25 Things We Learned from Thursday's Preseason Games

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25 Things We Learned from Thursday's Preseason Games
Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE

Preseason football is one my absolute favorite times of the year. Why, you may ask? Preseason is the time of year when you can see if that seventh-round draft selection is a diamond in the rough or a wasted pick.

There's something about seeing the blue-chip prospects on the field for the first time; they have this mystique about them.

I'm sure Redskins fans got excited when they saw Robert Griffin III throw his first pass, or New England fans started patting themselves on the back when Chandler Jones was giving Jermon Bushrod a headache. 

Whomever it may be, rookie or non-rookie, it's just good to have football back in a full-time capacity. Last Sunday's game was a teaser, but now with a full slate of games heading into the weekend, let's see what we learned from the Thursday night games. 

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