Purefit Keto Review

Purefit Keto Review — Does it Work, Everything You Need to Know

In this review of Purefit Keto I will explain everything you need to know about this diet supplement. We recommend you read this article in full before making a buying decision.

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You have probably read about Purefit Keto and Shark Tank (it is highly unlikely that anyone, let alone sharks, dragons etc would invest in a product such as this). This product is really being advertised heavily in the USA, UK and Australia and now all over mainland Europe.

Diet pills based on the Keto principle are among the most popular — Purefit Keto is no exception, stock levels are extremely low such is the demand.


Built on Keto principle

Nice looking brand

Side effects unlikely


Differs form other Keto formulas

Lack of positive customer feedback

Some shipping issues

Poor customer reviews

Bad customers service — ongoing refund issues

What Does Purefit Keto Advanced Weight Loss Do?

Purefit Keto is not a product to invest your weight loss hopes into.

I am just going to list a few bullet points as to what is wrong with this product.

  • This supplement has nothing to do with Ketosis
  • They have got the science completely wrong
  • There are no notable ingredients in it.
  • The whole thing just reeks of disappointment
  • Complaints, complaints, complaints !!!!

Editors Choice

Editors Choice — our preference is for PhenQ — a multi action diet pill that has many benefits.

  1. Fast working fat burner that can reduce excess body fat
  2. Can also block a percentage of fat from your food
  3. Also can reduce daily calorie consumption by suppressing appetite
  4. Prevents the feelings of tiredness and fatigue
  5. Great customer feedback and comments
  6. 60 day money back guarantee

A Little Summary on Keto Dieting

If you have no idea what Keto (Ketogenetic dieting) is then we have a written an über long and detailed article that explains everything you will ever need to know and more. A good place to start is here …It’s long don’t say I haven’t warned you!

I like bacon as much as the next person, but if you try and tell me I shouldn’t eat fruit because it’s full of sugar, I’m going to laugh in your face until one of us collapses.

I fully accept it works for some people — lots of people if this current wave of hype is anything to go by — but it only works for them because they can stick to it…and it’s the sticking to it that helps them lose weight.

That’s because consistent adherence to a calorie deficit is the long term way of losing weight, and achieving your body goals.

You can do it with or without carbohydrates, but if you do it without, and you go full keto, you might be wondering whether there are some keto-friendly supplements out there to help you succeed.

Is it “the easiest way to burn fat”? as the website states. Will you “burn fat faster than ever”?

The Purefit contains an ingredient called BHB — aka beta-hydroxybutyrate. This is one of the first compounds — ketone bodies — manufactured when the body goes into ketosis due to very low carbohydrate ingestion.

Ketosis is where your body derives energy from fat and not from glucose (from carbs).

BHB can be used as a fuel in the absence of glucose. It can also cross the blood-brain barrier and there have similar effects on cognitive function.

When you click for “The Proof” the page just scrolls down to a screenshot of a bunch of facebook messages from happy customers. If only that’s all it took to prove something worked…the internet would explode.

Back to what Purefit Keto does for you. Well, they have a section on how it works too. I’ll try and summarize what they are saying:

What they don’t tell you

Oh, they neglect to tell you that you will actually mostly eat fat and some protein to stay in ketosis. But I guess they’d say the fat you eat won’t count as long as it’s not carbs (where’s a raised eyebrow emoji when you need it?).

They go on to explain that BHB can cross the blood brain barrier, which is normally a “very tightly regulated interface but because BHB is such a rock star and so hydrophilic, your brain knows to let it in…”

Hydrophilic substances like ketone bodies cannot cross the blood-brain barrier. Ketone bodies need something called a monocarboxylate transporters (MCT) to get into the brain.

So, BHB crosses the blood-brain barrier DESPITE being hydrophilic, not because of it.

Purefit Keto Side Effects and Precautions

I don’t expect there to be any side effects if you take this.

