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NFL preseason rivalry is renewed on Thursday when the New York Giant and New York Giants face off at MetLife Stadium at 7 p.m. ET. These teams have met in the preseason 50 times, annually since 1959, with the Jets holding a slim 25-24-1 advantage. Since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger, they’ve met only 13 times during the regular season. Oddsmakers expect a close, low-scoring game on Thursday, listing the Jets as 1.5-point favorites in the latest Giants vs. Jets odds. The over-under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 33.5. Before you make any Giants vs. Jets picks or NFL predictions for the first week of the preseason, you’ll want to see what famed pro football expert Mike Tierney has to say.
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Tierney has been a winner for SportsLine members in every sport, but the NFL is his specialty. An acclaimed sportswriter whose work appears in the New York Times and Los Angeles Times, Tierney has reported from seven Super Bowls. Now a SportsLine expert, Tierney was all over the Patriots covering in the Super Bowl, enabling him to finish the season with a sparkling 63-46 record against the spread. He’s also on a blistering 15-6 run on his last 21 picks involving the Jets. Anyone who has followed him is way, way up.

With the opening week of the NFL preseason starting Thursday, Tierney has evaluated Jets vs. Giants from every angle and locked in his strong pointspread pick. He’s only sharing it over at SportsLine.

Tierney knows the Jets should have the added boost of playing for a new coach. The Jets have won just 14 games over the last three seasons, but this year starts a new era led by Adam Gase, the former Dolphins coach who has a reputation for being a mentor for quarterbacks. That bodes well for second-year Jets starter Sam Darnold, who won’t play Thursday, but former Broncos starter Trevor Siemian, another young QB with room to grow, will.

Jets No. 3 overall pick Quinnen Williams should see action as well. Williams, a defensive tackle from Alabama, is expected to anchor a D-line with Leonard Williams on a front that ranked in the top 20 in most statistical categories last season. The talented and deep line could give the growing Giants fits.

But just because the Jets may have the motivational edge with a new coach doesn’t mean they’ll cover against the rival Giants.

The Giants went 5-2-1 against the spread over their last eight games of 2018, while the Jets ended the season on a 2-7-1 slide.

Giants quarterback Eli Manning won’t play on Thursday, but Daniel Jones will. The No. 6 overall pick out of Duke in the 2019 NFL Draft was considered a reach by some experts, but New York is grooming him to be the heir to Manning, and he’ll get his first look at NFL action against the Jets.

We can tell you Tierney is leaning under, but he’s isolated a critical X-factor that has him going big on one side of the spread. He’s only sharing what it is, and who to back, at SportsLine.

Who wins the Giants vs. Jets? And which critical X-factor makes one side of the spread hit hard? Visit SportsLine now to see Mike Tierney’s strong Giants vs. Jets pick, all from the acclaimed expert who went 63-46 on NFL picks against the spread last season, and find out.

New York Giant training camp doesn’t commence for several weeks so it’s time to make some early game-by-game predictions for the 2019 season.

With the opening of training camp still several weeks away for the New York Giant, it’s time to take an early look at game-by-game predictions for the 2019 campaign. Gang Green is in the process of re-inventing itself.

They have new uniforms, a new coach and hopefully a much improved contingent over last year’s 4-12 debacle. Things have to get better, right?

Let’s find out.
Sept. 8 vs. Buffalo

The season opener between these old AFL rivals will mark the head coaching debut of Adam Gase and MetLife Stadium will be rocking. These two squads split the season series last year but the Bills lead the all-time series, 62-55.

