2014 Hall of Fame Game: Camp Storylines That Will Dominate the Preseason Opener

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2014 Hall of Fame Game: Camp Storylines That Will Dominate the Preseason Opener
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Now Norwood tries to kick his longest ever on grass, 47 yards. Eight seconds left. Adam Linger will snap it. No good, wide right!

The New York Giants and Buffalo Bills have a history worthy of the Hall of Fame game, one Bills fans would rather forget.

Scott Norwood’s fateful failed field-goal attempt in Super Bowl XXV didn’t exactly send the two franchises in divergent directions—the Bills would go on to three more consecutive Super Bowl appearances, after all—but the past decade has seen the Giants win two Super Bowls and the Bills build on their streak of missing the playoffs. (The streak now stands at 15 consecutive seasons.)

The two teams meet in this year's Hall of Fame game to open up the 2014 preseason.

As much as the Hall of Fame is about the past, the Hall of Fame game is about the future. Two teams meet in the first game of the preseason, ushering football once again after a long offseason.

What are some of the storylines surrounding the two teams heading into the matchup as training camp rolls around? That is, besides the fact they will be selling beer at the annual Canton event for the first time.

Click through to find out.

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