However, considering the amount of information this company has neglected to mention, it’s worth saying that you have to change your lifestyle, and basically remove all but 50 grams of carbs per day, in order to stay in ketosis.

You can’t just dip in and out of ketosis whenever you take a pill. It just doesn’t work like that.

As for weight loss, there is no scientific evidence to support the notion that going ketogenic speeds it up.

The difference in the number of calories you consume versus those you burn throughout the day is what determines whether you lose weight or not.

Eat a calorie surplus of fat and you will put weight on, no matter whether you are avoiding carbs like the plague or not. Eat below maintenance calories and you will lose weight.

It is that simple.

What’s the Verdict — Will Purefit Keto Work?

I’ll say it again: if weight loss is your goal, then you need to eat below your maintenance calories.

Maintenance calories is the quantity of food in terms of energy (kcal) that will keep you at your current weight.

If you eat 2500 calories a day and you burn 2500, then you are at maintenance.

Eat 2000 calories per day and burn 2500, and you are losing weight.

A bottle of these pills might sound awesome, and ketogenic diets might be in vogue again, but it always always always comes down to calories in and calories out.

NFL Preseason 2019: Full TV Schedule, Live-Stream Details and More

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) talks with offensive tackle George Fant (74) during NFL football training camp, Thursday, July 25, 2019, in Renton, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

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Training camp is the first sign that the NFL season is quickly approaching, and next will be the first semblance of competitive football with a four-week slate of preseason games.


And that will be here later this week. On Thursday, the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons will play the first preseason game of the year when they face off in the annual Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio. The following week will feature exhibition contests that will help teams prepare for the start of the 2019 season.

Here’s a list of this year’s NFL preseason games that will either be nationally televised or air live on NFL Network (all times ET), followed by several matchups to watch.

2019 NFL Preseason TV Schedule

Hall of Fame Game

Thursday, Aug. 1

Denver Broncos vs. Atlanta Falcons, 8 p.m., NBC

Preseason Week 1

Thursday, Aug. 8

New York Jets at New York Giants, 7 p.m., NFL Network

Los Angeles Chargers at Arizona Cardinals, 10 p.m., NFL Network

Friday, Aug. 9

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Pittsburgh Steelers, 7:30 p.m., NFL Network

Saturday, Aug. 10

Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers, 9 p.m., NFL Network

Preseason Week 2

Thursday, Aug. 15

Oakland Raiders at Arizona Cardinals, 8 p.m., ESPN

Friday, Aug. 16

Chicago Bears at New York Giants, 7:30 p.m., NFL Network

Saturday, Aug. 17

Cleveland Browns at Indianapolis Colts, 4 p.m., NFL Network

Kansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers, 7:30 p.m., NFL Network

Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams, 10 p.m., NFL Network

Sunday, Aug. 18

New Orleans Saints at Los Angeles Chargers, 4 p.m., CBS

Seattle Seahawks at Minnesota Vikings, 8 p.m., Fox

Monday, Aug. 19

San Francisco 49ers at Denver Broncos, 8 p.m., ESPN

Preseason Week 3

Thursday, Aug. 22

Jacksonville Jaguars at Miami Dolphins, 8 p.m., Fox

Friday, Aug. 23

Buffalo Bills at Detroit Lions, 8 p.m., CBS

Saturday, Aug. 24

Arizona Cardinals at Minnesota Vikings, 1 p.m., NFL Network

Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys, 7 p.m., NFL Network

Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Chargers, 10 p.m., NFL Network

Sunday, Aug. 25

Pittsburgh Steelers at Tennessee Titans, 8 p.m., NBC

Preseason Week 4

Thursday, Aug. 29

Pittsburgh Steelers at Carolina Panthers, 7 p.m., NFL Network

Los Angeles Chargers at San Francisco 49ers, 10 p.m., NFL Network

Live-Stream Information

Games that air on CBS can be streamed on CBS All-Access.

Games that air on ESPN can be streamed on WatchESPN.

Games that air on FOX can be streamed on Fox Sports Go.