Josh Allen and Sam Darnold, both 2018 first-round picks, will face each other for the third time. Darnold continues his development with a pair of touchdown passes, one to Le’Veon Bell, to power the Jets to victory: Jets 24, Bills 16.
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Sept. 16 vs. Cleveland

This is a terrific Monday Night Football matchup pitting Browns signal-caller Baker Mayfield against Darnold. Mayfield set the NFL rookie record for touchdown passes with 27 in 2018 and is joined by Odell Beckham Jr. this season. Mayfield fires a touchdown pass to Beckham from 82 yards away but Darnold outduels him with three touchdown tosses to lead Gang Green to a thrilling 35-31 triumph.
Sept. 22 at New England

The Jets usually wind up their season in Foxboro but make an early trip this year to visit ageless Tom Brady and the rest of the defending Super Bowl champs. It will not go well. Rob Gronkowski has retired but Brady throws a trio of touchdown passes — two to Julian Edelman — as the Patriots roll past New York, 38-13, to drop the Jets to 2-1 on the young season.
Oct. 6 at Philadelphia

After enjoying an early bye in Week 4, Gang Green travels to Philly to face a formidable Eagles squad. New York’s secondary will be hard-pressed to contain Zach Ertz, Alshon Jeffrey and company. Look for Carson Wentz to run for a touchdown and fire another to Ertz to lift the Birds past Gang Green, 24-17.
Oct. 13 vs. Dallas

Another battle against a NFC East foe. The Jets must contain All-Pro halfback Ezekiel Elliott, a two-dimensional back with outstanding quickness. Linebacker C.J. Mosley must make the correct reads and try to keep Elliott in front of him as well as mobile quarterback Dak Prescott. The Cowboys are difficult to stop because they use play-action so effectively. Prescott finds Amari Cooper for a 34-yard score in overtime to send Dallas to a 26-20 win.

New York Jets NFL Game

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NFL preseason rivalry is renewed on Thursday when the New York Jets and New York Giants face off at MetLife Stadium at 7 p.m. ET. These teams have met in the preseason 50 times, annually since 1959, with the Jets holding a slim 25-24-1 advantage. Since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger, they’ve met only 13 times during the regular season. Oddsmakers expect a close, low-scoring game on Thursday, listing the Jets as 1.5-point favorites in the latest Giants vs. Jets odds. The over-under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 33.5. Before you make any Giants vs. Jets picks or NFL predictions for the first week of the preseason, you’ll want to see what famed pro football expert Mike Tierney has to say.
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Tierney has been a winner for SportsLine members in every sport, but the NFL is his specialty. An acclaimed sportswriter whose work appears in the New York Times and Los Angeles Times, Tierney has reported from seven Super Bowls. Now a SportsLine expert, Tierney was all over the Patriots covering in the Super Bowl, enabling him to finish the season with a sparkling 63-46 record against the spread. He’s also on a blistering 15-6 run on his last 21 picks involving the Jets. Anyone who has followed him is way, way up.

With the opening week of the NFL preseason starting Thursday, Tierney has evaluated Jets vs. Giants from every angle and locked in his strong pointspread pick. He’s only sharing it over at SportsLine.

Tierney knows the Jets should have the added boost of playing for a new coach. The Jets have won just 14 games over the last three seasons, but this year starts a new era led by Adam Gase, the former Dolphins coach who has a reputation for being a mentor for quarterbacks. That bodes well for second-year Jets starter Sam Darnold, who won’t play Thursday, but former Broncos starter Trevor Siemian, another young QB with room to grow, will.

Jets No. 3 overall pick Quinnen Williams should see action as well. Williams, a defensive tackle from Alabama, is expected to anchor a D-line with Leonard Williams on a front that ranked in the top 20 in most statistical categories last season. The talented and deep line could give the growing Giants fits.

But just because the Jets may have the motivational edge with a new coach doesn’t mean they’ll cover against the rival Giants.

The Giants went 5-2-1 against the spread over their last eight games of 2018, while the Jets ended the season on a 2-7-1 slide.

Giants quarterback Eli Manning won’t play on Thursday, but Daniel Jones will. The No. 6 overall pick out of Duke in the 2019 NFL Draft was considered a reach by some experts, but New York is grooming him to be the heir to Manning, and he’ll get his first look at NFL action against the Jets.

We can tell you Tierney is leaning under, but he’s isolated a critical X-factor that has him going big on one side of the spread. He’s only sharing what it is, and who to back, at SportsLine.

