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The upcoming NFL Pre-season has some big shocks in store for us (1)

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We are less than a week away from football returning to our screens and this years NFL pre-season has some great match ups set to go down.

A lot has happened in the world of sport since the NFL season ended back in February with the Seattle Seahawks on top of the world.

The Donald Sterling fiasco, Johnny Manziel's drafting and the subsequent drunken antics and LeBron James' decision 2.0.

The upcoming NFL season is certainly shaping up to be one of the most memorable in recent years and there are so many different stories to keep a look out for as it goes on.

From the Denver Broncos massive defensive restructure, to the Quarterback switch between Philadelphia and New York to all the speclation about who will be the Cleveland Browns starting Quarterback come week one?

The NFL has still given us so much while the teams have been inactive and the players have been away, and those storylines have given us some great headlines heading into pre-season.

There will be some great games this NFL pre-season, from the Carolina Panthers visiting the new look New England Patriots in week three, the San Diego Chargers taking on the San Francisco 49ers in week four and even the clash between two play-off teams from last year as the Cincinnati Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs face off.

But what are the biggest games of the upcoming pre-season? Lets take a look shall we.....

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