Games that air on NBC can be streamed on NBC Sports Live.

Games that air on NFL Network can be streamed on NFL.com.

Top 3 Games to Watch

Murray makes Cardinals debut

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For the first time in his career, quarterback Kyler Murray will take the field for a game in an Arizona Cardinals uniform when they host the Los Angeles Chargers in the first week of the preseason on Aug. 8 (10 p.m., NFL Network).

There is a lot of hype surrounding the 21-year-old, who was selected by Arizona with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft. He won the Heisman Trophy at Oklahoma last year and was also selected in the first round of the MLB draft this year.

However, Murray chose football over baseball for his pro career, and this will be his first time playing in front of his new home fans at State Farm Stadium in Glendale.

With it being the first game of the preseason, he likely won’t play much. But it will still represent the start of a new era for the Cardinals, one their fans hope will bring long-term success.

Mahomes tunes up for regular season

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For most fans, there will only be one opportunity to watch NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes this preseason. That’s during the second week, when the Kansas City Chiefs travel to play the Pittsburgh Steelers on Aug. 17 (7:30 p.m., NFL Network). 

While the Chiefs’ preseason games will be televised on local stations in the Kansas City area, this will be the only one shown to a larger audience.

Mahomes was one of the most exciting players in the NFL last season, his first as the starting quarterback for the Chiefs. He also became one of only three players to throw 50 touchdown passes in a season, joining all-time greats Tom Brady and Peyton Manning.

With this being the second week of the preseason, this will be one of the better opportunities to watch the 23-year-old, as starters usually play most of their preseason snaps in Weeks 2 and 3.

This season, Mahomes will be looking to repeat his success from last year, and it could begin with the work he puts in during the preseason.

Rivers, Wilson go head to head

Week 3 is typically the best one of the preseason, as starters get their final tuneups heading into the regular season before sitting out the final preseason game.

Of the Week 3 matchups that will be televised, the one between the Seattle Seahawks and Los Angeles Chargers is the best.

Both teams made the playoffs last year as wild cards, and each is led by a strong veteran quarterback. Philip Rivers leads Los Angeles’ offense, while Seattle’s is powered by Russell Wilson.

This is as close as fans will get to real NFL action during August, and it should be fun to watch two solid teams face off.  

Pro Football Hall of Fame Game 2019: Falcons vs. Broncos Live Date, Time, TV Schedule

FILE - In this Oct. 9, 2016, file photo, Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan (2) throws against the Denver Broncos during the first half of an NFL football game in Denver. Ryan leads the NFL with a 121.6 passer rating. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey, File)
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The end of the 2019 NFL offseason is in sight, folks. On Thursday, the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons will face off in the annual Pro Football Hall of Fame Game, marking the official start of the NFL preseason.


The game, which also kicks off Hall of Fame Weekend, is a fifth preseason game for Denver and Atlanta. The rest of the league will begin preseason play on August 8.

On Saturday, Champ Bailey, Pat Bowlen, Gil Brandt, Tony Gonzalez, Ty Law, Kevin Mawae, Ed Reed and Johnny Robinson will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Here’s everything you need to know about the 2019 Hall of Fame Game itself.

2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame Game

Who: Denver Broncos vs. Atlanta Falcons

When: Thursday, August 1 at 8 p.m. ET

Where: Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio

National TV: NBC

Live Stream: NBC Sports App and NFL Game Pass

What to Expect

David Zalubowski/Associated Press

Like all preseason games, Thursday’s contest is purely an exhibition. Only this one takes place ahead of the rest of the preseason and on a field that also regularly hosts college and high school football games.

There is a sense of honor surrounding the Hall of Fame Game—especially with the league entering its 100th season—but the stakes for both teams are not particularly high.

Fans shouldn’t expect to see many of their favorite stars or even starters, for that matter. The Broncos, for example, have already announced starting quarterback and offseason acquisition Joe Flacco won’t participate. Instead, it will be Kevin Hogan and rookies Drew Lock and Brett Rypien at quarterback for Denver.

