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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:


With the software(the best way):

Watch online: Satellite Direct .


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.


The NFL kicks off its 2012 season with a good old-fashioned rivalry game, not to mention one that could have a profound impact on the playoff picture down the road.


It all begins with the exact same matchup in which the league closed out its 2011 regular season, with the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys facing off in a grudge match at MetLife Stadium. The two NFC East contenders last locked horns in Northern New Jersey on New Year's Day in what turned out to be one of the most pivotal outcomes of last year's campaign, a 31-20 victory by the Giants.


With Miles Austin returning from an injury, in addition to the improvements made to the defense, including first-round draft choice Morris Claiborne from LSU, the Cowboys could have one of their best teams in years.


Being the opponent at the Giants' Super Bowl banner raising celebration should supply the Cowboys with all the motivation they need to dominate on Wednesday.


Confidence is a major part of the current Cowboys team, and for Tony Romo to have the most confidence throughout the season, he has to lead the team to some early wins. An uphill battle towards a playoff spot is not the scenario the Cowboys want to find themselves in late in the year.


Six of the last seven meetings have been decided by less than 14 points, and the Giants are 4-2 in those matchups. The Cowboys need to prove that they can win close games against top competition, especially in the division. If you cannot win close games, you're not a Super Bowl-worthy team.


Even though it's a long season, the Cowboys need to win their season opener against the Giants. The outcome of this game will set the tone for the rest of Dallas' season, which is currently one full of promise.


Dallas needs to make a statement in this game, and show the NFL that they will be one of the teams to beat on the road to Super Bowl XLVII.


But seriously, Andrew Luck was brought here to be the future of the Indianapolis Colts and with Peyton Manning running the Broncos offense, the future is now.


Luck has a tall task ahead of him to try and lead a much-depleted Colts team back to the playoffs in 2012, but Jim Irsay and management have a great piece to build around for the future.


Just like Luck before him, Robert Griffin III was brought into Washington to be an immediate starter. I mean, generally you don't give up three first round picks and two number twos to have a guy ride the pine.


Griffin is probably in a better situation than Luck to succeed right away because of the defense and offensive weapons around him. But Griffin does have the misfortune of playing in the NFC East. No easy task for even the most veteran quarterback.


If RGIII can get Washington to seven wins and go .500 in the division, Skins fans should consider it a big success and look to have a bright future with this kid.


Considering the Browns offense has been among the worst in football for the last few seasons, I'd say it's pretty easy to think Trent Richardson is going to be the go-to back in Cleveland for some time to come.


Cleveland traded up one spot to grab Richardson and with Montario Hardesty being the only real "threat" to his touches, look for the former Alabama back to take the featured role with the Browns in 2012.


With a feature running back and quarterback of the future already in place, it made perfect sense for the Vikings to go out and grab the draft's best left tackle to anchor their offensive line for the next decade.

No matter how much players and coaches talk about his gains in leadership, no matter how much faith the organization has in him, no matter how patient they are, it comes down to making throws under pressure.


The early snapshot says the defense can be really good, but that a limited offense could be the obstacle to the surprise the Jaguars would so like to produce. There is a lot of time to work on what’s been installed, to find what works and to run it better than it’s been run so far.


Is Gabbert good enough? He folded under pressure too often last season, but the rush wasn’t all he was facing. The team drafted him 10th overall intending for him to sit and learn for a season, but that didn’t pan out and he was hurried into starter status for 14 games during which he had poor pass protection and very limited receivers.


There were big distractions off the field, too: Jack Del Rio got fired and the team was sold.


Mularkey was hired in large part because he’s developed quarterbacks, and Mularkey, coordinator Bob Bratkowski and quarterbacks coach Greg Olson have to get steadier play from Gabbert and get his arrow pointing up. His good moments look very nice. There are still too many bad ones that leave you trying to figure out what just happened. A kneel down would seem less disheartening in those instances.


It’s a slow process, installing a new offense and rebuilding a quarterback’s confidence. How slow, is the question we need answered.


Mentions of mechanical or technical adjustments by his coaches have been well-received, and he acts on them quickly. That’s great, but when the rush turns live and the pocket starts collapsing, will he have open people he can stand in and find? We simply can’t know yet.