go with the New York Football Giants in this situation. The Cowboys were absolutely awful down the stretch last season, finishing a paltry 1-6 against the spread.
While it’s a new season, the personnel is much of the same for these two squads as it was when they last met on New Year's Day 2012.
The G-Men shellacked the Cowboys in that game, 31-14, even as three-point underdogs.
Expect a similar result, as the Giants pass rush is simply too dominant against Big D, recording 14 sacks in the past five meetings compared to four total by Dallas.
Jones' athleticism and versatility brings a lot to a Patriots defense that likes to switch back and forth between 4-3 and 3-4 schemes. He's probably already the best defensive lineman on the team in terms of getting to the quarterback.
Barring major setbacks, Jones should open the season as a starter in New England and he should finish it as well.
It's funny to think that a 28-year-old guy can be a team's quarterback of the future.
But that's exactly what happened when the Browns drafted Brandon Weeden with the 22nd overall pick in 2012.
Weeden has already pretty much been declared the starter in Cleveland considering there's not much time for him to spend learning and developing.
Even with Colt McCoy still on the team and a new ownership group in place, Weeden projects to be the team's starter for the long haul and it's highly doubtful that anyone will unseat him this year.
Lions management had to be shocked to see the draft's second best tackle sitting on the board when they picked at 23 and they wasted no time in scooping him up.
But just because they got a steal with Reiff doesn't mean he's destined for the starting lineup right away.
Detroit seems pretty content with long-time left tackle Jeff Backus entrenched in his position for at least one more season and Gosder Cherilus looks to get the early nod on the right side.
Reiff could probably beat out Cherilus for the right tackle position, but it's uncertain if the Lions want to move him there just for one season.
My bet is that Reiff plays a year behind Backus and fills in if there's an injury at either tackle position. But if Backus or Cherilus show signs of struggle, Reiff could jump in and take over.
It's pretty rare that fans get excited over the drafting of an offensive guard.
But there is an undertone that they’ve got a secret to spring on the league in a couple weeks.
Every team at this stage of camp thinks it can be good. In Jacksonville, a significant improvement from 5-11 is certainly possible, no matter what the popular storylines are. Honest.
Theirs is a defense loaded with quality front-line talent. Beyond middle linebacker Paul Posluszny, most of it remains largely unknown. But if you don’t know linebacker Daryl Smith or cornerback Derek Cox or defensive tackle Terrance Knighton, that’s not the Jaguars' concern.
“If anyone feels we are not in a proper place or we have problems, that’s OK,” Posluszny said. “We feel like inside these walls we’re doing everything that we can to be a very successful team.
“Mularkey’s done a great job for us. He’s a former player who’s been through it. To me, that all means a ton, because he knows exactly what we are going through and what it takes to be successful.”
While the offense is being revamped, and Mularkey and his assistants are trying to reformat quarterback Blaine Gabbert after a horrific rookie season, the defensive system and bulk of the staff have been in place for a while now.
Gabbert has nice moments, but his overall inconsistencies halt any anxious proclamations that he made a significant offseason jump.
No matter how much players and coaches talk about his gains in leadership, no matter how much faith the organization has in him, no matter how patient they are, it comes down to making throws under pressure.
The early snapshot says the defense can be really good, but that a limited offense could be the obstacle to the surprise the Jaguars would so like to produce. There is a lot of time to work on what’s been installed, to find what works and to run it better than it’s been run so far.
1. Is Gabbert good enough? He folded under pressure too often last season, but the rush wasn’t all he was facing. The team drafted him 10th overall intending for him to sit and learn for a season, but that didn’t pan out and he was hurried into starter status for 14 games during which he had poor pass protection and very limited receivers.