I'd be surprised if Titans O-line coach and HOFer Mike Munchak gets the credit he deserves when RB Chris Johnson goes over 2,000 yards -- not that he'd take it or anything.
I'd be surprised if the Bears' front office and ownership were actually savvy enough to steal Mike Shanahan away from the Redskins.
I'd be surprised if Denver RB Correll Buckhalter doesn't have an even busier homecoming to Philly than fellow former Eagle Brian Dawkins.
I'd be surprised if the 49ers weren't one of those annoying teams that played great now that the games mean nothing.
I'd be surprised if Albert Haynesworth and his $41 million in cash gets any sympathy for his feelings about the Redskins' woeful schemes and coaching -- even if he happens to be right.
I'd be surprised if after almost retiring on the Ravens, 13-year veteran WR Derrick Mason doesn't end up with the best season of his career.
I'd be surprised if Kurt Warner's December struggles (one TD and three INTs in his past two games) ended up being anywhere as troubling as Brett Favre's.
I'd be surprised if the Saints need more than a quarter against the Bucs to collect the first No. 1 playoff seed in the history of the franchise.
I'd be surprised if the Ravens don't end up catching the Bengals in the AFC North.
I'd be surprised if people knew just how good the Vikes' corners were in outside run support.
I'd be surprised if I got a cooler Christmas present than my new Chicago Footy hat.
I'd be surprised if it takes more than two weeks for the Chargers' amazing 18-0 streak in December to be used as proof of just how much this team has underachieved in the past several years.