NFL coaching trends change as quickly as the coaches themselves. Scouts Inc.'s Gary Horton brings you up to speed.
Anything less than a trip to the ArenaBowl will be a disappointment for Dallas.
Two of the league's best teams -- Dallas and Philadelphia -- will battle it out for the Eastern Division crown, writes Scouts Inc.'s Gary Horton.
New York may be young, but as long as it has Aaron Garcia, it will be competitive.
Unless the Crush can find a way to be more consistent, this team has the makings of a .500 club.
Now armed with one of the league's best QB-WR duos, the Chicago Rush look like the class of the AFL's Cetral Division in 2008, writes Scouts Inc.'s Gary Horton.
The Philadelphia Soul's goal is to play for a championship, and this year, it might do just that.
After history-making turnaround last year, Brigade shuffles roster in hopes of repeating their playoff success.
The additions of Sherdrick Bonner and Damian Harrell make Chicago's offense as potent as any in the league.
Columbus backed into the playoffs, but made a run all the way to the ArenaBowl last year. It will be tough to duplicate that performance.
The QB battle between Adrian McPherson and James MacPherson is closer than you think.
With solid free-agent additions and a move to football-crazy Cleveland, the Gladiators will be much improved.
Los Angeles looks to rebound in 2008 with a new defensive coordinator.
The Utah Blaze are looking to take the next step and become an elite AFL team in 2008, writes Gary Horton.
Arizona has a QB battle, a new stud receiver, a new coach and a promise putting pressure on the team in 2008.
Scouts Inc.'s Gary Horton says the San Jose Sabercats look like the class of the AFL's Western Division in 2008.