In yet another new feature for football season here at MSF, the folks at ProComputerGambler.com will be regularly bringing you the “The Ole Computer’s” take on the biggest games in the NFL this season, as well as those closest to the heart of the Midwest.
NFL Week 1
The NFL season kicks off tonight as the NY Giants travel to Dallas to meet up with their division rivals, the Dallas Cowboys. Earlier today Steve previewed the action and told you what he expects to happen.
Now it’s my turn.
The NFL season kicks off tonight when the Cowboys take on the Giants in primetime.
The offseason, as always, has been filled with countless storylines, many of which have beaten into the ground again and again (and again). But the games are finally here, which also means there will finally be action on the field to discuss … as opposed to, you know…
The NFL season kicks off tonight as the Cowboys travel to take on the Giants.
It may seem weird to start the season on a Wednesday, but it is due to the fact that the Democratic National Convention in on Thursday.
The opening weekend of play in the NFL will have a different tone this year, as it falls on the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks. Some would like to see the NFL postpone the first week of the season, but that would never happen in the league that just locked out the players.
Play will carry on as usual, with memorial services being broadcast on the video screens at every NFL game.
The last game on the night of September 11th will take place in New York, which is fitting considering the situation. The Jets will take on the Cowboys on Sunday Night Football.