Check out FootballPros.comOn the eve of the 2012 season, we offered 10 things to keep an eye on. Here is a look at the original piece, with a few updates. Which of the stories or trends below proved to be your favorite?The league’s 93rd season (and 47th of the Super Bowl Era) is less than two weeks away and once again, we’ll keep an eye on a few things that may or may not occur, as well as trends that have made the modern-day NFL so unpredictable (or is it predictable?)…--In 2011, we saw the Packers (560), Saints (547) and Patriots (513) all score 500-plus points, the first time in NFL history three teams reached that mark in the same season. But Green Bay and New Orleans were eliminated the same weekend in the NFC Divisional Playoffs and New England fell to the Giants in the Super Bowl. That brings the total number of teams to score 500 or more points to 15 during the Super Bowl Era and only 4 of those teams went onto win the Big Game…2012: The New England Patriots were the lone team to score 500-plus points and their total of 557 is the third-highest total in NFL history. But Bill Belichick’s team scored a season-low 13 points in a 28-13 loss to the Ravens in the AFC title game, making it 16 teams to score 500 or more points during the Super Bowl Era and only 4 teams going onto win the Big Game…http://footballpros.com/content.php/2188-Some-Hits-and-Some-Misses-2012