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Rank   Team Record   Change   Comment
1 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles 9-1
The NFL has never had a Keystone State Super Bowl. Maybe this is the year. The Eagles really are a well-built team playing well as a team. Credit head coach Doug Pederson.
2 Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers 8-2
▲ 4
At age 35 now, Big Ben is merely mortal with an 87.8 QB rating. But the defense is strong, allowing the second-fewest points and the fourth-fewest yards this season.
3 New England Patriots New England Patriots 8-2
The defense is still last in yards allowed, but with a plus-eight turnover margin, the Patriots are doing just fine, thanks. Tom Brady has thrown just two interceptions this year.
4 New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints 8-2
The Saints gained a season-high 535 yards in Sunday’s overtime win over Washington. In his seventh NFL season, 2010 Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram reached 5,000 career rushing yards.
5 Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings 8-2
A dominant win over the Rams leaves the Vikings with a QB controversy, but WR Adam Thielen needs just 84 more receiving yards to reach 1,000 for the year.
6 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams 7-3
▼ 4
With just 37 points scored combined in three losses, L.A. hosts New Orleans next with top WR Robert Woods, who may be out for awhile with an injured shoulder.
7 Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers 7-3
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Cam Newton is on pace for almost 700 rushing yards, which would be his highest total since the 2012 season. Is that a good thing or a bad thing for the Panthers offense?
8 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars 6-4
▲ 2
The NFL’s No. 1 defense forced five turnovers against Cleveland on Sunday and held the Browns to just 184 total yards. Can you name one starter on this defense?
9 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs 6-4
▼ 2
Remember when the Chiefs were 5-0? Well, they just laid the egg of the season so far, losing in overtime on the road to the New York Giants while scoring just nine points.
10 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons 6-4
▲ 2
The Falcons are tenth in yards gained and tenth in yards allowed. This makes sense. Beating Seattle on the road while gaining just 279 yards was impressive.
11 Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks 6-4
▼ 3
Without Kam Chancellor and Richard Sherman on the field, the Seattle defense is a shell of its former self. The Seahawks may have just two winnable games left this year.
12 Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans 6-4
▼ 1
The not-yet-ready-for-prime-time Titans received an interesting lesson from the Steelers last Thursday. What they learn from it over the next four games, all against “bad” teams, will tell us how far Tennessee goes in January.
13 Detroit Lions Detroit Lions 6-4
▲ 1
The Lions quietly have won three straight games to move closer to a wild-card spot in the NFC. Ten wins is distinct possibility for Detroit.
14 Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens 5-5
▲ 6
The Ravens have notched three shutouts this season now, and Week 3 was the only game where Baltimore’s defense didn’t force a turnover. If only the team’s offense could keep up!
15 Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys 5-5
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Ezekiel Elliott is only averaging 4.1 yards per carry this year, but his absence from the lineup the last two games has made the entire Dallas offense look rather mortal.
16 Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers 5-5
▼ 1
In a 23-0 loss to Baltimore on Sunday, the Packers committed five turnovers. Yes, Green Bay misses Aaron Rodgers. A lot.
17 Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills 5-5
▼ 1
The Bills have lost three in a row and now look like a train wreck. The offense had seven turnovers all season coming into Sunday’s game, and then it coughed it up six times against the Chargers.
18 Washington Redskins Washington Redskins 4-6
▼ 1
The ‘Skins have given up the second-most points in the league this season. That could have something to do with the fact Washington has a losing record.
19 Houston Texans Houston Texans 4-6
▲ 3
They snapped a three-game losing streak with a win at home over the Cardinals, but all the Texans have to look forward to now is a high draft pick next spring.
20 Los Angeles Chargers Los Angeles Chargers 4-6
▲ 3
The Chargers doubled their season-high scoring mark on Sunday in Buffalo. Can they win five of their last six and sneak into the AFC playoffs?
21 Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals 4-6
▼ 3
Starting its third QB of the season—the immortal Blaine Gabbert—the Cards lost again. The team is playing for 2018 already.
22 Oakland Raiders Oakland Raiders 4-6
▼ 3
One of the many reasons the Raiders are so bad this year is the turnover margin (minus-nine). QB Derek Carr has thrown two more picks (eight) already this year than he did all of last season (six).
23 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4-6
▲ 5
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is 35 years old, but he’s 2-0 as a starter this season. His career record is now 48-69-1 as an NFL starter.
24 Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals 4-6
The Bengals gained just 190 yards of total offense on Sunday, but they still beat the Broncos, 20-17. That says more about Denver than it does about Cincinnati.
25 Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins 4-6
▼ 4
Four straight losses for the Dolphins will soon become five straight as Miami travels to New England next Sunday.
26 New York Jets New York Jets 4-6
The bye week done now, the Jets get to host the Panthers and the Chiefs the next two Sundays. They also still have road games in New Orleans and New England ahead.
27 Denver Broncos Denver Broncos 3-7
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How is this for a statistical disconnect? The Broncos are third in yards allowed this season but 27th in points allowed. Draw your own conclusions.
28 Chicago Bears Chicago Bears 3-7
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Chicago gained a season-high 398 yards against the Lions on Sunday and lost. Heat up those “Jim Harbaugh to the Bears!” rumors in the Midwest right now.
29 Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts 3-7
WR T.Y. Hilton has just 36 receptions this year, but he’s gained 20.1 yards per catch. Imagine where Indy would be without Hilton in 2017.
30 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers 1-9
There’s still no official word on whether or not the 49ers will start QB Jimmy Garoppolo coming off their bye week. But it’s a home game Sunday against the wounded Seahawks. Why not?
31 New York Giants New York Giants 2-8
The fluke win over the Chiefs withstanding, the Giants have one of the worst scoring offenses in the league, which explains how they can win a game with just 12 points.
32 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns 0-10
Which college QB should the Browns pick with the overall No. 1 draft pick next spring? That is the only real question for the team now.


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