I'm pumped big time for this year's kickoff, it's been a long offseason but we're finally going to get some football. Opening match (Thurday night football) is New Orleans vs Green Bay, which is showing on ESPN on friday morning. Should be pretty good game, intrigued to see how the Saint's ground attack comes together. Ingram, Thomas & Sproles is an incredible stable of RBs, especially when you consider that they still have Chris Ivory on PUP. Their RBs actually remind me of the old Philly three headed monster (Douglas, Buckhalter & BWest). Can't wait to hear the commentators state that this will be a preview of the NFC championship game ad nauseum. So much fear amongst the Eagles haters this year, I love it. Sunday games being televised are Bears vs Falcons, which may be fun to watch just to see Jay Cutler get pounded into dust. Ravens vs Steelers is on ONE which should be a sick game as always, I think the Steelers will do the Ravens here though unfortunately, Ravens line is disgraceful & I'm not sure how Flacco will go with all of his new recievers - may take a while to work up some combinations with the young guys & Lee Evans. Skins vs Gunts & Jets vs Boys are the two later games. Personally I wouldn't be upset if both matches had to be forfeited by all teams involved due to every player on every team suddenly dying on the field, but if I have to choose one then it would be the Skins revamped new pass rush to pressure Sheli Manning into throwing 5 picks before breaking his neck - fair for all parties involved. I'll be watching the Iggles showing the Rams who the new greatest show on turf is (Thank F for Game Pass). I feel as if I should be more confident but our O-Line just doesn't seem ready for the season yet. With that said, people said that about the Colts year after year yet Howard Mudd got their rickety old line to put up decent protection for Peyton Manning. I'll just believe it when I see it with us - if Vick gets time in the pocket we'll destroy teams, if he doesn't then we'll go no where. Nervous about how our LBs will go up against Steven Jackson & Carnell Williams, expecting the Rams to rack up some serious yardage on the ground. We need Matthews & Fokou to step it up big time, Chaney is looking like he's the goods so at least we're sitting sweet on the strong side. Lastly, can't wait to see our pass defence! If it doesn't utterly dominate against a young QB with mediocre recievers & our beastly pass rush then Juan Castillo, I am disappoint. We must always have faith in the Nnamdi though.