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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.
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The Broncos opened up as 1-point home favorites over the Steelers and have been bet up to minus-1 ½. The Linemakers NFL Power Ratings have the Broncos at 96.5, tied with the Cowboys for 13th-best. The Steelers’ rating is 98.5, tied for fourth-best in the league with the 49ers. When adding in three points for the Broncos’ home-field advantage, the spread comes out perfectly to where it’s currently listed on the market.
Because of all the anticipation of football simply being back, Manning returning and this being an isolated Sunday night game, this should be one of the higher wagered upon games of the season.
Although it’s only the first week, the Steelers’ game is pivotal for the Broncos because it’s the first of seven games this season against opponents that made the playoffs last season. Getting nine wins or more could be very difficult for the Broncos if they don’t start off with some momentum. In Week 2 they play at Atlanta, and in Week 3 they welcome the Texans to Denver.
It’s just as conceivable that they could start out 0-3 as it would be to expect 3-0, but regardless of how it turns out, it will be fun to watch.
In my opinion, to say the Saints' players were doing exactly what is done throughout the league is probably true. To say they were paying each other to intentionally injure opposing players is likely not true. But the bottom line is that without proof or evidence, the players can't be punished. These suspensions were being used to set an example and to scare other NFL players. However, they were also damaging the character and the names of the those who were singled out.
Of course this likely will not end here. Goodell can still rule again and can still attempt to suspend the players for multiple games. Meanwhile, Vilma has a defamation suit pending that will continue to linger over the season until it is settled.
As a Saints fan, I am happy to see justice prevail here, at least for now. This was the right decision for a number of reasons. It will be good to see the defense at full strength soon, and hopefully this controversy can soon be a thing of the past.
The Cardinals are counting on rookie receiver Michael Floyd, their first-round pick, to bolster their offense and help whoever ends up at quarterback. He has some work to do between now and the start of the season. Floyd played with the second team, catching one pass from Arizona's third quarterback Richard Bartel. He at least made his one reception count, a 15-yarder that gave the Cardinals a first down with about three minutes left in the first half.
For a time, it looked like Chase Daniel might have been the Saints' starting quarterback while the organization and Drew Brees started each other down over the franchise tag. Daniel played well, despite an ugly interception. Color man Mike Mayock described Daniel as accurate and tough. No doubt the Cardinals were watching in awe.
Arizona was without its top running backs, Ryan Williams and Beanie Wells. Alfonso Smith started in their place and showed well for himself. He finished the game with 46 yards and a touchdown on eight carries, helped by some solid run blocking by the Cardinals' interior line.