25. New York Jets (0-1): Jets fans are realizing that, if they want to be a good team, they are going to have to learn how to play with the big boys. Not only did they lose to the Patriots, but they looked awful. Hopefully the coach they call "Man-genius" can find a way to win.
26. Buffalo Bills (0-1): With thoughts and prayers going out to Kevin Everett, football seems unimportant. Hopefully he, even if his football career is over, can get well and lead a good, fulfilling life.
27. St. Louis Rams (0-1): When your star running back has a dismal game, you aren't going to win. Losing at home on opening day is going to be a hard one for the Rams to shake off. Steven Jackson is going to have to turn it around, and not turn it over, if the Rams are going to salvage the season.
28. Atlanta Falcons (0-1): It's really too bad that the entire team has to suffer because of one man's inhumane decisions. It would be nice to see Joey Harrington do well. He might not be a better quarterback than Michael Vick, but here's to betting he's a better person.
29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-1): Don't count this team out just yet… give them a few games. Their defense showed signs of life, but their offense struggled in every sense of the word. Still, Gruden knows how to coach. He'll find some tricks up his sleeve.
30. Oakland Raiders (0-1): Even when they were horrendous last year, their defense was great. That appears to no longer be the case. The Chargers and the Broncos are glad the Raiders are in their division.
31. Kansas City Chiefs (0-1): Wow this team looks bad. Opponents might even have a chance of winning at Arrowhead in November and December of this year. Like the Raiders, the Chargers and Broncos welcome the Chiefs presence in the AFC West.
32. Cleveland Browns: Look for Brady Quinn to be the starting quarterback before the season is over. May as well put him in and chalk this up to a "rebuilding" year.