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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.


    Here are some of the legitimate ways to watch NFL games beyond those available on over-the-air broadcasts and basic cable:


    •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.

    Adding to the mystery is the lack of definition of exactly what role Tebow, who led Denver to an AFC West title and a playoff win last season, will play.


    "As much as people are trying to make it a quarterback controversy, it's not," Ryan said. "Mark is our starting quarterback, and Tim is an excellent football player. I guess we never appeased whoever by not putting [Tebow] out there.


    "If that added to it, that wasn't our intent. Our intent was there's no sense showing [the Wildcat] right now in the preseason, just like I'm sure a lot of teams are saving specific things for their openers. We're not different than a lot of teams doing that."


    Back at wide receiver is Santonio Holmes, who had a much-publicized rift with Sanchez and teammates as last season disintegrated. He made just one catch in limited preseason action.


    "We'll find out Sunday," Holmes said when asked how the offense will perform. "We'll find out just how much we've been putting together throughout the offseason. I think it's going to be pretty exciting for us."


    As for the Jets' defense, it's at least a known - and confident - quantity.


    "We plan to be the best," end Mike DeVito said. "It doesn't matter what anybody else is doing. We plan to be the best defense. We plan to not let up scores and we plan to go out there and shut down offenses. That's our deal, so nothing else matters. Not what anyone says or does. It's all about what we're doing."

    Teams with legitimate Super Bowl aspirations aren't usually willing to trust a rookie kicker, but the 2012 Ravens could be an exception. We all know how veteran Billy Cundiff's 2011 season ended, with that galling miss of a 32-yard field goal attempt at New England in the AFC title game, a kick that would have sent the game into overtime and kept Baltimore's Super Bowl dreams alive. The Ravens signed rookie Justin Tucker this April to at least push Cundiff in camp, and the ex-Texas Longhorn is doing that and more. It's now an honest to goodness competition.


    Tucker has a powerful leg (he made a 62-yard field goal in Saturday's practice at M&T Bank Stadium) and it's hard to miss how different the ball sounds coming off his right foot compared to Cundiff's. Their battle will likely come down to how they fare in the preseason games, and a tie probably still favors Cundiff, based on the experience factor and how much the Ravens rely on winning low-scoring, close games. But in the practice I watched, Tucker was booming every kick long and straight, and Cundiff's efforts were a little less impressive, although he is apparently working on technique issues in camp. I know how some Ravens fans want to see this showdown end, especially those who have yet to forgive Cundiff for his critical miss last January.

    Same story pretty much as Chandler Jones, although New England already had a pretty good linebacking corps with Jerod Mayo, Brandon Spikes and Rob Ninkovich.


    Like Jones, Hightower's scheme versatility allows the Patriots to draw up a lot of plays to utilize his talents. In the base 4-3 sets, Hightower will line up at the SAM linebacker position, allowing Ninkovich to move up to defensive end.


    It'd be hard for me to think a player with Hightower's skill set and leadership qualities wouldn't be starting for the Patriots, whose defense lacked a lot of firepower in 2011.


    After losing Mario Williams to free agency, the Texans got Wade Philips a new toy off the edge in former Illinois pass rusher Whitney Mercilus.


    Although Williams only played part of the season last year due to injury, Houston's defense thrived and young linebackers Conner Barwin and Brooks Reed stepped up to the challenge.