1. Houston Texans: Tough game for Joseph, Johnson, but escape to remain undefeated.
2. Atlanta Falcons: Ageless wonder Tony Gonzalez leads team with 39 catches.
3. San Francisco 49ers: Alex Smith — not Young, Montana — leads franchise-record day.
4. Baltimore Ravens: Old-school win: Offense does little, “D” forces four turnovers.
5. New England Patriots: NFL’s top offense balances up-tempo with power run game.
6. Chicago Bears: Defense is rolling; offense could use bye week to help reach its potential.
7. New York Giants: Bradshaw breaks out with 200 rushing yards in comeback win.
8. Minnesota Vikings: Harvin on pace for career year; to think he wanted to be traded.
9. Arizona Cardinals: Rams exposed O-line, now run game down to third-stringers.
10. Philadelphia Eagles: Vick, Philly fumble away another game with costly turnovers.
11. Pittsburgh Steelers: Good sign to see Mendenhall back and effective (14-81-1 rushing).
12. San Diego Chargers: Combined record of three teams they beat? 3-11.
13. Green Bay Packers: Not hard to pinpoint problems: Pack ranks 21st in total offense.
14. Seattle Seahawks: Is Bruce Irvin this year’s Aldon Smith? Two sacks on 20 snaps.
15. Denver Broncos: Another big game by Peyton wasted by too big of an early deficit.
16. Cincinnati Bengals: Bernard Scott looked explosive before ACL injury.
17. Dallas Cowboys: Ravens defense not a good recipe for bounce-back game for Romo.
18. St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford made the best of his seven completions with two TDs.
19. Miami Dolphins: Tannehill had his best completion percentage, passer rating in win.
20. Washington Redskins: RG3 gets the hype, but Alfred Morris third in NFL in rushing.
21. Detroit Lions: Megatron has one TD through four games. Had eight in first four in ’10.
22. New York Jets: Pulled out all the stops vs. Houston, but came up short in spirited effort.
23. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: New-look “D” should be salivating for turnover-prone Chiefs.
24. New Orleans Saints: Bright spot outside Brees: pass rush came through in the clutch.
25. Indianapolis Colts: They were America’s Team with Sunday’s emotional, upset win.
26. Buffalo Bills: Bad to worse for Buffalo after allowing 621 yards of offense.
27. Carolina Panthers: Rivera doesn’t want Newton pressing, but pressure is on QB.
28. Kansas City Chiefs: Last in league by a wide margin with a minus-15 turnover margin.
29. Oakland Raiders: Good bye-week news to get WR Darrius Heyward-Bey back.
30. Tennessee Titans: Offense sorely in need of a spark, and pass rush still a nonfactor.
31. Jacksonville Jaguars: Offense is still bad, but defense has taken a big step back.
32. Cleveland Browns: Fans can take solace in big plays by rookies Weeden, Gordon, T-Rich.