They\u2019ve popped up at halftime, sang the national anthem, raised the team flag before kickoff, and are often in the stands for big games. Though fame and fortune can gain musicians better access to their favorite football teams, many rockers are as diehard as\u00a0the average fan\u00a0who's cheering from the nosebleed section or in front of\u00a0a TV at home.\u00a0That includes during the first few weeks of the new season, when even the most skeptical football fan feels good about their team\u2019s prospects\u2014regardless whether a franchise has Super Bowl or playoff expectations, or if they\u2019re in the process of rebuilding. So how do some of the recognizable names\u00a0in\u00a0music feel about the 2019 NFL season? We checked in with Alice in Chains\u2019 Jerry Cantrell, The Black Keys\u2019 Patrick Carney, and others to see how confident they are of their team\u2019s prospects, whether that means a potential shot at at Super Bowl LIV, or if they\u2019d be lucky to simply have a winning season. Read on for the musings of our musician panel on how their favorite NFL teams will fare in the 2019 football season\u2014and yes, their way-too-early Super Bowl predictions as well.\u00a0 Jerry Cantrell, Alice in Chains Kevin Winter\/Getty Team: Seattle Seahawks The biggest question is going to be finding a replacement for Dougie Baldwin. Tyler Lockett is going to be taking a lot of the load, and hopefully, Metcalf can learn a lot. He\u2019s got a lot of speed and a lot of talent. We\u2019ll see what the defense develops into.\u00a0 We went through our transitional year last year and still made the playoffs. We didn\u2019t have Dougie, but we had Carson and Penny. Russell Wilson is good for eight wins on his own! Ever since Carroll and our GM took over, Paul Allen let them do what they needed to do instead of being one of those owners who was too involved. They built the organization into a perennial playoff contender and I\u2019m really excited to see how the young guys do.\u00a0 The Rams may be the front-runner in the division, but that doesn\u2019t mean we can\u2019t get in the playoffs somehow. But you never know what\u2019s going to happen. That\u2019s the great thing about the NFL. Season outlook: Worst case scenario, nine wins, but I\u2019d probably say 10. I got them in the playoffs. Super Bowl prediction: New England Patriots\u2014it makes me gag, but you can\u2019t knock that organization\u2014over New Orleans Saints. Patrick Carney,\u00a0 The Black Keys Stephen Lorekin\/Getty Team: Cleveland Browns Even before I started watching baseball, I watched the Browns. I started in \u201985, when I was 5 years old. Of course, the Browns were pretty fucking good then with Bernie Kosar, and I got Earnest Byner\u2019s autograph before \u201cThe Fumble\u201d at an appliance store. (I crumpled the thing up when that happened because I was pissed off.) I hadn\u2019t watched sports after 1997 since I was so crushed that the Indians lost to the Marlins in the World Series. But I slowly got back into it. I\u2019m a sports optimist\u2014you have to be when you\u2019re a Cleveland Browns fan\u2014and you always hope that every year is the year.\u00a0 The past few years have been really fucking hard to be a Browns fan. For the first time since I was probably 11, I have a lot of faith in this team. I want to see something happen. At first, I wasn\u2019t that familiar with Baker Mayfield\u2014only about a year and a half ago\u2014after what happened with Johnny Football, I was suspect of any first-round quarterback pick of theirs. Johnny Manziel, that was the worst era of Cleveland Browns football, it was the worst fucking embarrassment. But after last season, I was convinced when he came in and won in his first game, and he seems really fucking cool too.\u00a0 Odell , I hope he brings it this year. I have a good feeling about Landry too. They should be unstoppable. As long as they have a winning record this year, I think it\u2019s a success. Being a competitive team is a success.\u00a0 Season outlook: 10-6, make the playoffs as a Wild Card. I knew their record was going to be 0-16 a few years ago \u2014I was confident about that and am this. Super Bowl prediction: New England wins again, since the world is unjust.\u00a0 Steve Gorman, The Black Crowes Ethan Miller\/Getty Team: Tennessee Titans We\u2019re the safest 8-8 bet for the last decade.