The preseason begins on Sunday with two games in Indianapolis.
But first, the NFL has an opportunity to change the narrative about its first season in 2017.
Here are five things you need to know before you tune in to watch the 2017 season.1.
There are no injuries to watch out for during the preseason.
The 2017 preseason is expected to be the first since the 2014 season when the league added four preseason games.
The preseason is the biggest stage for the league to show off its new rules, new coaches and new uniforms, so you can expect the preseason to be one of the most entertaining experiences of the season.2.
The Bills and Colts will go up against each other in the preseason opener.
The Colts and Bills will play in Indianapolis on Sept. 8, which will mark the first time since 2011 that the teams have played each other.
It will be the second preseason game in Indianapolis after the Colts beat the Patriots on Sept .
The game will be played in front of a national television audience.
The Bills are coming off a 10-7 loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
The Colts have lost three of four preseason contests against the Bills, who also played in the 2017 preseason.3.
Will there be more preseason games?
The preseason schedule is full of action, including the New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles on Sept 9.
It’s the first preseason game that’s not on a Thursday, so the Eagles will be looking for a good win.4.
The preseason schedule will feature a number of exciting games.
There will be six preseason games on ESPN, four in the NFC East, two in the AFC East, one in the Western Conference and one in each of the other conferences.ESPN will have two preseason games: one on Sunday, Sept. 18, at 10 a.m.
ET, with the Detroit Lions at Green Bay and the San Francisco 49ers vs. New England.
ESPN will also have two more preseason contests on Saturday, Sept .
21, at 1 p.m., and two more on Sunday night, Sept 1, at 7 p.
(9 p., ET).5.
Who will win?
The NFL will host two preseason contests this year, with each game airing live on ESPN.
The two games are expected to feature the same rosters.
The 49ers and Lions will face off in Week 2 on the East Coast while the Patriots and Bills are scheduled to meet in Week 3 in the West.