I haven't done them in a while, but I think I'll bring back the power rankings this season.
Here are my top 10 and bottom 10 NFL teams as we head into the season.
1. Green Bay - The champs until somebody proves otherwise.
2. Steelers - The AFC champs were thisclose to being the Super Bowl champions last season.
3. San Diego – The new kickoff rule will help the Chargers greatly.
4. Atlanta – Julio Jones gives them another receiving threat.
5. N.Y. Jets – Somebody needs to tell Rex Ryan he hasn't won anything yet.
6. New Orleans – Everyone is forgetting about the Saints.
7. New England – May take a slight step back.
8. Philadelphia – Not sold on the Eagles.
9. Baltimore – The Ravens aren't as good as they were last season.
10. Houston - Should win the AFC South in a walkover. Matt Schaub is the only returning starting QB in the division.
23. Minnesota – What was it about Donovan McNabb's play last season that didn't make the Vikings feel he was washed up?
24. Washington – Mike Shanahan came back for this?
25. Cleveland – The Browns are improving, but still have a way to go.
26. Tennessee – How many games will Matt Hasselbeck play?
27. Buffalo – Getting better, but slowly.
28. Seattle – Hard to believe this team was in the playoffs last season.
29. Denver – Bad defense that did little to get better.
30. Jacksonville – Curious move cutting David Garrard.
31. Cincinnati – Too many rookies at key positions, particularly on offense.
32. Carolina – Little talent anywhere.