I'm going to try and run my NFL predictions here every week, along with one-line reasons for each pick. We'll see how it turns out!
Tennessee at Pittsburgh: Steelers
Rationale: This will be close, but Pittsburgh's defence is just too good for the Titans.
Miami at Atlanta: Falcons
Rationale: Both of these teams will be good this year, but home-field advantage gives the Falcons the edge in this one.
Denver at Cincinnati: Bengals
Rationale: The Broncos have been a gong show so far under Josh McDaniels. Cincinnati isn't the league's best team or the most stable, but they look positively competent by comparison.
Minnesota at Cleveland: Vikings
Rationale: I think the Brett Favre experiment will implode at some point, but the Vikings are still a much better team than the Browns.
Jacksonville at Indianapolis: Colts
Rationale: The Colts may take a step back this year, but they still have Peyton Manning and a great passing offence.
Detroit at New Orleans: Saints
Rationale: Detroit is still Detroit, and the Saints should be quite good this year as they finally have a bit of defence to go with their offence.
Dallas at Tampa Bay: Cowboys
Rationale: The Cowboys won't be great this year, but they're still better than the Bucs, and they didn't just fire their offensive coordinator.
Philadelphia at Carolina: Eagles
Rationale: The Eagles should be solid again this year, and I'll take Donovan McNabb over Jake "Daylight Come And I Wanna" Delhomme and his five interceptions in one game any day.
Kansas City at Baltimore: Ravens
Rationale: The Chiefs will be one of the worst teams in the league this year, and they're going up against a very tough opponent in the Ravens.
New York Jets at Houston: Texans
Rationale: This one could see some early-season jitters from Jets QB Mark Sanchez, and I think the Texans will exploit that.
Washington at New York Giants: Giants
Rationale: This could be an interesting clash, but I think the Giants' superior defence and running game will see them prevail.
San Francisco at Arizona: Cardinals
Rationale: This one could be close, but I like Kurt Warner over Shaun Hill.
St. Louis at Seattle: Seahawks
Rationale: The Seahawks should be decent with the return of Matt Hasselbeck, but the Rams won't be good any time soon.
Chicago at Green Bay: Bears
Rationale: I expect the Packers' defence to struggle early on as they adjust to the 3-4.
Buffalo at New England: Patriots
Rationale: The Bills are in horrible shape after firing their offensive coordinator and cutting their starting left tackle, while the Patriots should return to dominance.
San Diego at Oakland: Chargers
Rationale: The Chargers' high-powered offence should be more than enough to demolish the Raiders.