\u00a0If you had to pick one team that\u2019s going to have good games and bad games in equal measure, it\u2019s pretty much the Tennessee Titans. The one great season we did have , Kerry Collins was the starting quarterback.\u00a0 Like any NFL team and their fan base, you\u2019re subjected to whims of the ownership. If you have a bad owner, there\u2019s nothing you can do. The one thing about the Titans is that for the past few years, we\u2019ve had a good GM with Jon Robinson. This is the year of reckoning, not just for Vrabel, but for Mariota. It\u2019s his fifth season, so if he doesn\u2019t have a clear uptick this year, it\u2019s time that the Titans look elsewhere. I don\u2019t know about Vrabel either.\u00a0 It\u2019s hard to take a mediocre culture out of a team. Being a Titans fan is saying if we can stay healthy, just get lucky here and this goes our way\u2014there\u2019s never a sense that things will go our way, just a hope. Season outlook: 8-8 or 9-7 is as much as I\u2019d put any money into. We\u2019ll win a couple that we shouldn\u2019t win and lose a couple we shouldn\u2019t lose. 10-6 would be a really successful campaign for this team. Super Bowl prediction: New England over New Orleans. I\u2019ll stop betting on Brady when he retires. Zach Lind, Jimmy Eat World Mauricio Santana\/Getty Team: Arizona Cardinals I\u2019m concerned. While I think Kingsbury could help the offense improve from last year (not a high bar), it remains to be seen if he can be an effective NFL head coach. Head coaching encompasses so much more than just X\u2019s and O\u2019s, and we have no idea at this point if Kingsbury can be that guy.\u00a0 I predict Murray will be a significant improvement over Rosen. I didn\u2019t dislike Rosen, and thought he was thrown into a very bad situation last year. But I think Murray has the skill set to make more things happen even in sketchy situations.\u00a0 My expectations this year are pretty modest. Let\u2019s see if Kingsbury will sink or swim. Let\u2019s see if the David Johnson of old returns. Let\u2019s see how this offensive scheme, whatever it ends up looking like, can work in the NFL. Season outlook: 6-10 Super Bowl prediction: New England Patriots over the Green Bay Packers. Brad Shultz, Cage the Elephant Kevin Winter\/Getty Team: Pittsburgh Steelers I feel pretty good about them. I think we\u2019re a bit of a sleeper team. Last year, had our kicking game been on, we would have made the playoffs. All of the drama\u2014Antonio Brown definitely had something that was bothering him and had a legitimate gripe\u2014and getting under wraps is going to be good. I honestly think we\u2019re going to win the division. When we first made the trade for and got a 3rd and 5th, I was like: \u2018Why would we ever do that?!\u2019 I think we have a really strong draft class this year, and got some quality players. I think that Big Ben is going to honor his contract and play three more years. He talked about retiring three years ago, but the next three years, the offensive line is going to be old and starting to rebuild. Season outlook: 12-4 and I don\u2019t think I\u2019m being overly optimistic either. We missed the playoffs by only a half game and we\u2019re going to fly under the radar and surprise teams. Super Bowl prediction: Steelers over New Orleans Saints.\u00a0 Andy Biersack, Black Veil Brides Duane Prokop\/Getty Team: Cincinnati Bengals I actually feel pretty good. The reality is, is that we\u2019ve had the same coach since I was in 6th grade, and I\u2019m 28 years old now. You have to understand that the entirety of my adult life and most of my cognitive years, we had one coach and one way of doing things. From what I\u2019ve seen of the new batch of players is that we can contend, or at least make the season interesting. I think Andy Dalton is good enough to make things happen when there\u2019s pieces around him. He\u2019s had success on a consistent basis, but he\u2019s not Pat Mahomes and going to make the team better around him. Dalton will make us just good enough where we\u2019ll draft 13th overall, and not having the possibility of getting a young quarterback.\u00a0 It\u2019s a weird time to be a fan because a lot of people are down on the team, but I\u2019ve had fun watching shit happen. I\u2019d rather them win two games this year and be weird as fuck and crazy shit happens, than we win six games and everything is exactly the same as every other year.