Within these hallowed grounds you'll find the predictions of winners on the gridiron battlefield. The men will rise up among the boys and dominate this sacred game of the gods.
Many brats and many beers will be consumed by true fans lucky enough to witness the clash of these title-hungry titans.
The true warriors of the green will rise to the occasion in 2009 to claim their place in pigskin history. Find out here who those teams will be before it even happens.
New England Patriots - 13-3 Tom Brady's return leads Pats to stellar season.
Miami Dolphins - 11-5 Run, Wildcat, Run.
Buffalo Bills - 6-10 T.O. will perform better on VH1 than on the field.
New York Jets - 5-11 Mark Sanchez = No Chanchez.
Pittsburgh Steelers - 13-3 The vaunted Steel Curtain blankets the NFL again.
Baltimore Ravens - 10-6 Tough schedule holds back Flacco and crew.
Cincinnati Bengals - 8-8 Chad Ocho Cinco will still provide the entertainment.
Cleveland Browns - 6-10 The true Dawg Pound.
Indianapolis Colts - 12-4 All Manning, all the time.
Tennessee Titans - 11-5 Chris Johnson looks to avoid the sophomore slump.
Houston Texans - 9-7 Texans look to bank a franchise-first winning season.
Jacksonville Jaguars - 7-9 Jags aren't up to the task in this division.
San Diego Chargers - 10-6 Just keep Shawne Merriman away from Tequila!
Oakland Raiders - 6-10 Raiders still aren't back in black.
Denver Broncos - 5-11 Much like Brandon Marshall, Broncs look like donkeys.
Kansas City Chiefs - 3-13 Sorry, but the Pats made Matt Cassel not da Chiefs.
Philadelphia Eagles - 11-5 The Dawg Killer could prove worth it in tight games.
Dallas Cowboys - 10-6 A Simpson-less Romo leads the way.
New York Giants - 10-6 Eli doesn't have his brother's receiving corps.
Washington Redskins - 7-9 Can Jason Campbell last a whole season?
Chicago Bears - 12-4 Jay Cutler is the young QB the Bears need.
Green Bay Packers - 11-5 Can Aaron Rodgers make fans forget Favre?
Minnesota Vikings - 8-8 Ask the Jets how much Favre helped.
Detriot Lions - 2-14 I'll give rookie Matthew Stafford credit for two wins.
New Orleans Saints - 12-4 Enough offensive firepower for two teams.
Atlanta Falcons - 10-6 Sorry, but Matt Ryan still hasn't shown enough.
Carolina Panthers - 7-9 Perhaps one of the toughest schedules this year.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 4-12 We're a long way from the Gruden's Bowl Bucs.
Seattle Seahawks - 10-6 Seahawks will own in division games.
Arizona Cardinals - 7-9 I don't believe Kurt Warner can stay healthy again.
San Francisco 49ers - 6-10 A team that needs one more year.
St. Louis Rams - 2-14 Can you say rebuilding?
Miami Dolphins and Tennessee Titans advance to playoffs via wildcards.
Dolphins over Chargers Colts over Titans
Steelers over Colts Patriots over Dolphins
Steelers over Patriots for AFC Champs
Green Bay and Dallas are the Wildcards.
Green Bay over Seattle Philadelphia over Dallas
Chicago over Green Bay Philadelphia over New Orleans
Chicago over Philadelphia to become NFC Champs
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