“We’re going to go with Kevin to begin with, and then Drew is going to follow him and then [Brett Rypien] is going to follow him,” Broncos coach Vic Fangio said, per Ryan O’Halloran and Kyle Fredrickson of the Denver Post.

For Broncos fans, that look at Lock—potentially Denver’s quarterback of the future—will be the biggest reason to tune in.

For Falcons fans, it may be an early look at rookie offensive linemen Chris Lindstrom and Kaleb McGary. They’re expected to be an important piece of the puzzle this season after quarterback Matt Ryan was sacked 42 times in 2018.

Falcons fans probably won’t see Ryan play—or Devonta Freeman, Calvin Ridley and Julio Jones for that matter—but they may get a glimpse at how his new-look offensive line performs.

The fact that the stars won’t be out doesn’t mean this won’t be a valuable game for both teams. Denver and Atlanta will get an extra opportunity to evaluate the back ends of their rosters, and they’ll get to experience an extra week of game preparation. This is a great opportunity for two teams looking to bounce back in 2019—the Falcons and Broncos went 7-9 and 6-10, respectively last year.

“I’m glad we have it,” Fangio said, per Jon Heath of Broncos Wire. “I think it’s a great opportunity for us to have five extra practices. We need it. We are a new staff and a new team, a lot of new things going on. It gives us an extra game to play young players and help our evaluation. I see no negatives to it myself.”

The only real negative for fans is that the game will feature several unknowns and could be a bit sloppy, as the first tuneup contest of 2019. But, hey, it’s real honest-to-goodness NFL football, folks. After six months without it, we’ll take what we can get.

2019 Broncos roster review: Wide receiver Juwann Winfree

The Denver Broncos are revamping their wide receiver corps. This young gun has a real chance to make the team in 2019.

Denver Broncos Training Camp 2019
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Slap Winfree’s name in the dictionary under the word “upside.” He’s got it in spades.

Juwann Winfree is a home town guy out of CU that the fans of the Broncos are going to be rooting for hard this training camp. He has a great opportunity in front of him and with the Broncos drafting him into a squad that is searching for offensive weapons, the setting couldn’t be better for a young wide receiver.


Juwann Winfree Profile

Height: 6’ 3” | Weight: 215 pounds

Age: 22 | Experience: Rookie

Juwann Winfree’s path to the NFL has been one of more bumpy that I’ve seen. He’s had trouble with conduct and injuries in his collegiate career which have hampered his entry into the NFL with Denver taking him in the 6th round of the 2019 NFL Draft.

But CU took a chance on him after a couple of years of trouble early on and his work there when he was healthy was productive and showed a guy who has a lot of athletic talent.

The good

While he isn’t an absolute burner, he has the speed you want to see from a WR at the NFL level.

He’s also not afraid to stick his nose into the run blocking game which is a big deal at this level.

He has good hands and is great at adjusting to the ball in the open field.

Even with the things I can see out of his highlights, the big word on Winfree is that he’s got a lot of growth opportunity in his game and low tread on the tires.

The bad

From what I’ve read, his conduct issues were early in his college career. It is something worth taking note of, but hopefully Winfree has turned a page and is focused on being a great NFL player at this point.

The more worriesome knock on Winfree is his injury history. He doesn’t have a complete season under his belt at the college level and that has to be the biggest reason no one drafted a guy with this much upside earlier than the sixth round.

Juwann Winfree’s roster status with the Broncos

Winfree’s name is one that keeps standing out early in training camp. Keep your eye on him this preseason as if he keeps playing at a high level, I can easily see him being our #5 WR behind Emmanuel Sanders, Courtland Sutton, DaeSean Hamilton, and Tim Patrick.


Football is back!!! It may not be meaningful football, but we’ll get to watch guys in pads hit each other in the Hall of Fame Game on Thursday August 1 as the Denver Broncos take on the Atlanta Falcons. Hopefully both fan bases will be well-represented, despite the long travel, as Champ Bailey and Pat Bowlen go in the Hall for the Broncos and Tony Gonzalez goes in for the Falcons on Saturday afternoon.