Who wins the Giants vs. Jets? And which critical X-factor makes one side of the spread hit hard? Visit SportsLine now to see Mike Tierney’s strong Giants vs. Jets pick, all from the acclaimed expert who went 63-46 on NFL picks against the spread last season, and find out.

New York Jets training camp doesn’t commence for several weeks so it’s time to make some early game-by-game predictions for the 2019 season.

With the opening of training camp still several weeks away for the New York Jets, it’s time to take an early look at game-by-game predictions for the 2019 campaign. Gang Green is in the process of re-inventing itself.

They have new uniforms, a new coach and hopefully a much improved contingent over last year’s 4-12 debacle. Things have to get better, right?

Let’s find out.
Sept. 8 vs. Buffalo

The season opener between these old AFL rivals will mark the head coaching debut of Adam Gase and MetLife Stadium will be rocking. These two squads split the season series last year but the Bills lead the all-time series, 62-55.

Josh Allen and Sam Darnold, both 2018 first-round picks, will face each other for the third time. Darnold continues his development with a pair of touchdown passes, one to Le’Veon Bell, to power the Jets to victory: Jets 24, Bills 16.
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Sept. 16 vs. Cleveland

This is a terrific Monday Night Football matchup pitting Browns signal-caller Baker Mayfield against Darnold. Mayfield set the NFL rookie record for touchdown passes with 27 in 2018 and is joined by Odell Beckham Jr. this season. Mayfield fires a touchdown pass to Beckham from 82 yards away but Darnold outduels him with three touchdown tosses to lead Gang Green to a thrilling 35-31 triumph.
Sept. 22 at New England

The Jets usually wind up their season in Foxboro but make an early trip this year to visit ageless Tom Brady and the rest of the defending Super Bowl champs. It will not go well. Rob Gronkowski has retired but Brady throws a trio of touchdown passes — two to Julian Edelman — as the Patriots roll past New York, 38-13, to drop the Jets to 2-1 on the young season.
Oct. 6 at Philadelphia

After enjoying an early bye in Week 4, Gang Green travels to Philly to face a formidable Eagles squad. New York’s secondary will be hard-pressed to contain Zach Ertz, Alshon Jeffrey and company. Look for Carson Wentz to run for a touchdown and fire another to Ertz to lift the Birds past Gang Green, 24-17.
Oct. 13 vs. Dallas

Another battle against a NFC East foe. The Jets must contain All-Pro halfback Ezekiel Elliott, a two-dimensional back with outstanding quickness. Linebacker C.J. Mosley must make the correct reads and try to keep Elliott in front of him as well as mobile quarterback Dak Prescott. The Cowboys are difficult to stop because they use play-action so effectively. Prescott finds Amari Cooper for a 34-yard score in overtime to send Dallas to a 26-20 win.

Giants vs Jets

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1. Kicking off 2019. Fifty years after they first played each other in a preseason game, this is just the third time the Giants and Jets have met in a preseason opener. They also did so in 1983 and 2010, the latter in the first NFL game in MetLife Stadium. This will be the 51st consecutive summer in which the Giants and Jets will meet since the series began in 1969. The Giants have won the three previous preseason meetings, including 22-16 last year.

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2. Playing time. Pat Shurmur did not disclose who will and will not play on Thursday night, but did say that “a few guys that are healthy and have been practicing may not play.” Does that mean Eli Manning? “We’ll let that all reveal itself,” said Shurmur, who rested the quarterback in the second and fourth preseason games last year. Running back Saquon Barkley played only the preseason opener as a rookie.
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3. Jones to debut. One player who will for sure see the field, Shurmur said, is rookie quarterback Daniel Jones. He has been practicing with the second team, followed by Alex Tanney and Kyle Lauletta. “I’m excited,” said Jones, the sixth overall draft choice. “I think it’ll be a whole lot of fun to just run out there for the first time and kind of be part of the scene, be part of an NFL football game. So, I’m excited, I’m looking forward to getting out there.”

4. Depth chart. The Giants have released their first depth chart ahead of Thursday’s preseason opener against the Jets. As always, it is subject to change. It simply serves as a guide, more so for the media than the coaches. Check it out HERE.

