I made this article just to say that certain things will definitely not happen because of personnel changes and just to make a point to fans of other teams who only like to hear their own point of view.
In most of these slides, I'm poking a little fun at the athletes too, just to make it a little more interesting.
With Burress and Toomer gone, Giants fans still think they can dominate through the air. Im sorry to let you guys know like this, but I had to.
Smith is a good receiver with good hands, but he is no deep threat. Hixon is another young good receiver that has good speed, but he can be jammed at the line easily.
As far as Mario Manningham goes, he runs sloppy routes and can't get the seperation from defenders.
Some Giant fans say that defenses will pay for putting eight or more men in the box and will get beat by the receivers.
Im sorry, but with the wide receivers you have right now, almost every defense will put eight men in the box and dominate your offense, unless it's the Detroit Lions.
I must say this is one of the funniest picture I have seen of Peyton Manning, he really does look like a Colt(which is a horse for you slow people out there).
Unless the Colts draft a wide receiver in the first round, Manning will struggle because he won't have three first round wide receivers to throw to anymore.
The chances of the Colts drafting a wide receiver are not very good either because they really need a defensive tackle. If they don't fill that hole, then offenses will have their way with them like they did last year.
Sorry Bills fans, but for all the trash talk you guys make you seem to miss the fact that T.O. has been a cancer to whatever team he plays for.
San Francisco kept him for a few years, when he wasn't publicly known as a pain in the ass yet. Philadelphia couldn't stand him, and I'm surprised that McNabb and T.O. didn't fight that season.
The Cowboys took a lot of flak for taking T.O. and had nothing to show for it other than pissed off coaches and fans.
The Cowboys are a team usually you're sent to if you have an attitude problem. Examples: Tank Johnson and T.O.
T.O. always complained about not getting the ball enough and that was before Roy Williams was traded from the Lions.
Romo would always throw to Witten, and T.O. would always argue with Romo or the offensive coordinator about it.
Now he goes to the Bills and as a Patriots fan I'm really not that worried about it. T.O. will have to share the ball with Lee Evans, James Hardy, Josh Reed, and Roscoe Parrish if they can't trade him.
The Patriots brought in Shawn Springs who will line up against T.O. because he has always done well against him. I wonder if T.O. has his popcorn ready for all the drama that's going to unfold on the Bills.
With all the trash talking you Bills fans have done over the off-season I hope T.O. will be able to back it up for you, and if he doesn't, you guys are in for another long season.
Im not the bandwagon type of fan and I refuse to jump on the Mark Sanchez bandwagon. Sanchez is a one year starter and he comes from a offense that relies heavily on the passing game and he was surrounded by talent.
Sanchez could not even beat John David Booty for the starting job and I hope he gets drafted by the Detroit Lions, because I will enjoy watching him throw numerous interceptions.
He also has only one year of experience and hopefully will turn into a draft bust. The last good quarterback to come form USC was Carson Palmer and the rest that followed after have not done well in the NFL.
Matt Leinart was handed the starting job, but the job was soon handed to Kurt Warner. If Leinart can't play well with Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin, then how will he ever become an NFL star?
John David Booty was the next quarterback to come out of USC and hasn't amounted to anything either.
What a cheesy smile he has, in fact that smile is downright scary.
Moving on, the Bears currently have no good receivers to throw to aside from Devin Hester.
Greg Olsen is another good target, but the Bears will also have to deal with Cutler's immaturity and ego.
I bet the Chargers are really regretting letting Michael Turner go and they are now looking like the biggest boneheads next to the Detroit Lions.
They franchised Darren Sproles, who is mainly a special teams player, and I don't know how many big hits that little guy will be able to take if he takes more snaps.
LT is getting old and he didn't have that great of a season last year. I can't wait to see more video clips of LT acting like a little girl on camera for all of America to see. He consistently throws fits and cries when he doesn't win.
I can remember almost every time the Patriots beat the Chargers in the playoffs LT wouldn't even shake the other player's hands, he would just cry and walk right past them to the locker room.
Sage Rosenfels is not much of a scrambling quarterback, and that was evident in the Colts game last season when he got destroyed by Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney.
While the Vikings do have good receivers and a really good running game, I still suspect that to survive as a quarterback in the Vikings offense, you need to be a scrambler. Examples: Daunte Culpepper and Tarvaris Jackson.
While I don't have anything bad to say about Jeff Garcia, I could go on for years bad mouthing the Oakland Raiders, who are still being sore losers over the "Tuck Rule."
The Oakland Raiders actually made a signing that I can actually approve of for once. Jeff Garcia is a good veteran quarterback who can do it all, he has a big arm and is an effective scrambler as well.
While Garcia has the talent to be a good quarterback, the Oakland Raiders don't have the talent to make Garcia effective enough.
Johnny Lee Higgins is a good special teams player and receiver, but he is not a No. 1 wide receiver.
It's to no surprise that Javon Walker got overpaid by Al Davis and didn't do anything for it which is becoming a trend for the big name players that Al Davis brings in.
The Oakland Raiders have a terrible offensive line and a terrible receivng core to go along with it.
Their running backs I'm not so sure of yet, but I heard next to nothing from them last season until that big game Michael Bush had towards the end of the season.
I respect T.J. as a person and wide receiver, but Seattle has too many problems on offense for this to work out.
Deion Branch has only played well in New England, and that's because he had Tom Brady.
Brady made him seem better than he really is, which the Seahawks just found out the hard way.
The Seahawks have a bad offensive line and not that bad of a running game, but they need more playmakers on offense and the Seahawks better pray that Hasselbeck doesn't go down again.
While the Chiefs did get their quarterback they wanted in Matt Cassel, they don't have much for him to throw to other than Dwayne Bowe and Tony Gonzalez who is still waiting to be traded.
They do have Brandon Albert to protect his blind side, but what about the other side?
The offensive line need to be revamped and they need to add playmakers for Cassel to throw to like Michael Crabtree.