The Sun's Jamison Hensley ranks the NFL's passing attacks:
1. INDIANAPOLIS / / As far as passing games go, this is a true fantasy football team.
2. CINCINNATI / / A fully recovered Carson Palmer makes for a healthy passing attack.
3. CAROLINA / / Adding Keyshawn Johnson is an asset for the underrated Jake Delhomme.
5. ST. LOUIS / / Torry Holt still makes the Rams one of the better shows on turf.
6. N.Y. GIANTS / / Eli Manning isn't Peyton yet, but he's looking awfully good.
7. SEATTLE / / Injuries to Jerramy Stevens and Darrell Jackson put a dent in a strong air attack.
8. KANSAS CITY / / Age is starting to set in on this prolific passing game.
9. DALLAS / / After a rocky summer, Bill Parcells will grow to love T.O. in the regular season.
10. MIAMI / / The Dolphins essentially stole Daunte Culpepper from the Vikings.
11. PITTSBURGH / / Ben Roethlisberger led the NFL in yards per attempt (8.9).
12. RAVENS / / Steve McNair directed Tennessee's passing attack to four top-10 rankings in five seasons.
13. PHILADELPHIA / / Like it or not, the Eagles were more dangerous with T.O.
14. DENVER / / There has to be concern after the old Jake Plummer showed up in the playoffs.
15. NEW ENGLAND / / Besides Ben Watson, who will Tom Brady throw to?
16. SAN DIEGO / / Philip Rivers isn't as raw as many believe.
17. GREEN BAY / / Brett Favre looked like he was going through the motions last year.
18. NEW ORLEANS / / Will Drew Brees' surgically repaired right shoulder hold up?
19. OAKLAND / / Defenses will be triple-covering Randy Moss.
20. JACKSONVILLE / / The sudden retirement of Jimmy Smith still stings.
21. N.Y. JETS / / Chad Pennington won the quarterback job by default.
22. TAMPA BAY / / Still not sold on Chris Simms. Or Michael Clayton.
23. MINNESOTA / / The place where bad Ravens receivers are banished.
24. DETROIT / / Prime example why you don't draft receivers in the first round.
25. ATLANTA / / Falcons keep adding receivers, but Vick keeps running.
26. HOUSTON / / Over-under for sacks allowed by Texans is 65.
27. TENNESSEE / / Never good when you sign your soon-to-be starting quarterback just before the season.
28. WASHINGTON / / Remember when Mark Brunell could throw a pass longer than 10 yards?
29. CLEVELAND / / Charlie Frye is not the answer at quarterback. Neither is Ken Dorsey.
30. BUFFALO / / Reaching for a quarterback in the first round rarely works (ask the Ravens).
31. CHICAGO / / The Bears have finished 30th or worse in passing for three straight seasons.
32. SAN FRANCISCO / / Alex Smith wouldn't have been a top-three quarterback in the 2006 draft.