We aren’t quite there yet, but the NFL preseason schedule gives us a glimpse of what to come. Preseason is more for those players battling it out for roster spots, as well as new players looking to make an impact in a position battle. The first week or two are generally going to be less first or second string players. Coaches have limited them to a drive or two, while backups will look for most of the playing time. As preseason gets deeper, rosters get smaller, and regulars start to see more time. Week 3 is when we start to see starters more often, but Week 4 can differ depending on what coaches want to do. As always we need to keep an eye on those unlucky injuries, but also it is important to not put a ton of stock if a player is having a rough time, or even breaking out.