1) Pittsburgh (8-1)
Last Week: 1st, Defeated Cleveland 24-10
Seven straight wins is team's longest streak since 1978.
2) New England (8-1)
Last week: 2nd, Defeated Buffalo 29-6
Pats beat up on Bills in a game not even as close as the score indicates.
3) Philadelphia (8-1)
Last Week: 3rd, Defeated Dallas 49-21
Funny promo with Terrell Owens to start last night's MNF. And for all you prudes, it was FUNNY! Lighten up!
4) Indianapolis (6-3)
Last Week: 5th, Defeated Houston 49-14
Peyton Manning has 31 TD passes this season and is on pace to have 55!
5) San Diego (6-3)
Last Week: 4th, Bye
Second half of season begins with games against Raiders, Chiefs, and Broncos.
6) Denver (6-3)
Last week: 6th, Bye
Broncos hoping the bye week did safety John Lynch and defensive end Trevor Pryce some good.
7) Baltimore (6-3)
Last Week: 7th, Defeated NY Jets 20-17 in OT
Is there a better safety in football than Ed Reed?
8) Atlanta (7-2)
Last Week: 9th, Defeated Tampa Bay 24-14
Are these guys as good as their record indicates?
9) Jacksonville (6-3)
Last Week: 11th, Defeated Detroit 23-17
I guess great comebacks victories are contagious among the Jaguar quarterbacks.
10) Green Bay (5-4)
Last Week: 13th, Defeated Minnesota 34-31
Never, never, never underestimate the powers of Brett Favre.
11) St. Louis (5-4)
Last Week: 12th, Defeated Seattle 23-12
Rams hold Seahawks to four measly FGs.
12) Minnesota (5-4)
Last Week: 8th, Lost to Green Bay 34-31
A valiant comeback by the Vikings is for naught as their defense fails them once again.
13) NY Jets (6-3)
Last Week: 10th, Lost to Baltimore 20-17 in OT
I love Herm Edwards, but he really blew it not taking over late when Quincy Carter looked lost at the end of regulation.
14) NY Giants (5-4)
Last Week: 14th, Lost to Arizona 17-14
Giants offensive line looking like last year's and that ain't good folks.
15) Seattle (5-4)
Last Week: 15th, Lost to St. Louis 23-12
16) Tampa Bay (3-6)
Last Week: 16th, Lost to Atlanta 24-14
Once vaunted defense giving up too many points early and blowing too many assignments.
17) Kansas City (3-6)
Last week: 17th, Lost to New Orleans 27-20
Tons of yards for the Chiefs offense, but five penalties and four turnovers do them in.
18) Houston (4-5)
Last Week: 18th, Lost to Indianapolis 49-14
I guess Texans coming out party was a bit premature.
19) Cincinnati (4-5)
Last Week: 23rd, Defeated Washington 17-10
Bengals win first road game and have their first winning streak.
20) Chicago (4-5)
Last Week: 26th, Defeated Tennessee 19-17 in OT
Alex Brown ends OT with a safety for only the second time in NFL history.
21) Arizona (4-5)
Last Week: 25th, Defeated NY Giants 17-14
Emmitt Smith becomes the first player in NFL history to amass more than 18,000 rushing yards.
22) Detroit (4-5)
Last Week: 22nd, Lost to Jacksonville 23-17
Loss or not, a game ball has got to go to Eddie Drummond.
23) Tennessee (3-6)
Last Week: 20th, Lost to Chicago 19-17 in OT
''One foot's definitely on the banana peel,'' tackle Fred Miller said, ''and the other one's in the grave.''
24) Cleveland (3-6)
Last Week: 19th, Lost to Pittsburgh
The pre-game punch to William Green's face pretty much exemplified the day for the Browns.
25) New Orleans (4-5)
Last Week: 29th, Defeated Kansas City 27-20
Saints don't look good during game except when it counted the most.
26) Buffalo (3-6)
Last Week: 21st, Lost to New England 29-6
Drew Bledsoe was picked off by a WR playing DB (Troy Brown) and was benched in favor of a QB recovering from a broken leg (J.P. Losman).
27) Washington (3-6)
Last Week: 24th, Lost to Cincinnati 17-10
This team was actually ranked #1 on defense. Who knew?
28) Dallas (3-6)
Last week: 28th, Lost to Philadelphia 49-21
Bill Parcells should get a pass for this season, but will he?
29) Carolina (2-7)
Last week: 30th, Defeated San Francisco 37-27
Panthers lose Dan Morgan and John Kasey but still manage to rally from 17 points down.
30) Oakland (3-6)
Last Week: 27th, Bye
Just what is next for this fading franchise?
31) Miami (1-8)
Last Week: 31st, Bye
Owner Wayne Huizenga better decide on what he wants to do with his team and quickly.
32) San Francisco (1-8)
Last Week: 32nd, Lost to Carolina 37-27
49ers give up 34 points in second half against 30th ranked offense.
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