I swear every year this happens, some fans/writers just get a little too excited for the season to start and take preseason games way too seriously. If you're a fan or writer and you get excited or disheartened by the way your first team plays in the preseason, you're probably not as big of a football fanatic as you think. The only thing you should be looking for in these preseason games is for that random player who sneaks onto the roster and then makes a huge impact come the regular season. Most first team offenses and defenses aren't going to run their typical sets that they would come the regular season, and why would they you don't want to give your week 1 opponent 4 games of film prior to playing them. That'd be like the ISIS sending over directions to the American army on how they plan to attack us, takes away from the element of surprise. So, I'm not worried at all that the Giants lost 21-0 to the Bills yesterday because it means absolutely nothing it doesn't mean were going to be dreadful this year and it certainly doesn't mean the Bills are going to be a great team this year. Preseason football is unnecessary and the NFL needs to cut it down to two games. As a fan, I shouldn't have to stress for a whole month before the season starts that one of my starters is going to get hurt doing a pointless preseason game. College Football doesn't even have preseason games, I think those 20 year old kids that have to attend class along with play football could probably use the extra practice playing time over NFL players that do this for a living. College kids report in mid-July and they start playing regular season games at the end of August, gives them about 6 weeks to prepare and get ready for opening night. Meanwhile, the NFL has mini camps starting in April and they take 4 months to prepare for their season. It's just ridiculous cut it down give the players more time to rest and workout on their own. The NFL doesn't need all these extra games these guys take enough of a punishment as it is. Time to make training camps and preseason less demanding for these players they're the best in the world at what they do and they certainly don't need four pointless games to get ready for a NFL season. I call on Bill Murray, for some help...