No such thing as a preseason statement game.
With that kind of expectation, you will only be disappointed.
This, being the third preseason game, which the starters play the longest, is the most exciting of the preseason games.
agreed on all the above.
it is the most exciting but it is still pointless.
coaches arent calling plays to win the game, they are looking at very specific things out of specific players that we really cant see when watching.
even if we get whooped but say the game fully solidifies who we are playing at certain positions (cb #2, the whole WR mess, mclain's backup, etc) then it's a victory in the coaches eyes.
let's save the statement games for the regular season...unless it's someone fighting for a roster spot in which case let's hear what you've got to say.