And on another note, all those Pacers, especially Ron Artest, got exactly what they deserved.
1) Pittsburgh (9-1)
Last Week: 1st, Defeated Cincinnati 19-14
Steelers give up seven sacks, lose WR Plexico Burress
for most of the game, and still find a way to win.
2) New England (9-1)
Last week: 2nd, Defeated Kansas City 27-19
Pats convert 8 of 12 on third down with Tom Brady
going 7 of 9 on those attempts.
3) Philadelphia (9-1)
Last Week: 3rd, Defeated Washington 28-6
A win next Sunday will clinch the NFC East for the
4) Indianapolis (7-3)
Last Week: 4th, Defeated Chicago 41-10
Edgerrin James and Peyton Manning put up monster
numbers in just three quarters of play.
5) San Diego (7-3)
Last Week: 5th, Defeated Oakland 23-17
It wasn't pretty, but a heady Drew Brees and a gutsy
LaDainian Tomlinson found a way to win like the
players on good teams will do.
6) Denver (7-3)
Last week: 6th, Defeated New Orleans 34-13
Broncos jump out to a 20-0 lead and never look back.
7) Baltimore (7-3)
Last Week: 7th, Defeated Dallas 30-10
Kyle Boller looks like a pretty good QB in the making.
8) Atlanta (8-2)
Last Week: 8th, Defeated NY Giants 14-10
Michael Vick has five career 100 yard rushing games.
9) Green Bay (6-4)
Last Week: 10th, Defeated Houston 16-13
Big game and even bigger 4th quarter for Brett Favre,
still the best gunslinger in the NFL.
10) Minnesota (6-4)
Last Week: 12th, Defeated Detroit 22-19
Luckily for the Vikings, the Lions couldn't make a
play when they needed to.
11) Jacksonville (6-4)
Last Week: 9th, Lost to Tennessee 18-15
Jags get a taste of their own medicine as they lose a
12) NY Jets (7-3)
Last Week: 13th, Defeated Cleveland 10-7
Sure they won, but is anyone in New York secure with
Quincy Carter quarterbacking this team?
13) St. Louis (5-5)
Last Week: 11th, Lost to Buffalo 37-17
The ups and downs of the Rams continue.
14) Seattle (6-4)
Last Week: 15th, Defeated Miami 24-17
Michael Boulware, take a bow. You may have just saved
the Seahawks season, for now anyway.
15) Tampa Bay (4-6)
Last Week: 16th, Defeated San Francisco 35-3
The Bucs hold the 49ers to 1.2 yards per play!
16) NY Giants (5-5)
Last Week: 14th, Lost to Atlanta 14-10
Eli Manning makes his debut, and I'm pretty sure that
after that, there are a few NY wackos calling him a
17) Tennessee (4-6)
Last Week: 23rd, Defeated Jacksonville 18-15
Steve McNair and Titans begin three game stretch
against AFC South with a big comeback.
18) Buffalo (4-6)
Last Week: 26th, Defeated St. Louis 37-17
Bills special teams break open a tight game late.
19) Houston (4-6)
Last Week: 18th, Lost to Green Bay 16-13
Texans stand tall against Green Bay in the first half,
but offense bogs down in the second.
20) Cincinnati (4-6)
Last Week: 19th, Lost to Pittsburgh 19-14
Bengals play tough defense all day especially in the
red zone, but ten penalties and Carson Palmer's 13th
interception of the year do them in.
21) Kansas City (3-7)
Last week: 17th, Lost to New England 27-19
Last season‚s magic has officially run out.
22) Detroit (4-6)
Last Week: 22nd, Lost to Minnesota 22-19
Eddie Drummond is this season's Dante Hall.
23) Chicago (4-6)
Last Week: 20th, Lost to Indianapolis 41-10
Lowest rated offense turns the ball over four times
and never is in the game.
24) Carolina (3-7)
Last week: 29th, Defeated Arizona 35-10
Kudos for John Fox for getting his team to respond
when they could've just fallen apart completely.
25) Arizona (4-6)
Last Week: 21st, Lost to Carolina 35-10
Dennis Green goes with Shaun King for a spark, and
gets nothing but a burnt bulb.
26) Cleveland (3-7)
Last Week: 24th, Lost to NY Jets 10-7
Browns squander opportunities to win thanks to missed
FGs and poor tackling.
27) New Orleans (4-6)
Last Week: 25th, Lost to Denver 34-13
Somebody tell Aaron Brooks that sometimes it's okay to
just eat the ball when you're getting sacked.
28) Washington (3-7)
Last Week: 27th, Lost to Philadelphia 28-6
Perhaps it was just too much to ask of Joe Gibbs to
turn this team around so quickly.
29) Dallas (3-7)
Last week: 28th, Lost to Baltimore 30-10
Perhaps there‚s a little hope in Dallas thanks to
Julius Jones and Drew Henson, just perhaps.
30) Oakland (3-7)
Last Week: 30th, Lost to San Diego 23-17
Dropped passes, dropped interceptions, the inability
to keep two feet inbounds, and penalties at the worst
time do in a bad team that was playing fairly well.
31) Miami (1-9)
Last Week: 31st, Lost to Seattle 24-17
Well, the Dolphins found yet another way to lose this
season. At least it's fairly interesting this time.
32) San Francisco (1-9)
Last Week: 32nd, Lost to Tampa Bay 35-3
The worst thing about the 49ers? It's still going to
get worse for them.
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