Obviously subject to change before opening day: AFC: Oakland Raiders. This most hated team actually has a chance, with an improving secondary and linebacking corps. They have gotten a couple of hardnosed players in the draft the last couple of years, with Kirk Morrison and Huff, and I think the change of scenery will help Aaron Brooks, who will thrive under Art Shell. I think the exit of sea lawyers like Sapp, Woodson and Ted Washington will help the locker room atmosphere. Combined with the fact the team finally will be able to market its own tickets, I fear we could look at a revival of the moribund Oakland franchise this year. NFC: NO Saints. New coach, new QB, new attitude, new super half-back. Not a fan of Sean "Malcolm in the Middle" Payton, but anything is an improvement over Haslett. Also, I see DE Will Smith becoming one of the dominant players in the league this year, and Charles Grant having a bounce back year. Jammal Brown will handle Left Tackle decently. 10 wins is not out of the question.