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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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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.


Can Chargers find offensive rhythm? The Chargers are going to be rusty on offense Monday night at Oakland. The team had several injuries on offense in the preseason and the first unit really didn’t get much time together in games this summer. Quarterback Philip Rivers didn’t even play in the third (and most important) preseason game because of injuries on the offensive line. It could take time for this unit to come together.


Instant bad memories for Oakland: In the last game that counted in Oakland, after Denver lost at home to Kansas City, all the Raiders had to do was beat the Chargers to go to the playoffs for the first time since 2002. However, San Diego, which was eliminated from the playoff race the week before, hammered the Raiders 38-26, keeping them out of the playoffs. It also cemented Hue Jackson’s departure from Oakland. Now, the Dennis Allen-led Raiders can get off to a good start in 2012 by handling the same Chargers.


The Thomas-Taylor showdown: Stepping onto the field in Denver on Sunday night will likely cause Pittsburgh cornerback Ike Taylor to shake a little. On the last play of a game that counted on that field, Denver receiver Demaryius Thomas stiff-armed and badly beat Taylor on his way to a 80-yard touchdown pass from former Denver quarterback Tim Tebow on the first offensive play of overtime to give the Broncos a wild-card-round victory over the Steelers. The play will live forever in both Denver and Pittsburgh. I’m sure Manning will try to create some new memories for Thomas and Taylor if the opportunity presents itself Sunday night.


The Peyton Manning era in Denver finally gets under way Sunday night against the Steelers after months of anticipation from the football nation. Perhaps the best part of the anticipation is the debate among the fans about the degree of success he’ll experience after missing the entire 2011 season and having four neck surgeries.


Warnings of dire consequences with officials new to the NFL game were unfilled in a sleepy performance by the replacements. The most egregious miss of the evening was a missed holding call on Cardinals offensive tackle Levi Brown in the first quarter on a play that would have likely resulted in a safety for the Saints.


The refs, led by former Big Ten official Craig Ochoa got off to an embarrassing start. He flipped the coin and called the wrong results, correcting himself as the player captains walked away from the coin toss.


For the most part, the refs kept their flags in their pocket and were relatively inoffensive. Nevertheless, it does not appear that the replacements will be heading back to Division II or even retirement anytime soon, so the quality of the officiating will continue to be a concern as the preseason continues.


As we get ready for the start of the NFL regular season, what better way to ring the bell on the latest round of Cowboys vs. Giants than to look at the talk that has been going on?


If you want to find trash talk for this game, all you have to do is find Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr, because he has been all over the media about his distaste for the Giants.


Here is what Carr told the media on Monday about this rivalry that he is about to partake in for the first time. (via CBS New York)


They’ve had great success, winning two Super Bowls in the past five years, however it is. I think guys are kind of getting tired of seeing that. So now it’s to the point, guys are getting fed up. It’s pretty much the attitude, ‘When is it going to be our time?’"


It's not exactly the most noteworthy quote, but it does give a glimpse into the psyche of where the Cowboys are at right now. They want to be where the Giants are so badly that it is taking a toll on their minds.