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Raiders vs Chargers live stream - Watch NFL games 2012 online free

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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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Smith’s differential was almost a near-match for the quarterback on the other side of the field in this game, Aaron Rodgers, as seen in the chart on the right.

Smith had the best season of his career in 2011. His five game-winning drives in the fourth quarter and overtime were tied for the second-most in the NFL, behind only Giants quarterback Eli Manning.

The other Smith is a difference-maker
49ers linebacker Aldon Smith had a significant impact in his first NFL season. He’ll be trying to match that in 2012.

The 49ers averaged a sack once every 12 dropbacks with Aldon Smith on field last season, but averaged a sack once every 23 dropbacks with Smith off the field. Smith was on field for only 48 percent of the 49ers’ defensive plays last season.

Keep in mind that if the 49ers defend passes in a similar manner to how they did so last season, it plays right into one of Rodgers’ (many) strengths.

Being the opponent at the Giants' Super Bowl banner raising celebration should supply the Cowboys with all the motivation they need to dominate on Wednesday.

Confidence is a major part of the current Cowboys team, and for Tony Romo to have the most confidence throughout the season, he has to lead the team to some early wins. An uphill battle towards a playoff spot is not the scenario the Cowboys want to find themselves in late in the year.

Six of the last seven meetings have been decided by less than 14 points, and the Giants are 4-2 in those matchups. The Cowboys need to prove that they can win close games against top competition, especially in the division. If you cannot win close games, you're not a Super Bowl-worthy team.

Now that Manning is out of Indianapolis, Reggie Wayne instantly becomes the veteran leader on offense. He has been one of the most consistent receivers over the past decade, but he's on the decline. Wayne is 33 years old and struggled last year on a team that was in transition. To compound the problem, the Colts added two tight ends in the draft and will rely more on the run. Wayne is no longer an elite wideout and is at best a low-end No. 3 fantasy receiver. Austin Collie also suffered mightily without Manning. After scoring eight touchdowns in only nine games two years ago, Collie fell to one score in 16 games. The fourth-year wideout is strictly a reserve fantasy option.

Coby Fleener has the advantage of already playing with Luck throughout their college careers. He'll be one of Luck's primary targets and has the potential to finish as a top-15 tight end in a rebuilding offense. Fleener demonstrated in college that he can get downfield and put pressure on opposing defenses with his athleticism. Third-round pick Dwayne Allen should play alongside Fleener in many formations, but is more of a blocker and less of a receiving threat compared to the former Stanford tight end.