Welcome to the first installment of TLY's Inside the NFL. Throughout the season, we will take a look at the players and teams making noise in The Longest Yard. On the eve of opening week, let's take a look at the stories to watch in season 2. Super Bowl DreamsThe opening week always starts with everyone tied for first place, and dreaming of a title. However, only one team will make these dreams a reality. The front-runner has to be the defending champion Minnesota Vikings. They have the most unstoppable HB in the game, Adrian Peterson. They also have one of, if not THE, best defensive line in the league. QB Christian Ponder must continue to develop if the Vikings hope to repeat.The Colts fell just short of a title last year, and with QB Andrew Luck at the helm, the offense should be just as potent this year. The Colts went out in the draft and found Luck some help in the form of HB Algrenon Nelson. This rookie from Kansas has electrifying speed, and with HB Lamar Miller the Colts may have the most explosive backfield in TLY. The Colts do have concerns on the right side of their offensive line and their defensive line has many question marks as well.The Saints still have the same potent offense led by QB Drew Brees, HB Darren Sproles, and TE Jeremy Graham. The Saints also possess one of the best offensive lines in the league. The defense is just as strong, and added some help in the secondary with rookie Devonta Jones. It will be interesting to see if the Saints decide to move a CB, as they have a log jam at the position. Thanks for the Added Pressure CoachAs if HB Jeremiah Banks didn't enter the league with enough pressure on him, the Titans front office has added more. Banks has to deal with the expectations of being the number one pick in the draft. Expectations that are even higher now after the amazing season last year's top pick Andrew Luck delivered. However with the news that the Titans are looking to move star HB Chris Johnson, the expectations for Banks just shot through the roof. Banks definitely has the talent to be a star in this league, but will have to see if he can deal with all the expectations being placed on him. Quarterback Carousel Several teams brought in big name, veterean quarterbacks in the hope that they could recapture their glory years and make one more run at a title. While last year saw several big name rookies get substantial minutes and have big seasons, this year, barring injury, there won't be any rookies getting the starting nod. This means more attention for the following veteran QB's. After sitting out a couple of years, Kurt Warner returns at the ripe old age of 40. He can still make all the throws, but the question is can he survive the punishment of an NFL season. He was not the most durable QB when he was in his 30's. The Arizona Cardinals hope Michael Vick can make big plays and bring some excitement back to Arizona. Although not quite as quick and athletic as he once was, he's still the most electrifying QB this side of RG3. It won't hurt that he gets to throw to Larry Fitzgerald either. The Kansas City Chiefs hope Peyton Manning has one more Super Bowl in him, as they picked up the 37 year old Manning. The Chiefs have weapons in HB Jamaal Charles and WR Dwayne Bowe, but the defense has several holes to fill if they hope to contend.