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1 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs 5-1
You can’t win them all, but the Chiefs may not lose again this season. Pittsburgh just seems to have K.C.’s number right now.
2 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles 5-1
▲ 2
That was a big road win for the Eagles against the Panthers, and it was probably was their best win of the season so far.
3 New England Patriots New England Patriots 4-2
▲ 4
The Pats are certainly flawed, as they showed in falling behind the Jets by two touchdowns Sunday before recovering to win.
4 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams 4-2
▲ 5
They host the Cardinals this weekend in a suddenly interesting NFC West showdown. The Rams are headed in the right direction, though.
5 Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks 3-2
▲ 3
Speaking of the NFC West, the Seahawks will have their hands full with both the Cards and the Rams for the rest of the season. Put on your seat belts.
6 Denver Broncos Denver Broncos 3-2
▼ 4
That was a stinker on Sunday Night Football, for sure. Three turnovers and only ten points for that offense is inexcusable.
7 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons 3-2
▼ 4
Speaking of stinkers, how do the Falcons blow a 17-0 halftime lead at home? That was a stupor bowl all over again for Atlanta. And now the Pats are next on the road.
8 Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers 4-2
▼ 2
Could we have been looking at an NFC Championship Game preview on Sunday when Philly came to town and escaped with a close win? Possibly.
9 Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers 4-2
▲ 2
This team just plays to the level of its competition, confirmed once again on Sunday. Watch the Steelers lay an egg against the Bengals this weekend.
10 Washington Redskins Washington Redskins 3-2
▲ 2
The Redskins are headed for another barely-over-.500 season, aren’t they? We can just tell. They face the Eagles and the Cowboys, in order, next.
11 Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings 4-2
▲ 5
The Vikings caught some luck against the Packers on Sunday, and they now lead the NFC North. Can they stay there?
12 Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills 3-2
▲ 2
After their bye week, the Bills now host Tampa Bay and Oakland successively. They could win both those games to position themselves well for a postseason run. Seriously.
13 New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints 3-2
▲ 5
After starting 0-2, the Saints have regrouped with three straight wins, and now they go to Lambeau at a fortuitous time.
14 Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers 4-2
▼ 9
Perhaps there is no bigger loss to a single team in the NFL than the Packers losing QB Aaron Rodgers to another broken collarbone.
15 Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins 3-2
▲ 5
The 20 points that Miami scored in the second half against Atlanta represents the most points the Dolphins have scored in any game this season so far.
16 Houston Texans Houston Texans 3-3
▲ 6
They have a bye week now, and we’re expecting the Texans to come roaring out of that break to take control of the AFC South easily in the second half of the season.
17 Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals 3-3
▲ 8
What a difference a running back makes for this offense! Acquiring Adrian Peterson from the Saints could have just saved the Arizona season.
18 Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans 3-3
▲ 5
After Rodgers, perhaps no team needs its starting QB more than Tennessee. The Titans gained almost 300 yards more on offense with Marcus Mariota Sunday than they did with the backup the prior week.
19 Detroit Lions Detroit Lions 3-3
▼ 9
QB Matthew Stafford, the highest-paid player in NFL history, committed five turnovers on Sunday in New Orleans against one of the worst defenses in the league this year.
20 Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens 3-3
▼ 5
Losing to the Bears in overtime was bad, and now the Ravens go on the road to face a rejuvenated Vikings squad. Bad timing.
21 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars 3-3
▼ 4
With a winnable road game this week in Indianapolis, the Jacksonville Jaguars could get to four wins before their Week 8 bye. Shocking.
22 New York Jets New York Jets 3-3
▼ 3
That was a ridiculous officiating call that cost the Jets a touchdown against New England, but who knows if it would have changed the outcome of the game?
23 Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys 2-3
▼ 2
The Ezekiel Elliott Drama has really hurt the Cowboys this year, and here’s to hoping the lessons there are learned as soon as possible.
24 Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals 2-3
▲ 2
The Bengals could win their next three games and be right back in the thick of things. Do we expect that, though? No. But it is possible.
25 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-3
▼ 12
The loss of the bye week this year due to Hurricane Irma is already starting to hurt the Bucs, perhaps. The schedule ahead isn’t kind, either.
26 Los Angeles Chargers Los Angeles Chargers 2-4
▲ 2
Stop the presses! The Chargers have won two straight by less-than-a-TD margins. How did that happen?!
27 Oakland Raiders Oakland Raiders 2-4
▼ 3
The offensive funk that is now the prime reason for a four-game losing streak doesn’t figure to get any better this weekend with Kansas City coming to the Coliseum.
28 Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts 2-4
▼ 1
If the Colts don’t win their next two games, against Jacksonville at home and at Cincinnati, they can start making plans for 2018.
29 Chicago Bears Chicago Bears 2-4
Congrats to QB Mitchell Trubisky for winning his first NFL game on Sunday. He may not win another one until December, however.
30 New York Giants New York Giants 1-5
▲ 2
Those are the Giants we expected to see this season. Can New York do it again this weekend against the Seahawks? Doubtful.
31 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers 0-6
▼ 1
Five straight losses by a combined 13 points is painful. But the 49ers are evolving in a good way. Give it time, S.F. Faithful.
32 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns 0-6
▼ 1
The Browns still are looking like they may not win a game until December, if then. How is that even possible? Organizational malaise?

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