5. Injury report. The team will release a “did not play” list later tonight, but the following players have missed time or were limited this week in practice: WR Darius Slayton, CB Sam Beal, OT Brian Mihalik, OT Chad Wheeler, OLB Avery Moss, OT George Asafo-Adjei. WR Sterling Shepard (broken thumb) and CB Grant Haley (shoulder) have been practicing while wearing a non-contact yellow pinny.

6. Standout rookies. Defensive lineman Dexter Lawrence and cornerback Corey Ballentine have turned some heads this summer, and Thursday night will be their first time at an NFL game. Neither has ever seen one in person.

“The first impression is the best impression kind of deal,” said Lawerence, a first-round draft choice who grew up a Giants fan. “No stress, it’s just go out there and play football. It’s what I’ve been doing all my life.”

“I lived in Kansas and I had Kansas City, which was in Missouri,” said Ballentine, selected in the sixth round of the NFL Draft. “But I was never really a big fan, so I never went to the games. I don’t really know why I never went to a game, actually. I never really got the chance. But I’m excited for (Thursday).”

7. Competitions heat up. Thursday night is one of four major auditions for starting job and roster spots as the 53-man roster must be finalized by 4 p.m. on Aug. 31. The competitions at center, wide receiver, and cornerback are among the ones to watch. Jon Halapio is currently with the first team at center, but the Giants also feel confident with Spencer Pulley. Given the absences at wide receiver, players like Cody Latimer, Bennie Fowler, and Russell Shepard have seen increased reps. In the secondary, Grant Haley and Antonio Hamilton are listed as second-team cornerbacks behind Janoris Jenkins and DeAndre Baker.

8. New P.I. rule. A major storyline of the preseason around the NFL is the new rule that made offensive and defensive pass interference subject to review. Coaches can now challenge those calls outside of the final two minutes of each half. Inside of two minutes, they will be subject to a booth review. It was put to use for the first time in the Hall of Fame Game as the Broncos challenged a pass interference penalty called on their defense. The call was upheld.

“I really do believe that we all want to get it right,” Shurmur said. “This is going to be talked about a great deal. It’s going to have an effect on some games, so I think in the preseason, it makes sense for all of us to, every once in a while, throw one just to see what the response is.”

9. Classmates. Giants running back Saquon Barkley and Jets quarterback Sam Darnold were drafted second and third overall, respectively, in the 2018 NFL Draft. The college superstars played against each other in the highest-scoring Rose Bowl in history as Penn State and USC combined for 98 points. Barkley had 194 rushing yards, 55 receiving yards, 57 kickoff return yards, and three total touchdowns in the 2017 game.

10. See ya later. Of the Giants’ four preseason opponents this year, they will see three of them again in the regular season. They play the Jets in Week 10, Patriots in Week 6 (Preseason Week 4), and Bears in Week 12 (Preseason Week 2). The Giants lead the all-time regular-season series against the Jets, 8-5, including five consecutive victories between 1996 and 2011. The Jets’ 2015 overtime victory was their first over the Giants since 1993.

Bills vs Colts

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WESTFIELD, Ind. — The Indianapolis Colts (0-0) and Buffalo Bills (0-0) get their 2019 preseason started out in New York on Thursday evening, giving fans relief from months and months of being without football.

In this first preseason matchup, it is likely that many established starters either play very few snaps if at all, so it will be a great chance to get a look at each team’s rookies and other budding, young players.

Here is everything you need to know to get you ready for Thursday’s preseason kickoff.
BROADCAST INFORMATION

Thursday, Aug. 8, at 7 p.m. ET
Buffalo, N.Y.; New Era Field
TV: FOX59 (WXIN) — Greg Rakestraw (play-by-play), Rick Venturi (color) and Larra Overton (sideline)
To find out what games will be on in your area, check here.
Radio: WFNI “1070 The Fan” and WLHK “HANK FM” — Matt Taylor (play-by-play), Jim Sorgi (color) and Jeffrey Gorman (sideline)

ALL-TIME SERIES

Bills lead, 32-37-1. In the preseason, the teams are tied 4-4.
Last game — Week 7 of 2018. Colts won, 37-5. The Colts won the last preseason matchup in 2016, 19-18.