\u00a0 Season outlook: 7-9 is the expectation, 9-7 and maybe sneak into a Wild Card spot is the best-case scenario. I don\u2019t see them being a game or two under .500 or being terrible enough to get a top-3 pick. Super Bowl prediction: Green Bay Packers over Kansas City Chiefs. Old man Rodgers pulls it out in a Super Bowl I rematch. Soup, Jurassic 5 Paul Kane\/Getty Team: Dallas Cowboys With the start of the 2019-2020 NFL season now upon us, there\u2019s only one team that will forever be accepted as America\u2019s team: the Dallas Cowboys. That\u2019s right, I said it. Patriots fans, if y\u2019all don\u2019t go and sit y\u2019all asses down!\u00a0 But if I\u2019m being honest, affection for the Cowboys has been a hard love affair of late. With contract talks still on going with Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper, the Cowboys know how to tease. Given the talent at our disposal this year\u2014a defense I feel finally looks in order on all fronts\u2014the return of good old (yeah, he\u2019s old) reliable Jason Witten, the addition of Randall Cobb and some decent draft picks, I think the \u2018Boys can actually position themselves to make a legitimate run in the playoffs.\u00a0 Now with all things said, there\u2019s always the issue of health, and that has derailed many a great runs, if the core of the team can stay healthy.\u201d Season outlook: 12-4, win the division. Super Bowl prediction: Dallas Cowboys over New England Patriots. Bob Crawford, The Avett Brothers Anne Webber\/Getty Team: Los Angeles Rams I hope they can make it all the way back to the Super Bowl and win it this time. However, I have been a fan for as long as I can remember. (For some reason, my father was always a Rams fan, which was strange because we lived in South Jersey.) Over the course of my life, the Rams have endured more losing seasons than winning.\u00a0 All that said, I\u2019m hopeful. I\u2019m excited for the return of wide receiver Cooper Kupp, and I\u2019m curious to see how Clay Matthews fits in with the defense. The health of Todd Gurley\u2019s knee is a big question mark. He was largely absent throughout the playoffs and the Super Bowl last year, and there were rumors that he may be suffering from arthritis. I think we will know pretty quickly whether Gurley is healthy, or not. If he is not, perhaps running back Malcolm Brown or Darrell Henderson Jr. will have a breakout season.\u00a0 Considering Jared Goff just signed a four-year, $134 million contract extension, all eyes are on him. He has three seasons under his belt, including playoff and Super Bowl experience. This is the year his talent and experience need to come together. Season outlook: 11-5, and a possible Super Bowl run. Super Bowl prediction: I\u2019ve heard people mention Chicago vs. Cleveland. As a fan of the sport, I think that would be a great matchup. I asked my 8-year old son his prediction. He is a Rams and Panthers fan, just like his old man. He didn\u2019t ponder my question for long. He said, \u201cRams vs Raiders.\u201d I\u2019ll go with that. Big Boi Kevin Winter\/Getty Team: Atlanta Falcons I think the Falcons will be an explosive team, as always. I think with the proper rest that they gave the key players like Julio , Damontae and Matty Ice \u2026 when the players come in healthy and refreshed, they are the healthiest they\u2019ve ever been since their rookie season.\u00a0 I don\u2019t really see any big transitional changes. I think that they\u2019ll be one of the teams to be reckoned with, especially in the NFC South. My expectations for the 2019 season, I think it\u2019s going to be a great year. I think that the talent is finally spread out amongst the NFL equally. I don\u2019t think one team has more of an advantage as the other. I think that every team has a shot this year. Season outlook: I think my team\u2019s record will be 12-4, 13-3, take your choice. If the Falcons don\u2019t make the playoffs, it might be some changes. It might be some coach changes, or personnel changes within the team. But I can\u2019t see them not making the playoffs. Super Bowl prediction: Atlanta Falcons over New England Patriots. Atlanta for the win this time. We won\u2019t blow the league.