So all drafts are done, I figured I'd take the opportunity to write some stuff down here so I can go back and laugh at myself at the end of the season. So here are some random pre-2005 season (well almost) noodlings. Feel free to play along or castigate what I've put here - whatever flips your cookie.I like the Rams offense tons this year - greatest show on turf type like. The only caveat is the shallowness of the offensive line folks. If the starting five get dinged up the whole thing will derail, probably with a Bulger injury resulting. That said, I like everyone on this offense, especially Bulger, Jackson and Curtis for FF purposes.I think the Eagles win the super bowl - they look like the most complete team to me right now. Now that the season's started I think the Owens craziness will stay below the surface as long as the team is winning. I think they're obviously the class of the NFC, with Carolina, Minny, St. Louis, and Atlanta in a second tier.The Pats D is still a big questionmark for me in their quest for another title - I like the Colts to take the AFC title. Their D has improved, and the offense can win games by itself - they really need to get home field for the playoffs though. Baltimore would look better if they had a quarterback.I think the Jets offense is in for a tough season. I don't think Pennington is 100%, and he may never be. It doesn't look like he can throw down field with authority. Without the deep threat, Coles and McCariens don't seem like feature receivers to me, despite some of the numbers they've put up in the past. Can Curtis Martin do it again? Not to the level he did last year - he gets 1000 yards at least, but I wouldn't expect a ton more.The Giants offense becomes a pleasant surprise. Really good talent at the skill position creates a solid support net for Eli to become productive, gaining momentum as the season moves along. Brandon Jacobs looks like the real deal and they'll have to find ways to get him on the field.Surprise team of the year - Miami Dolphins. They should have a tough defense, and they also are loaded at the skill positions. Hudson Houck whips the offensive line into shape and by midseason they're road grating people giving Williams AND Brown plenty of room to wreck havoc and give Gus Ferrote enough protection to be an effective NFL QB (see Drew Brees 2004). They give their division mates fits, finish ahead of the Jets and make a run at the last wild card spot.Carnell Williams is gold this year - top 12 FF running back. He'll make quite a few FF seasons work out right this year. Period, end of discussion. Relatedly, the Bucs return to playoff contention.Ahman Green returns to top 10 running back status. The reports of the Green Bay offensive line degradation are greatly exaggerated. Yeah the lost their starting guards from last year, but it's not like they're going with a 3 man line as a result. He breaks a few more long ones, scores a few more tds, and people will wonder how he was going at the end of the second round come January 2006.Byron Leftwich steps up again this year, approaching top 10 qb status. The Jags offense opens up and young receiving weapons Williams, Jones and Willford help out old man Jimmy Smith to create a threatening passing game. The running backs are just good enough to not let teams completely sell out, letting Lefty do his bidding.Brandon Jones takes Tyrone Calico's job, and Steve McNair is better for it.Arnaz Battle puts up better numbers than Lloyd, and becomes a useful FF WR3.Hmmm that's all I've got for now. Questions? Comments? Why don't you guys throw some spaghetti at the wall and see what sticks so we can all have a laugh at the end of the season.