  • Overall, this was a pretty quiet offseason for the Colts for a change. It was about building onto and shaping the current roster rather than shaking things up or making sweeping changes.
  • Former starting receivers Ryan Grant and Dontrelle Inman both departed in free agency, and veterans Mike Mitchell and Al Woods also were not re-signed by the team. Offensive lineman Matt Slauson retired following a 10-year career.
  • The Colts did do two big things through acquisitions, and that was to add dynamic playmaking on offense in the form of wide receivers Parris Campbell and Devin Funchess, and they added a ton of speed on defense with Ben Banogu, Bobby Okereke and E.J. Speed.

Bills:

  • The offseason was much more about addition for Buffalo, although they did see some familiar faces depart in guard John Miller and tight end Charles Clay, who both joined other teams as free agents, and defensive tackle Kyle Williams, who retired after 13 seasons with the team.
  • In general, the team is obviously loading up around second-year quarterback Josh Allen as it added a ton of offensive linemen, running backs and receivers to protect and complement him.
  • Hitting Someone Else — Training camp is more than halfway through, and after being in pads for several of those days in 85-plus-degree weather, tempers start to get shorter. With an obvious discouragement from tussling with your own teammates, players on both teams are almost certainly ready to hit guys in another uniform. “Yeah, totally. Yeah, you could feel it out there today too,” Colts head coach Frank Reich told reporters recently about players being ready to go against a different team. “So yeah, it is that time. We will go to Buffalo and have a chance to be tested in that way.”
  • Who Won’t Be Playing For The Colts — It’s already been the plan for several key players for the Colts not to be playing in this first matchup. Outside of quarterback Andrew Luck, we don’t know many of the others who won’t play. However, this will be a great opportunity for the players behind those who won’t play to earn important in-game reps. Asked specifically about a few players, Reich said he expects quarterback Jacoby Brissett to play about a quarter, wide receiver Deon Cain — who will be making his official return after suffering a torn ACL in the preseason opener last year and missing the 2018 season — will play about a quarter or a quarter and a half (see more below), while running back Marlon Mack is not expected to play.
  • Versatility Of The Offense — Because of the coaching, the quarterback, the line and the weapons the Colts have, their offense should be dynamic and capable of doing just about anything an offense can do. We likely won’t see that in full swing during the preseason because of a lack of scheming and playing time for key players, but the diversity of talent on the offensive side of the ball should be plenty evident.

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Colts QB Andrew Luck, who remains out due to a calf injury, has altered his workouts, according to coach Frank Reich. “An upgraded, more dynamic series of exercises – that would challenge him even more physically, get more strength,” Reich said. There’s still no timetable on when Luck will resume practicing.

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Reich isn’t acting overly concerned about Luck still being out. Reich mentioned former Colts coach Tony Dungy as a reason why he isn’t worried – publicly at least – about when Luck will return, especially with the start of the regular season less than five weeks away. “Even when our best players got hurt, you would look at him and you would think it was just – he was never overly concerned. And so I just think that’s important,” Reich said about Dungy. “You can do both: you can have a genuine care and love for your players, want to do everything you can do to help them get better, but you also understand in this business that when a guy is not ready it’s just got to be next man up. And if you really don’t believe that deep down in, then I just think that shows.”

aptain Andrew Luck and the Colts will have plenty of high-profile showdowns in 2019, most notably with Luck matching up with other highly-regarded quarterbacks. In Week 1, he’ll toe the line with Philip Rivers and the Chargers, Matt Ryan and the Falcons come to Indy on Week 3, the Colts travel to see Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in a playoff matchup in Week 5 and it just keeps going from there. In Week 7 (at home) and Week 12 (at Houston), the Colts will see Deshaun Watson and the Texans; Week 9 will see Ben Roethlisberger and the host Steelers, Week 15 will be at New Orleans for Drew Brees and the Saints, and Cam Newton’s Panthers come to town in Week 16.

