I'd be surprised if Mike Tomlin had any more cool slogans for the Steelers.
I'd be surprised if I've ever seen a team's ground game get stuffed at the line of scrimmage more often than the 49ers'.
I'd be surprised if there was a team in a better position to catch a wave and ride it deep into the playoffs than the Packers, provided they get that running game going in Chicago.
I'd be surprised if Eagles cornerback Asante Samuel didn't shut down Giants wideout Steve Smith.
I'd be surprised if even Peyton Manning wasn't impressed with Kyle Orton's play-action passing technique.
I'd be surprised if Philip Rivers didn't throw a lot of high passes in Dallas. Not to try to hit the gigantic TV, but because his wideouts have about a half-foot height advantage over the Cowboys' defensive backs.
I'd be surprised if the Bengals didn't use the Cardinals' blueprint and try to rattle Brett Favre, not by sacking him but by flushing him out of the pocket.
I'd be surprised if anyone realized what a significant tipping point we've reached now that more snaps are taken from the shotgun than under center.
I'd be surprised if I was finally able to break two hours during my half-marathon this weekend.
I'd be surprised if Bill Belichick could get away with treating Adalius Thomas like a teenager on scholarship much longer. The rest of the cuckold Patriots players might keep taking it, but not Thomas.
I'd be surprised if there were a less significant trend than this nonsense about the Cowboys struggling in December. It's been 13 years since Dallas has won a playoff game -- of course the Cowboys struggle in December. So do the Chiefs.
I'd be surprised if any other benched quarterback refers to himself in the third person as much as JaMarcus Russell does.