16. San Diego Chargers (13)
Or in other words, more than half the league isn’t good.
15. Arizona Cardinals (24)
It’s hard to tell who’s the flimsiest 3-2. I’ll give them some edge over the Jets.
14. Chicago Bears (9)
Well…they don’t have to give the first three wins back or anything.
13. Miami Dolphins (10)
There’s a lot to like there still.
12. Cleveland Browns (19)
Can we get Elias on the case of how quickly a team has moved up how far in the rankings?
11. Detroit Lions (7)
BREAKING: They’re better with Calvin Johnson.
10. Baltimore Ravens (14)
If Terrell Suggs gets three sacks in every game, that will help. Analysis.
9. Green Bay Packers (12)
So sorry to hear there will be no Clay Matthews.
8. Cincinnati Bengals (15)
But they still have Andy Dalton as their quarterback.
7. San Francisco 49ers (8)
Everything is back to normal? Ish?
6. New England Patriots (4)
The number is .5. Over/under how many more games this season Tom Brady doesn’t throw a TD.
5. Seattle Seahawks (3)
You would think they’d benefit from playing at 1pm their time this week.
4. Kansas City Chiefs (6)
But right now, with a gun to your head-name a player on their offense besides Jamaal Charles, Alex Smith, Dwayne Bowe or Donnie Avery.
3. Indianapolis Colts (5)
Biggest threat to the Broncos in the AFC?
2. New Orleans Saints (2)
Could have the NFC South clinched by Thanksgiving.
1. Denver Broncos (1)
They could score 100 if they wanted Saturday.
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