Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne are battling in a legitimate quarterback competition for the starting job with the Jaguars.
After a horrid rookie season, the 2011 first-round pick must play with more confidence, consistency, and most importantly, accuracy if he wants to start in Week 1.
Henne's an experienced veteran, but ask Dolphins fans, he's far from the staple of consistency himself. Justin Blackmon, who finally ended his 12-day "holdout," won't suit up for this one, according to the Florida Times-Union.
This will be the first chance for Gabbert or Henne to take the early lead in the duel.
For the defending Super Bowl Giants, a team that's inexplicably been overshadowed by the Jets this offseason, life without Hakeem Nicks begins. Rookie Rueben Randle gets his first game action in Nicks' spot and don't forget about Ramses Barden.
There's a chance Nicks is back for the season opener against the Cowboys, but the offense certainly will have a different look in 2012.
David Wilson was drafted to add more dynamic big-play ability to the team's rushing attack that statistically was the worst in football last year and gone is Brandon Jacobs.