  • WESTFIELD, Ind. — The Indianapolis Colts (0-0) and Buffalo Bills (0-0) get their 2019 preseason started out in New York on Thursday evening, giving fans relief from months and months of being without football.

    In this first preseason matchup, it is likely that many established starters either play very few snaps if at all, so it will be a great chance to get a look at each team’s rookies and other budding, young players.

    Here is everything you need to know to get you ready for Thursday’s preseason kickoff.
    BROADCAST INFORMATION

    Thursday, Aug. 8, at 7 p.m. ET
    Buffalo, N.Y.; New Era Field
    TV: FOX59 (WXIN) — Greg Rakestraw (play-by-play), Rick Venturi (color) and Larra Overton (sideline)
    To find out what games will be on in your area, check here.
    Radio: WFNI “1070 The Fan” and WLHK “HANK FM” — Matt Taylor (play-by-play), Jim Sorgi (color) and Jeffrey Gorman (sideline)

    ALL-TIME SERIES

    Bills lead, 32-37-1. In the preseason, the teams are tied 4-4.
    Last game — Week 7 of 2018. Colts won, 37-5. The Colts won the last preseason matchup in 2016, 19-18.

Buffalo Bills NFL Game

The Buffalo Bills will kickoff the 2019 preseason schedule on Thursday at 7 pm against the Indianapolis Colts. Head coach Sean McDermott says the starters are expected to play for roughly a quarter. Outside of the starters, here are five players to watch for the Bills first preseason game.

The rookie running back has been making a splash in training camp with his ability to cut in between tackles and quickly burst upfield. In a backfield with veterans like LeSean McCoy and Frank Gore, Singletary is primed to get plenty of action during the first week of the preseason.

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“Everything is going to hit quicker. Guys are moving faster, guys are bigger. I feel I’m adjusting well,” Singletary said. “I’m very confident. I believe in myself. And I’ve got great guys around me to guide me in the right direction. I feel like I’m doing well so far.”

The Buffalo Bills are back at New Era Field, hosting the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday night in the preseason opener. There are plenty of story lines for the Bills, and you can find updates on Ed Oliver, Josh Allen, Devin Singletary, LeSean McCoy and much more as part of today’s links.

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Whispers fueling McCoy | RochesterFirst
“LeSean McCoy knows what you’re thinking. He knows the football world thinks running backs can’t be effective past 30 years old and that his poor 2018 season–the season after McCoy hit the big 3-0–is just a confirmation.”

‘Be their shadow’: What Bills veterans think of Devin Singletary’s enviable situation in the running back room – The Athletic
The rookie gets to learn from a future Hall of Famer in Frank Gore and another strong candidate in LeSean McCoy. (Subscription required.)

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There are plenty of training camp competitions to discuss in this week’s podcast.

Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy refutes trade rumors and demotion – Buffalo Rumblings
Speaking to reporters in what is now a somewhat rare occurrence, Bills running back LeSean McCoy states he’s still “the guy” in Buffalo.

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The nickel role could open the door for Siran Neal in 2019.

Bills Links, 8/7: Training camp comes to a close at St. John Fisher – Buffalo Rumblings
The Bills open the preseason at New Era Field on Thursday.

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On Thursday night, the Buffalo Bills will kick off their preseason slate with a matchup against the Indianapolis Colts. The Bills are unlikely to be major contenders in 2019, but they have put together an interesting young roster that undoubtedly has some real upside going forward.

The performances of rookies are always the most fun part of the preseason. We finally get to see these players compete against real NFL competition as they try to solidify their spot on their new team. The Bills have one of the most interesting rookie classes in the entire NFL and will undoubtedly use the preseason to work in and showcase their new talent.

