Cancelling of the NFL’s Hall of Fame Game Is Correct Call

by Trevor Uren | Posted on Sunday, August 7th, 2016


Tonight’s first NFL preseason action was set to take off between the Green Bay Packers and the Indianapolis Colts. Just a little over an hour before kick-off the news of the game being canceled.

The reason for the game being called off is due to the paint job. The paint was a huge concern to coaches, and players for both-sides. A huge reason that it is sad to see this is due to the fact that this was the NFL’s annual Hall of Fame Game. Along with coming out parties for multiple rookies.

Although we also do not enjoy seeing someone get injured due to the fact of the field or playing conditions especially in a situation when the game doesn’t count like a regular season game does.

The good thing is if you are a fan of either team and did not drive all the way for ‘no reason’ both teams have four remaining preseason games just like the other 30 NFL teams.

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