As far as the game itself goes, early betting action has been all over the Broncos, who went from a pick ‘em to a 2.5-point favorite across the market. The total on the game is 34, as the starters are unlikely to get many reps for either side.

This game is rarely a high-scoring affair. Only twice since 2006 has the final score eclipsed 40 total points, as the Dolphins and Cowboys played a 24-20 game in 2013 and the Colts and Redskins finished 30-16 in 2008. There have only been three instances since 1986 when both teams have scored at least 20 points.

We have seen some lopsided games in the past for sure, but four of the last five have been decided by four or fewer points, so these have been nailbiters. The game was moved from Sunday to Thursday for the 2017 version and will start that way for the foreseeable future. The game was canceled in 2016 due to field conditions with the paint on the playing surface. Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio has undergone massive renovations this decade and is quite nice these days.

Joe Flacco and Matt Ryan won’t see much work this week, if they see any at all. Maybe first-year head coach Vic Fangio will want the first-year QB in Flacco to get some reps, but even if he does, he would play a series or two max. Ryan has played a series in each of the last two preseason openers, completing four passes for 30 yards. With five preseason games this time around, however, Dan Quinn could opt to sit his franchise QB.

On the Falcons side, that will mean some steady work for second-year QB Kurt Benkert. The East Carolina and Virginia product was just 28-of-64 for 347 yards with zero touchdowns and four picks in last year’s exhibition games. Matt Schaub was 20-of-26 for 194 yards with a score and zero picks. That means it will be Benkert’s show and that is another reason why this line is moving against Atlanta.

The Falcons do have some interesting skill guys to spotlight in this game and running the football will likely be the MO, as guys like Tony Brooks-James and Qadree Ollison should see the lion’s share of the work in this glorified practice. Rookie wide receivers Kahlil Lewis and Olamide Zaccheaus will be busy as well. Kaleb McGary, Chris Lindstrom, and Jaelin Robinson will get extended looks on the offensive line, assuming that they get to Thursday in one piece.

There are reps up for grabs at the safety position in light of JJ Wilcox’s torn ACL. After Keanu Neal missed last season with a torn ACL and Damontae Kazee battled his share of ailments, Atlanta should be extremely young in the secondary throughout the preseason. That means chances for second-year safety Jason Thompson out of Utah and rookie Parker Baldwin from San Diego State. Second-year safety Chris Cooper missed his rookie year because of injuries and was cut by the Colts. He’ll start with a clean slate here. We should also see a lot of Ohio State product Kendall Sheffield at corner and the same can be said about Georgia grad Jayson Stanley.

This should be a good opportunity for Drew Lock and the Broncos offense. They’ll face a very young Falcons team and the safeties, in particular, didn’t get tested by top-notch competition in college. Lock and Boise State product Brett Rypien will get the bulk of the work this week. It will be interesting to see how quickly Lock is able to challenge Flacco, as the 34-year-old has shown a lot of game manager tendencies in camp thus far.

The rub on Lock coming out of college is that he picked apart bad defenses. In theory, no NFL team has bad players, at least not relative to the college game, so the learning curve will be on display for him here. Lock and Rypien will attempt to develop a rapport with some very young skill players like West Georgia running back Devontae Jackson, second-year rusher Khalfani Muhammad, and young wideouts Courtland Sutton and DaeSean Hamilton, if the former is able to go after battling a hamstring injury.

All eyes will be on Noah Fant in this passing game and that could be a good matchup for the Broncos to exploit with the inexperience at safety, assuming the Falcons do rest guys like Neal, Kazee, and Ricardo Allen like they should.

