• Bears report: 10 observations before preseason finale

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Aug 29, 2013
    But the Steelers' preseason finale at Carolina on Thursday probably won't tell if they're ready for the season that awaits. The Bears’ season opener can’t get here soon enough. The Steelers went through a winless preseason only three times in the past 48 seasons. "We've got a lot of different guys, different faces, especially at the skill positions that have to be a big part of our offense this year, so the more time we can get under game conditions like I said before, we're on the clock, there's play clocks, there's game clocks, different substitution packages, stuff like that," he said. "There's a lot to do.
    Source: suntimes.com
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    • Much still to be determined in Steelers’ preseason finale

      By Alan Robinson, Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewThe Steelers went through a winless preseason only three times in the past 48 seasons. Ben Roethlisberger doesn’t seem overly concerned if they experience a ...
    • Brady's playing time in preseason finale

      FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Sometimes looking at past results can help predict the future. So when considering how the Patriots might approach the preseason finale against the Giants on Thursday in terms of top players on offense, let's look at Tom Brady's pla…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Brady expects to play preseason finale

      FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The final preseason game often affords teams the chance to evaluate the back end of their roster as they prepare to make the cut down to 53 players, but Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said on Tuesday that he expects to play when his…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Vacchiano: Senseless to risk starters in preseason finale

    Tom Coughlin plans to give his starters only 12-15 plays in the Giants’ preseason finale, and not a single snap more. Even if the starters struggle, even if they look like they need more work, he won’t risk them any longer than that.

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