1. Ravens (6-2)
Wanna beat Tom Brady? Hold the ball for 37 minutes and score four offensive TDs.
2. Patriots (8-1)
Yawn. On to Philadelphia in two weeks.
3. 49ers (8-0)
Good teams survive a close-call wobble like the one in Arizona.
4. Saints (7-1)
The NFC has nine teams with a winning record. Any one of them could win the conference.
5. Chiefs (6-3)
Want to feel better about yourself? Beat one of the better NFC teams while missing six starters, including the reigning MVP.
6. Seahawks (7-2)
In nine games this season, Russell Wilson has four game-winning drives. MVP?
7. Eagles (5-4)
Granted, it was Mitch and the Bad Loss Bears, but Philly didn’t allow a first down until 43 seconds were left in the first half.
8. Bills (6-2)
At 19.3 points per game, the Bills are the lowest-scoring team with a winning record.
9. Texans (6-3)
No Laremy Tunsil? No J.J. Watt? No problem. Just run for 216 yards.
10. Chargers (4-5)
Changing the offensive coordinator worked. So did a Joey Bosa-led defense. Packers that held to 60 yards through three quarters.
11. Packers (7-2)
They converted just two of 10 third downs, posted 184 yards and scored 11 points in a friendly road venue.
12. Vikings (6-3)
Wanna feel like one got away? Lose to a team missing six starters, including the reigning MVP.
13. Rams (5-3)
Sunday’s game in Pittsburgh not looking like the layup it did a few weeks back.
14. Steelers (4-4)
Minkah Fitzpatrick trade keeps looking better after 96-yard pick-six jump-starts comeback win over Colts.
15. Cowboys (5-3)
They started the season with three wins. Then they lost three straight. Then they won two straight. Next up: Vikings at home.
16. Panthers (5-3)
Christian McCaffrey with another three touchdowns and 166 yards from scrimmage. MVP non-QB sleeper?
17. Colts (5-3)
Quite the tumble from top five as Adam Vinatieri misses another kick and Jacoby Brissett injures knee.
18. Raiders (4-4)
Welcome home. Raiders beat Lions while playing an actual game in Oakland for the first time since Week 2.
19. Lions (3-4-1)
Matthew Stafford throws for 406 yards and three TDs, but turns the ball over twice in first four possessions at Oakland.
20. Jaguars (4-5)
London’s last look at Minshew Mania!? Three fourth-quarter turnovers in an ugly L.
21. Cardinals (3-5-1)
Kyler Murray posts 130.7 passer rating as comeback falls just short in loss to unbeaten 49ers.
22. Titans (4-5)
Five first downs, two missed field-goal attempts and six penalties in a scoreless first half at Carolina.
23. Bears (3-5)
Trubisky completes 10 passes. The other 11 tries, not so much.
24. Broncos (3-6)
If there’s one thing John Elway can count on, it’s beating the Browns.
25. Buccaneers (2-6)
They’ve had five one-score losses. Four of them on the road.
26. Browns (2-6)
Starting to think the preseason darlings will go a 54th straight year without a Super Bowl appearance.
27. Dolphins (1-7)
FitzMagic ruins Tankers winless season by becoming first Dolphin to throw three first-half TDs since Dan Marino in ’86.
28. Giants (2-7)
Danny Dimes is a weapon for both the Giants and whoever is playing the Giants.
29. Redskins (1-8)
Adrian Peterson, who rushed for 108 yards in another loss, needs to average 72.7 yards over final seven games to reach 1,000.
30. Falcons (1-7)
Next two games at Saints, at Panthers. Can you say 1-9?
31. Bengals (0-8)
0-16 won’t be easy, Bengals fans. Not with four upcoming games against the Browns (twice), Jets and Dolphins.
32. Jets (1-7)
J-E-T-S! Yuck, yuck, yuck.