We shouldn’t see Von Miller or Dekoda Watson at all this week, with Watson rehabbing an injury and Miller the best player on the field for both teams. That creates opportunity for young players like hybrid linebacker Bradley Chubb and rookies Malik Reed and Justin Hollins. The Broncos don’t have as many rookies and second-year guys in the secondary, but there are depth spots on the second team available for a lot of different players, including Su’a Cravens and Trey Marshall.

This is Fangio’s first crack as a head coach after 19 years as a defensive coordinator and it’s fair to assume that he wants to put his best foot forward. This is season number five for Dan Quinn, who is 0-8 in the preseason the last two years and 5-11 overall. The Falcons are 1-3 in Week 1 on his watch, but this is Week 0 and I’d assume he has a lot less incentive here than Fangio.

Pick: Denver Broncos -2.5

This is a new era of Broncos football with Vic Fangio and there are also a lot of reasons to get Drew Lock out there early and often in the preseason. The Broncos have high hopes for the Missouri product and he’ll be set up for success here against what should be a very young Falcons secondary resting its key guys.

As far as the total goes, we should expect Fangio’s defense to be ahead of his offense. I would expect lots of running plays from Quinn and the Falcons in the second half to look at their stable of backs and take some of the pressure off of Benkert, who was awful in the preseason last year. Then again, it makes sense to give him some confidence with some easy tosses after last season’s rough showing.

The under makes some sense, but the better play may be to look for a live over in the second half. Broncos offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello has been under Kyle Shanahan’s wing the last three seasons and Lock has reportedly looked solid in camp so far. If the Falcons do try for some morale-boosting play calls for Benkert, we could see stopped clocks and bigger chunks on yardage as the game goes along.

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NFL Hall Of Fame Game 2019: Atlanta Falcons Vs. Denver Broncos Schedule, Odds For Preseason Opener

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August is nearly here and with it comes the first meaningful NFL action in months. After a long offseason layoff, professional football finally returns with the 2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame Game between the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons, a Thursday night contest that will officially kick off the 2019 NFL preseason schedule. While the outcome for the teams on the field won’t matter in the slightest—organizations use this game mostly to evaluate fringe talent for training camp and roster cut purposes—it absolutely will for the many bettors who have been chomping at the bit to get some real NFL action over the last six months.


Oddsmakers opened betting at a pick ‘em, but that line was bet up to Atlanta -2 almost immediately. It’s since settled with the Falcons laying a single point, but more fluctuation in the coming days is to be expected. The total on the 2019 NFL Hall of Fame Game has been set at just 34.5 points, a small number but one that is reasonable when considering the type of talent that will be on the gridiron for much of the night in Canton. It’s also close to the average of 30.3 total points scored in the previous seven Hall of Fame Game clashes, including last year’s exciting tilt between the Chicago Bears and Baltimore Ravens that resulted in a 17-16 win for Baltimore. You can find results for every Hall of Fame Game dating back to 2010 in the table below.

Those looking for advice against the spread and other tips for the 2019 NFL preseason opener should check back later in the week to get pro picks from Jon Price of SportsInformationTraders.com. The Vegas expert will be releasing the first of many predictions for the upcoming NFL season closer to Thursday’s kickoff. In the meantime, have a look at the complete schedule, start time, TV and live stream viewing information, updated odds, betting trends and more for this upcoming Denver Broncos vs. Atlanta Falcons showdown.

Hall of Fame Game 2019 Viewing Guide

MatchupTime (ET)TVLive StreamOddsTotal
Atlanta Falcons vs. Denver Broncos*8 p.m.NBCNBC Sports LiveATL -134.5

*Matchup takes place at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio

Hall of Fame Game Scores (2010-2018)

2018Ravens 17 – Bears 1633
2017Cowboys 20 – Cardinals 1838
2015Vikings 14 – Steelers 317
2014Giants 17 – Bills 1330
2013Cowboys 24 – Dolphins 2044
2012Saints 17 – Cardinals 1027
2010Cowboys 16 – Bengals 723

Hall of Fame Game was not played in 2011 and 2016.

