Watching the NFL preseason is more important than any NFL fan thinks, especially if they want to use websites like footballbettingaction.com to get the best NFL Betting Lines for the season and win more bets (plus games in their fantasy football league).
John Skelton’s Future
Last season the Cardinals had a 5-2 record with Skelton, but they were 3-6 when he wasn’t playing. In spite of their record with Skelton last season, the Cardinals haven’t committed to him this season and have said that they were going to allow Skelton and Kevin Kolb to compete against each other. Good or bad idea? You will have to watch the 2012 preseason to find out.
Does Brian Quick Have What It Takes?
NFL fans have been open to praising Brian Quick without thinking about the fact that he has a lot to learn, a huge playbook to study and big shoes to fill in order to compete at the same level Brandon Lloyd did last year.
Can Randy Moss Come Back?
It seems like it’s been a long time since Randy Moss last acted like he wanted to win on the field and many NFL insiders are wondering if he’s just going to play like an employee this season or will he bring the same passion to the field that he had when he was younger. If Mr. Moss doesn’t want to play for real this season, the 49ers have one option, Mario Manningham, a tough player that they can put opposite on the field to another tough guy, Michael Crabtree.
What’s Up With Seattle?
Tarvaris Jackson has a huge advantage in already being a master of the system that Pete Carroll has had in place in Seattle for years, but if he doesn’t show like he’s ready to perform during this preseason, he could find himself out of a job and Matt Flynn would be in the limelight this season.
Catching Up With Tampa Bay
The Buccaneers are going to come back strong in 2012 thanks to Doug Martin. NFL insiders love Blount because of his dedication to the game and preparation, but if he fails to preform during preseason, LeGarrette Blount could find himself playing a strong role for the team