The vast wasteland of the NFL preseason slogged ahead this weekend, with all 30 teams participating in some sort of mandatory football activity. Week 2 is usually the week where the NFL preseason begins to lose some of the allure, as people remember that the only part of the game that actually resembles the actual NFL occurs in the first 20 minutes.
Even that is an amalgam of overthrows and missed tackles.
This week, we saw the starters see their playing time being slowly lengthened, and the fourth-string wide receivers had to do more to prove themselves. Now, I can't actually give you an example of a fourth-string receiver, but I'm sure your life will manage to somehow go on.
Here are 10 things we learned from Week 2, but may not be better for learning them.