Hall of Fame Game 2019 Preview

The Falcons and Broncos have each participated in the Hall of Fame Game three times previously, with both teams compiling identical 1-2 records in the preseason opener, but never faced one another in those prior contests. Denver hasn’t made an appearance at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium since 2004, but it’s been even longer—25 years to be exact—since the Falcons have made a trip to Ohio to open the preseason schedule.

One interesting trend to note is that the Falcons haven’t had much success during the preseason since Dan Quinn took over as head coach in 2015. The team is just 4-12 during exhibition games in that span, including an 0-4 record in last year’s preseason. Atlanta doesn’t score many points in these matchups either, failing to ring up a single score in their 2018 NFL preseason opener against the New York Jets and totaling up just 27 points in the final three outings. It’s clear that Quinn doesn’t place much importance on getting his first-stringers reps in these meaningless contests, as evidenced by starting quarterback Matt Ryan playing just two snaps in that showdown with the Jets.

Quinn did mention he is looking forward to participating in the Hall of Fame Game and hopes the extra playing time—the Falcons and Broncos will compete in five preseason games this year, compared to four for the rest of the league—will result in improved team chemistry (via ProFootballHOF.com):

We are fired up to kick off the NFL’s 100th season in the Hall of Fame Game. We are honored to play in Canton and be a part of the celebration for all of the inductees. This is also an opportunity for us to strengthen our connection and our brotherhood with additional time on the field.

The Broncos have had quite a bit more success than their upcoming opponent with regards to finding the end zone during the preseason. They averaged an impressive 25 points across their four exhibition clashes last year, but those expecting some high totals from the Denver offense should be wary that those outbursts came with Vance Joseph calling the shots. Things could be different now that the club is employing Vic Fangio, the former Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator who will be making his head coaching debut on the sidelines this Thursday.

James Palmer tweeted a clip of Fangio discussing why he elected to hire an offensive coordinator who has never called plays at the NFL level:

James Palmer✔@JamesPalmerTV

why did Vic Fangio pick Rich Scangarello, some one that has never called plays in the NFL, as his offensive coordinator with the #broncos? I find his answer to be pretty interesting.382:38 AM – Jul 23, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacySee James Palmer’s other Tweets

Fangio is far from the only new hire in the Mile High City either, as the Broncos also have a new starting quarterback in Joe Flacco and a slew of other fresh faces up and down the roster. That could make for a rough start out of the gate in this nationally televised Pro Football Hall of Fame Game and something bettors should keep in mind when making a play on the matchup. There will be plenty more to dive into as information is revealed this week, including how much the head coaches plan to play their starters, an updated injury report and more, so check back for more 2019 NFL preseason info during the leadup to the official preseason start at the Hall of Fame Game.

How to watch Broncos vs. Falcons in Hall of Fame Game: Time, TV, live stream, radio, weather


The Falcons will help officially kickoff the 2019 NFL season on Thursday when they face the Denver Broncos in the league’s annual Hall of Fame Game. Atlanta will have one extra preseason this year due to their participation in the Hall of Fame Game, but the Falcons coaches are looking forward to the extra evaluation opportunity.


We’re creeping ever closer to the start of the regular season, and football is back on the television Thursday night. What more could you want?


  • What: Denver Broncos vs. Atlanta Falcons
  • When: Thu, Aug. 1, 8 p.m. ET
  • Where: Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, Canton, Ohio
  • TV: NBC
  • Announcers: Play-by-play –Al Michaels, color analyst – Chris Collinsworth
  • Online streaming: Fans can watch the Falcons game at nbcsports.com
  • Radio: 92.9 The Game is the Falcons’ official radio network. Fans who have Sirius or XM Radio can find a list of NFL games, here.

For a full list of every NFL broadcast this weekend, and which games will be available in certain areas, click here

Weather forecast

Here’s the current forecast for Ohio on Sunday, according to The Weather Channel:

  • Mostly sunny
  • High/low: 81/61
  • 10 percent chance of precipitation
  • 64 percent humidity

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