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Let’s take a look at the three Buffalo Bills rookies who we should be watching the closest on Thursday night against the Colts.
3. TE Tommy Sweeney

The Bills drafted Boston College tight end Tommy Sweeney in the seventh round of the 2019 NFL Draft and he should see a lot of playing time against the Colts. Due to injuries to fellow tight ends Tyler Kroft, Jason Croom and Dawson Knox, Sweeney has seen more snaps than expected in training camp and has built a nice rapport with starting quarterback Josh Allen.

Sweeney is a big and physical target who can work the middle of the field well. He is not an elite athlete by any means, but he has soft hands and blocks well. The injuries have certainly helped Sweeney get a longer look and he has a real opportunity to establish himself as a potential playmaker for the Bills in 2019. He is undoubtedly a player to keep an eye on.
2. RB Devin Singletary

With LeSean McCoy and Frank Gore on the roster, third-round rookie running back Devin Singletary is unlikely to be a featured part of the Bills’ offense in 2019. That being said, he is a talented guy who undoubtedly has the ability to be a full-time ball carrier at some point in his carrier.
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Singletary is a powerful and compact back who shows great patience and ball carrier vision. He also does a tremendous job of finishing forward and maintaining balance through contact. Singletary was absolutely dominant in college, but playing at FAU did not exactly offer top-tier competition. He also lacks ideal explosiveness and athleticism at the running back position.

Singletary is certainly an interesting player, but his athleticism is limited and he has never played against elite competition. I am excited to see what he can do against legitimate NFL talent on Thursday night.
1. DT Ed Oliver

Ed Oliver is an absolute monster at the defensive tackle position. He has an incredible combination of power and athleticism up front and was a huge steal for the Buffalo Bills when they landed him at No.9 overall. Oliver is expected to be a starter and major contributor for the Bills as a rookie and it will be especially interesting to see him against the Colts.
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If Oliver starts on Thursday night, he will likely see some snaps against Colts All-Pro guard Quenton Nelson. Now that will be an exciting interior battle to watch and it will certainly be fascinating to see how Oliver can hold up against such a great player.

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Buffalo Bills GM Brandon Beane says team was willing to accept risk of free agents’ injury history – newyorkupstate.com
Beane’s biggest free-agent signing, center Mitch Morse, is in concussion protocol after suffering his fourth concussion in five years.

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Bills Insider Chris Brown wraps up the 2019 Bills training camp by handing out 11 awards for the two weeks of practice in Rochester.

Sean McDermott: “I’m always trying to think of the next thing we need as a team” – BuffaloBills.com
“Bills head coach Sean McDermott joined One Bills Live to discuss what to look for in the preseason opener, the game plan at RB, the team’s progress at camp and his evaluation of the team so far.”

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Lafayette Pitts ready to fill the void left from E.J. Gaines’ injury | WGR 550 SportsRadio
“The cornerback is expected to get more reps in the coming weeks with the Bills down another player”

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Whispers fueling McCoy | RochesterFirst
“LeSean McCoy knows what you’re thinking. He knows the football world thinks running backs can’t be effective past 30 years old and that his poor 2018 season–the season after McCoy hit the big 3-0–is just a confirmation.”

‘Be their shadow’: What Bills veterans think of Devin Singletary’s enviable situation in the running back room – The Athletic
The rookie gets to learn from a future Hall of Famer in Frank Gore and another strong candidate in LeSean McCoy. (Subscription required.)

‘I’m the guy’: Unpacking LeSean McCoy’s comments and what he can bring to the 2019 Bills – The Athletic
Beane and McDermott speak highly of their 31-year-old running back, even after adding Gore and Singletary to the group. (Subscription required.)

Buffalo Bills post-training camp rookie report card: Ed Oliver earns high marks – newyorkupstate.com
Ed Oliver thrived when the pads went on at training camp. What about the Bills’ other 2019 rookies?

Who’s a lock and who’s on the bubble? Breaking down the Bills roster before preseason games – The Athletic
“We separated the 91 players into three different categories based on where they stand with the Bills heading into preseason.” (Subscription required.)

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The Bills open the preseason at New Era Field on Thursday.

