Biggest jump: Steelers, 16 to 7

Biggest fall: Cowboys, 4 to 14

1. Saints, 12-2 (Last week: 3)

Sometimes, it’s the ugliest win that shows a team’s true beauty.

2. Chargers, 11-3 (8)

Trying not to be the NFL’s first 13-3 fifth seed.

3. Chiefs, 11-3 (1)

Win two and the AFC goes through Kansas City.

4. Bears, 10-4 (5)

Twenty-six picks more than past three years combined.

5. Rams, 11-3 (3)

Goff’s passer ratings the past two weeks: 19.1, 66.8.

6. Colts, 8-6 (9)

Shutout moves Colts’ scoring ‘D’ into top 10 (21.4).

7. Steelers, 8-5-1 (16)

Look who woke up in time to drop Pats to third seed.

8. Patriots, 9-5 (6)

The last time they didn’t have a first-round bye: 2009.

9. Texans, 10-4 (10)

Must play Foles in Philly before Jags in Jacksonville.

10. Ravens, 8-6 (11)

Jackson’s five starts: 4-1. Flacco’s past five: 1-4.

11. Seahawks, 8-6 (7)

Beat 49ers by 27. Lose to them in OT 14 days later.

12. Titans, 8-6 (13)

December gifts: Jets, Jags, Giants. Thank you, Santa.

13. Vikings, 7-6-1 (14)

Dear, Kevin. Did you get the Dolphins I sent you? Love, Santa.

14. Cowboys, 8-6 (4)

Dear, Jerry. Did you get the Coalts I sent you? Love, Santa.

15. Eagles, 7-7 (17)

Wentz’s past 11 starts: 5-6. Foles’ past 11: 8-3.

16. Browns, 6-7-1 (19)

Hue’s win total in 40 games: 3. Gregg Williams’ in 6: 4.

17. Redskins, 7-7 (23)

Unfortunately, they’re done playing Cody Kessler.

18. Dolphins, 7-7 (12)

They say miracles tend to last about six days.

19. Bills, 5-9 (26)

Ran for 117 yards vs. Lions after weeks of 198, 176.

20. Broncos, 6-8 (15)

Are the Broncos going to settle for Case again in ’19?

21. Giants, 5-9 (18)

Sunday’s score: Stefanski 41, Shurmur Doughnut.

22. Buccaneers, 5-9 (20)

Winston’s completions Sunday: 13. Incompletions: 12.

23. Packers, 5-8-1 (22)

Rodgers’ rating Sunday: 68.9. Trubisky’s: 120.4.

24. 49ers, 4-10 (29)

Take a bow, Richard Sherman. You’re 4-10.

25. Lions, 5-9 (21)

Upon further review, Jim Caldwell wasn’t so bad.

26. Falcons, 5-9 (32)

For one week, they partied like it was 2016.

27. Bengals, 6-8 (31)

Need two wins to avoid third straight losing season.

28. Jaguars, 4-10 (24)

Kessler’s career record 1-10. But still better than Blake?

29. Panthers, 6-8 (28)

Forty-five days ago, this team was 6-2.

30. Jets, 4-10 (25)

Why coaches on hot seats hate starting rookie QBs.

31. Raiders, 3-11 (27)

They have as many wins as ’19 first-round picks.

32. Cardinals, 3-11 (30)

Josh Rosen maintains his one pick-six lead (4-3) over Kirk Cousins.