(PRWEB) August 11, 2012
The NFL preseason kicked off last weekend with Hall-of-Fame inductions and the Saints beating the Cardinals 17-10. The next four weeks will be jam packed with exhibition games that will have an impact on who makes the team and gets to showcase their skills in regular season NFL games and who looks for employment in the real world. TicketProcess.com is ready to put NFL fans in the center of the action with affordable and guaranteed NFL preseason tickets to each of the league's 32 teams.
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The 2012 NFL season will kickoff on Wednesday, September 5th when the Dallas Cowboys travel to New York to play the defending champion New York Giants, but a lot of entertaining and meaningful football will take place betwixt now and then.
Starters usually play between a quarter and a half of the game in preseason, which gives the hometown fans a chance to see some of their heroes in action before the wins and losses start to count. What makes the preseason so entertaining for so many NFL fans is the chance to get a good look at the backups at each skill position, including any rookies that are expected to play major roles in future years.
A few large fan bases will be watching the preseason action very closely, particularly Washington Redskins fans and Indianapolis Colts fans. Both squads will be walking the tight rope of giving their young rookie quarterbacks enough preseason snaps to get comfortable with the offense and acclimated to the speed of pro ball without putting them in harm's way. Robert Griffin III and the Skins will play an epic preseason game on August 25th when they host the Colts and Andrew Luck at FedEx Field.
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