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Rank   Team Record   Change   Comment
1 Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings 5-0
Minnesota has three very winnable games upcoming against the Eagles, Bears and Lions. An undefeated season isn’t happening, but 8-0 is a legitimate possibility.
2 New England Patriots New England Patriots 5-1
Tom Brady is angry, and Rob Gronkowski is finally healthy. Good luck, AFC.
3 Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks 4-1
▲ 3
Richard Sherman got away with one, but Russell Wilson was unflappable. Christine Michael’s two touchdowns didn’t hurt, either.
4 Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys 5-1
▲ 3
I don’t want to hear about Tony Romo anymore. Dak Prescott should start. It’s not even a question.
5 Denver Broncos Denver Broncos 4-2
▼ 2
That’s two straight losses in which the Denver offense has been non-existent. Can Devontae Booker get more touches?
6 Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers 3-2
▼ 2
That was easily one of the worst games of Aaron Rodgers’ career. if he doesn’t light up the Bears on Thursday, Packers fans need to start worrying – that is, if they aren’t already.
7 Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers 4-2
▼ 2
Big Ben’s torn meniscus is somewhere between unfortunate and catastrophic. If his season is over, so is Pittsburgh’s.
8 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons 4-2
A fifth straight win wasn’t in the cards, but make no mistake: the Falcons are legit.
9 Washington Redskins Washington Redskins 4-2
▲ 2
Matt Jones is averaging 109.7 total yards over his last three games. Washington has won four straight.
10 Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills 4-2
▲ 2
Four straight wins. LeSean McCoy is having a special season.
11 Oakland Raiders Oakland Raiders 4-2
▼ 2
This offense is too good to be shut out after halftime, but at least Amari Cooper is finally heating up.
12 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs 3-2
▲ 2
Spencer Ware and Jamaal Charles could be the best one-two running back punch in the AFC.
13 Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals 3-3
▲ 2
David Johnson has 323 yards and five touchdowns in his last two games.
14 Houston Texans Houston Texans 4-2
▲ 3
That was easily Lamar Miller’s best game as a Texan. Houston is 4-0 at home.
15 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles 3-2
▼ 5
So apparently Carson Wentz isn’t Peyton Manning just yet.
16 Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans 3-3
▲ 4
Marcus Mariota needed to play better, and so far, he has. That’s seven touchdowns (six rush, one receiving) in two games – both wins.
17 Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens 3-3
▼ 4
Baltimore has lost three straight games by a combined 11 points. What is this, 2015?
18 New York Giants New York Giants 3-3
▲ 6
Big day and clutch play for Odell, but he knows the rules. Keep the helmet on, bud.
19 Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals 2-4
▼ 3
Same old story. The Bengals can’t score against elite teams.
20 New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints 2-3
▲ 2
Where would this team be without Drew Brees?
21 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams 3-3
▼ 3
Where’s the defense? The Rams have allowed 30-32 points in three of their last four games.
22 Detroit Lions Detroit Lions 3-3
▲ 3
The Lions are 3-0 when Matthew Stafford doesn’t throw an interception and 0-3 when he does.
23 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars 2-3
▼ 2
The Jags had two weeks to prepare for the Bears – the Bears! – and didn’t score until the fourth quarter. Think about that.
24 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-3
▲ 2
The Bucs are coming off a bye and facing the hapless Niners. This is a must-win game.
25 Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins 2-4
▲ 3
Hats off to Jay Ajayi, who obliterated the Steelers to the tune of 204 yards and two touchdowns. More of that would be good for Miami.
26 Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts 2-4
▼ 3
The Colts blew a 14-point lead with less than three minutes to play. That hasn’t happened to any NFL team since 2011. The team? Miami. The opposing quarterback? Tim Tebow.
27 San Diego Chargers San Diego Chargers 2-4
▲ 3
With a touchdown in three straight games, Hunter Henry is quickly becoming Philip Rivers’ most reliable target.
28 Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers 1-5
▼ 9
The season is officially over, and Cam Newton still needs to grow up.
29 New York Jets New York Jets 1-5
▼ 2
The Jets were never in that one.
30 Chicago Bears Chicago Bears 1-5
▼ 1
Of course the Bears coughed up a double-digit fourth-quarter lead. Of course they did.
31 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers 1-5
The 49ers have lost five straight games. Even worse, they’ve allowed 33+ points four times and 45+ points twice. That’s abysmal.
32 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns 0-6
Cleveland rushed just 15 times for 40 yards (2.7 yards per carry) against Tennessee. That’s not enough.

Tony Meale is the author of The Chosen Ones: The Team That Beat LeBron. He lives in Chicago and won’t be mad if you follow him on Twitter @TonyMeale.

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