Broncos - life long fan...a huge fan of underdogs and the under-rated teams (esp. in the media) - it seems right that I cheer for the team that has the QB with the most come from behind victories in NFL history. Favorite player: Dumervil - I was a fan as soon as the Broncos drafted him in the 4th round. He had the most sacks in the college game and yet wasn't taken until late because of his height. Finally people gave him the recognition he deserves after leading the league in sacks. It's sad to see how many NFL analyst were like the Broncos must improve their pass rush because of what happened without Doom when they should have been saying get a big guy in the middle because there best run stopper plays safety. Bengals - Leon Hall - Under-rated DB that can cover anyone Texans - Demeco Ryans - under-rated LB that is possibly the second best MLB in the conference. Kubiak is a great coach and doesn't get any recognition for taking a horrible team and turning them into a respectable one. That and he made the correct call on the Bush/Williams debate. Bills - Paul Posluszny - Well I hate the Pats and the Jets, so I'll say team that had Doug Flutie and the had that half shot gun formation. Fitzpatrick had some good games last year too. Rams - Bradford - I'm amazed at how great Bradford played with the players he played with. It seems like they had 4 WR go down last year and yet he kept finding the next guy. I can't imagine him playing with Holt and Bruce in their prime (and Faulk too). Lions - Suh - It's great to watch the Lions and see them play so well and then make the one mistake that cost them the game every other week. One day they will get over the curse that they are on, and I hope it is soon. Got to like the Suh and Fairley in the middle. Falcons - Matt Ryan - Mr. Underrated at QB, this guy has been amazing in his short career and ESPN and NFL network probably don't even know what number this guy wears. Has anyone put up better stats in the first 3 years of their career better than Ryan. They had almost nothing before Ryan came into town. Eagles - Vick - media says he's done and is no good, and Vick goes out and proves that running QBs can thrive in the NFL and can carry their teams to the playoffs. I was one of few Vick fans through his troubles (I love animals, but he shouldn't be treated any differently then a drunk driver that kills a person...esp. a child) and I think he is the most unique and fun to watch NFL player ever. Apparently I like NFC QBs and AFC Defensive players, but that's how I roll.