The Buffalo Bills will kickoff the 2019 preseason schedule on Thursday at 7 pm against the Indianapolis Colts. Head coach Sean McDermott says the starters are expected to play for roughly a quarter. Outside of the starters, here are five players to watch for the Bills first preseason game.

1. Devin Singletary, running back

The rookie running back has been making a splash in training camp with his ability to cut in between tackles and quickly burst upfield. In a backfield with veterans like LeSean McCoy and Frank Gore, Singletary is primed to get plenty of action during the first week of the preseason.

“Everything is going to hit quicker. Guys are moving faster, guys are bigger. I feel I’m adjusting well,” Singletary said. “I’m very confident. I believe in myself. And I’ve got great guys around me to guide me in the right direction. I feel like I’m doing well so far.”

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Scoring could be at a premium when the NFL preseason opens on Thursday. The Denver Broncos face the Atlanta Falcons in the 2019 NFL Hall of Fame Game, with kickoff set for 8 p.m. ET from Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio. The previous seven Hall of Fame Games have produced an average of 30.3 points, including the Ravens edging the Bears 17-16 last year. Oddsmakers expect another close, low-scoring game this year and list Denver as a 2.5-point favorite in the latest 2019 NFL Hall of Fame Game odds after the line moved as high as a field goal. The over-under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 34.5 after opening at 34. Before you make any 2019 Hall of Fame Game picks or NFL predictions, see what famed pro football expert Mike Tierney has to say.

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An acclaimed sportswriter whose work appears in the New York Times and Los Angeles Times, Tierney has reported from seven Super Bowls. Now a SportsLine expert, Tierney was all over the Patriots in the 2019 Super Bowl, enabling him to finish the season with a sparkling 63-46 record against the spread. Anyone who has followed him is way, way up.

Now, with the 2019 Hall of Fame Game fast approaching, Tierney has evaluated Falcons vs. Broncos from every angle and locked in his pointspread pick. He’s only sharing it over at SportsLine.

Tierney knows the Broncos are determined to make Vic Fangio a winner in his head coaching debut. The beloved 60-year-old ran the Bears’ defense last year, and Chicago led the NFL in scoring defense (17 points per game) and takeaways (36). Now, Fangio has a slew of defensive playmakers in Denver.

Rookie quarterback Drew Lock will get a long look Thursday night after Kevin Hoganstarts the game. Broncos starting quarterback Joe Flacco will not play, so the second-round pick out of Missouri could steal the show. Denver traded up to grab Lock at No. 42 overall; the 6-4, 228-pounder has a big arm and has gotten increasingly accurate, completing 63 percent of his throws last year. In 2017, Lock set a single-season SEC record with 44 touchdown passes. He finished his Missouri career with 99 TD throws against 39 interceptions.

But just because the Broncos appear to have the motivational edge doesn’t mean they’ll cover nearly a field goal against the more talented Falcons.

Quinn knows what he has in a passing game led by Matt Ryan, Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley and Austin Hooper. Ryan will sit out on Thursday, just like Flacco, but Quinn is brimming with anticipation to see his explosive group of running backs perform. Devonta Freeman looks like his old self after a groin injury doomed his 2018 season. Behind him, the Falcons want to get a long look at Ito Smith (four touchdowns last season), dynamic rookie Qadree Ollison, Kenjon Barner, and training camp standout Brian Hill. “That’s a lot of weapons at running back,” Quinn told reporters.

The Falcons drafted two offensive linemen in the first round — guard Chris Lindstromand tackle Kaleb McGary — and they’ll get extended snaps. Atlanta wants to re-establish its running game after averaging just 98.3 yards on the ground last season, which ranked 27th, so look for the Falcons to pound the ball behind their upgraded O-line.

We can tell you Tierney is leaning under, but he’s isolated a critical X-factor that has him going big on one side of the spread. He’s only sharing what it is, and who to back, at SportsLine.

Who wins the 2019 Hall of Fame Game? And which critical X-factor makes one side of the spread hit hard? Visit SportsLine now to see Mike Tierney’s strong Falcons vs. Broncos pick, all from the acclaimed expert who went 63-46 on NFL picks against the spread last season, and find out.