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The NFL season is just around the corner, and NFL fans everywhere are itching for football to start. The NFL has been making headlines this offseason with all sorts of news, from free agent acquisitions, to draft picks, and more.

It’s easy to get lost in all of the noise, so to help you sort through it all, we’ve put together a quick reference guide to everything you need to know about the upcoming NFL season. Keep reading for a look at some of the biggest storylines heading into the new season, plus our predictions for who will win what when it’s all said and done.

No matter how hard the defense tries to convince you that the game is about more than a number, it isn’t.

Miles Garrett has been labeled by some as a bust, but he is at least starting to show signs of life.**

This is the NFL, where each and every game matters. The season is only seven weeks old, but it’s already clear that every team in the AFC South has a chance to win the division.**

The Raiders are leaving Oakland for Las Vegas in a few years, which makes this season’s home finale against the Broncos especially meaningful.**

Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez was benched during the second half of Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals after throwing three interceptions.**

The Chiefs have become known for their explosive offense, but they’ve played like one of the league’s best defenses this season.**

If you don’t know who DeAndre Washington is now, you might soon enough.*

The Los Angeles Chargers are 5-6 and need to win out to have any chance of making the playoffs. And they should be worried about an upset Sunday at home against Cleveland.**

The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers will meet on Sunday in a rematch of Super Bowl 50.*

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Today’s slate of NFL action is a bit light, with just three games kicking off the weekend. The 49ers and Rams got things started early this week, squaring off in St. Louis on Thursday night. Phil Dawson nailed a 41-yard field goal as time expired to give San Francisco a 23-20 victory, dropping the Rams to 1-2 and keeping the 49ers undefeated.

The win wasn’t without controversy: Dawson’s kick came after an inexplicable personal-foul penalty on St. Louis safety Rodney McLeod, who was flagged for hitting Colin Kaepernick in the knee area — even though he didn’t hit him there at all. Jim Harbaugh, who’s never shy about disagreeing with officials, did not hold back after the game: “I thought it was a terrible call,” he said. “Just look at the replay and you’ll see.”

Injuries were also a factor on Thursday night, as both teams lost starting cornerbacks to Achilles injuries during the game. Chris Culliver will be out for the year after going down in the first half; Trumaine Johnson was carted off in the third quarter but told reporters afterward that he’ll be OK. We’ll see when they get MRI results today, but both are expected to miss significant

Around the NFL: Week 2

The Cowboys have a new weapon. The Patriots and Falcons look strong. The Raiders, meanwhile, can’t be happy about injury news. Here is what to watch for in Week 2 of the preseason:

1. Dallas’ biggest strength is a different look for Dak Prescott.

2. New England’s defense looks fast and aggressive, a problem for opponents.

3. Atlanta’s offense looks very good — again — but can it run in January?

4. Oakland loses its best offensive lineman, who was also Derek Carr’s bodyguard.

5. Cincinnati is giving up on John Ross quicker than we thought they would.

By Brian Hartline

Posted: October 24, 2014

The trend continues. The 49ers have won six of their last seven games against the Broncos and are 5-1 against the spread in those games.

The Niners’ last game was an overtime loss to the Rams. Denver’s last game was a loss to the Jets, who had lost three straight before beating the Broncos and are now favored over San Francisco for Sunday’s game.

The Niners’ last win over Denver came in 2010, when they beat the Broncos in overtime after trailing by two scores with less than two minutes remaining in regulation.

Denver’s five-game winning streak is tied for the longest active streak in the NFL, but it’s also tied for sixth-longest active losing streak against one team, according to Pro-Football-Reference.com.

San Francisco is 2-1 at home this season, while Denver is 1-2 on the road.

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