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  • #16
    Originally posted by GermaineRace
    People can get seriously injured just as easily in the 1st 2nd or 3rd regular season games. Pre Season or that early in the regular season is still too early to go down no matter how you look at it so just leave the pre season alone.
    Of course but injuries are expected to happen during the regular season, those games actually mean something though, preseason don't, which is why we only need two preseason games. I would love to see the schedule elongated to 18 games though.

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    • #17
      2 games, leave the season the same length though. I think it would be fine, maybe have the Super Bowl at the end of January again?


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      • #18
        You need 4 games for fringe player tryouts. Two games is not enough to get a good look at the guys competing for the last few roster spots AND get your starters' rust shaken off.
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        • #19
          Originally posted by JBond93
          2 games, leave the season the same length though. I think it would be fine, maybe have the Super Bowl at the end of January again?
          I agree. 2 preseason and 16 regular season games.

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          • #20
            make it three. the fourth game is absolutely worthless. leave the 1st and 2nd for the backups to fight it out, the third for starter warm-up, then get to the season.

            the ONLY reason there's 4 right now is to put more money in the owner's pockets. don't delude yourselves into thinking coaches couldn't straighten out their rosters in a shorter amount of time.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by #1SaintsFan
              Originally posted by Vikings Fan
              Its fine how it is now.

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              • #22
                what why do people ***** about pre season just more games to watch.... i rather see preseason games then watching nfl off season and watching lame baseball and basketball all day... just my 2 cents more games the better even if its just preseason

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by #1SaintsFan
                  Originally posted by Vikings Fan
                  Its fine how it is now.

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                  • #24
                    It's fine how it is. In all honesty, teams do scrimmages and stuff anyways. The only reason people dont like the preseason is because of the injuries, but it isnt really any different than a scrimmage only that it's "official" and more recognized. Bills and Browns scrimmage every year and its never a preseason game, people dont complain about that.

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                    • #25
                      Re: How many games should preseason last?

                      Originally posted by Simms2Clayton
                      I really hate that the preseason lasts 2 more games than it should imo.

                      By the 2nd game the coaches already know who are making the roster, and I don't like seeing injuries happen when they shouldn't.
                      6 i say

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                      • #26
                        2, atmost 3...just make camps longer. 4 games is rediculous, imo.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by D-Buc
                          2 games, make the regular season 18 games.
                          You've got to be joking. 16 games is already hard enough on the players. The union would never agree to an 18 game schedule.

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