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Giants vs Browns
Date : Monday, August 21
Time: 8:00p ET
Live: Live/ Recaps

The Cleveland Browns will host the New York Giants for the first Monday Night Football preseason game of 2017. This marks the first time since 2014 that the Browns will play in a preseason MNF game and the first time since 1992 that they’ll host one.

The game will air on ESPN at 8 p.m. ET. A live stream is available at WatchESPN.

After a Week 1 preseason loss to the Steelers, the Giants are looking to bounce back. Eli Manning may be the starting quarterback, but there is a real competition for the No. 2 spot between Josh Johnson and Geno Smith, with rookie passer Davis Webb also making a case for the backup role.

Last week, it was tough for any of the New York quarterbacks to create momentum with an offensive line that allowed seven sacks.

Head coach Ben McAdoo wasn’t willing to assign all the blame, though.

“There was a mistake on the outside where the quarterback had to eat the ball on one occasion. Then there was one extended play, where we had to throw the ball away. So we can’t blame the offensive line,” McAdoo said, according to Big Blue View.

The defense, on the other hand, hasn’t seemed to regress. Instead, Landon Collins stepped up with five big tackles in two series, and Jay Bromley moved into Johnathan Hankins’ old role, making three tackles in 19 snaps, including a big tackle for loss on third-and-1.

This position group will be tested during the Week 2 matchup against the Browns, with Cleveland’s front line improving on last year’s performance.

There were enough good things out of the Browns’ first preseason game to think they actually have a chance to not be a complete dumpster fire this season. They even won. The offensive line gave each of the quarterbacks plenty of time in the pocket, and the skill positions look more promising — and definitely faster — than in past years.

Still embroiled in a quarterback competition, Brock Osweiler saw more snaps in Week 1 than most starters throughout the league. The oddly acquired QB snagged the start ahead of Cody Kessler and DeShone Kizer and went 6-of-14 for 42 yards, coupled with a nice 10-yard rush from the athletic 6’8 passer. Kessler finished the day 5-of-10 for 47 yards, with the rookie Kizer finishing his NFL debut at 11-of-18 for 184 yards and one score

Of course, it can’t all be roses. Cam Erving could not stay on his feet all game and ultimately probably lost the starting right tackle spot to Shon Coleman. Erving and Coleman had been rotating at RT through training camp, but Coleman has seen an increase in first team reps at the position since last week’s preseason opener.

“Whether it is playing left tackle or right tackle, you just have to go out there and work your technique and everything,” Coleman said, via ClevelandBrowns.com. “It is good work for me to be able to go on both sides and be able to keep refreshing everything as far as assignments and things like that.”

Erving is dealing with a calf injury now, so he’ll miss Monday night’s game. Left guard Joel Bitonio is out with a knee injury, while veteran left tackle Joe Thomas gets another week of rest. That makes it a little tougher for the Browns quarterbacks, as they’re battling to be named the Week 1 starter.

Both the Giants and Browns will be hoping their offensive lines can better protect whoever is in the pocket as the preseason continues. There are only two games left after this before the start of the regular season, and neither team can afford too much adversity heading into the year.

Two of the league’s best young quarterbacks will meet Sunday. Unfortunately, their time on the field will be limited to pregame (or postgame) handshakes.

Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts will welcome Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions to Indiana Sunday to kick off each team’s preseason. The game will begin at 1:30 p.m. ET and air on NFL Network. A live stream is available at Watch NFL Network, NFL Game Pass, and the NFL mobile app.

Luck, still recovering from offseason shoulder surgery, is the most prominent member of his team’s physically unable to play (PUP) list. While his rehab has been going well, the Colts aren’t eager to rush their star back into the lineup. His status for the opening game of the regular season is still up in the air.

Stafford, recovering from an injury of his own, has no such restrictions. The 29-year-old put together one of the finest stretches of his NFL career and emerged as an MVP candidate before a Week 14 finger injury sapped him of his accuracy and sent the Lions into a tailspin. Detroit lost its final four games of the season, leaving 2017 as a mission to right that wrong.

If Stafford plays, it won’t be for long. Backups Jake Rudock and Brad Kaaya will likely take most of the snaps.

One player to watch for the Lions is rookie wide receiver Kenny Golladay. Detroit got a major boost to offset Calvin Johnson’s retirement by signing Marvin Jones away from the Bengals, but the team’s receiving corps remains shallow behind him and Golden Tate.

The Lions passed up wideouts with more name recognition to gamble on Golladay in the third round of this year’s draft. To his credit, the young wideout has the stats to run with anyone selected in this year’s event. A former FCS standout, he played two seasons at Northern Illinois and recorded nearly 2,300 receiving yards, 18 touchdowns, and an impressive 14.3 yards per catch. At 6’4, he’s a solid red zone target, but he’s also got the speed (a 4.5-second flat 40-yard dash) to stretch the field and give Stafford another versatile target.

For the Colts, keep an eye on running back Marlon Mack, if a shoulder injury doesn’t keep him out of the game.

Frank Gore is still playing in 2017. In fact, Frank Gore is still a starting running back in 2017. Gore turned back the hands of time to run for more than 1,000 yards last fall, but at 34 years old, he’s bashed through the line and into the twilight of his career.

Enter Mack, a fourth-round pick in 2017 who ran for 1,000 yards or more in each of his three seasons at South Florida. Mack isn’t a surefire prospect, but he’ll have plenty of opportunities to earn a starting role this preseason on a depleted Colts depth chart.

This is the only NFL game on Sunday afternoon, so it’s either this or baseball.

 

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