Half-hearted NFL football week two





Week two of the NFL preseason is here. Time for the starters to put in a full quarter-and-a-half of work!



Former Boise State player Kimo von Oelhoffen did not make it out of week one, getting cut by the Philadelphia Eagles for having old knees. Who's going to tell stories about the 1970's at team dinner? Andy Reid made a big mistake.



Here are the best Bronco-related games of the weekend:



Tonight: 


Oakland at Tennessee, 6:00pm, FOX

Chris Carr seeks revenge against his old team by returning the opening kickoff, playing a few downs on defense, and taking a nap on the bench for the third and fourth quarters.



Saturday:


Dallas at Denver, 7:00pm

Orlando Scandrick was impressive in his Cowboys' debut. Ryan Clady was not in his first start for Denver. Needless to say that Woody Paige will be watching with bated breath.



Green Bay at San Francisco, 7:00pm

Korey Hall and Daryn Colledge continue their futile quest to boost Aaron Rodgers' confidence and make him feel like the team is much better off with him rather than Brett Favre.



 Chicago at Seattle, 7:00pm

Seahawks TE Jeb Putzier is battling for playing time at tight end. Fortunately, the good Bears linebackers will be on the field far less than the bad Bears linebackers.
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