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Athlon Sports 2012 Pro Football Preview
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- Published: 18th Jul 2012
- ISBN: spamftb00146
From the Publisher:
The Athlon Sports 2012 Pro Football Annual kicks off another season of NFL action with sideline-to-sideline coverage of all 32 teams.
We explore the impact of Peyton Manning's comeback campaign in Denver, Andrew Luck's arrival in Indy and the ongoing evolution of the tight end position, while taking a look at this season's other top storylines in "5 Things to Watch" and going out on a limb with our "5 Bold Predictions."
On a lighter note, "Extra Points" adds a little humor with oddball stats and stories, while the "Sideline Show" brightens up the magazine with cheerleader photos.
As always, the 2012 edition features depth charts, schedules and team-by-team previews from beat writers nationwide, along with stats, college and pro fantasy football insight, analysis from the 2012 NFL Draft and a look back at the 2002 NFL Draft.
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