1. Eagles (8-1, last week No. 1): After the bye, they've got four solid tests.
2. Ravens (7-2, No. 4): The most balanced team in the AFC, if not the entire NFL, is ready for a Super Bowl run.
3. Jaguars (6-2, No. 2): Beat the 49ers this weekend, and they are the real deal.
4. Chiefs (7-2, No. 5): The defense is saving the offense, on a regular basis.
5. 49ers (5-3, No. 6): That losing streak needs to end this weekend.
6. Dolphins (6-3, No. 3): They'll have several more chances this year to finally beat a good team.
7. Lions (6-2, No. 8): The run for the top seed starts now.
8. Bengals (5-3, No. 11): They might not lose another one.
9. Cowboys (5-3, No. 7): Four very winnable games are on deck.
11. Steelers (5-3, No. 13): All they do is find a way to win.
12. Bills (5-4, No. 10): They need to get things figured out, or the playoffs won't happen this year.
13. Browns (5-3, No. 14): Beat Baltimore on Sunday, and this team could be ready to make a run.
14. Vikings (5-4, No. 16): Is Josh Dobbs the future? For now, he's the present.
15. Chargers (4-4, No. 21): The defense could be the key to a potential playoff run.
16. Texans (4-4, No. 17): They're finally learning how to win.
17. Saints (5-4, No. 19): Taysom Hill keeps earning more touches.
18. Falcons (4-5, No. 15): The defense let them down in the clutch against the Vikings.
19. Jets (4-4, No. 12): Will Aaron Rodgers make much of a difference if they can't block for him?
20. Colts (4-5, No. 20): They'll relish a chance to stick the fork deeper into the Patriots.
21. Buccaneers (3-5, No. 18): The wheels are coming off.
23. Broncos (3-5, No. 23): Beat the Bills, and maybe they can make a playoff push.
24. Commanders (4-5, No. 25): Just when it seemed like they were giving up, they got their act together.
25. Raiders (4-5, No. 26): Ding dong the witch is dead.
26. Packers (3-5, No. 27): The win over the Rams felt like a loss.
27. Rams (3-6, No. 24): When all else fails, polish the Super Bowl LVI trophy.
28. Bears (2-7, No. 28): A periodic win won't be enough to stave off major changes.
29. Giants (2-7, No. 29): Tommy DeVito doesn't deserve this.
30. Panthers (1-7, No. 30): One step forward, one big step backward.
31. Patriots (2-7, No. 31): Which way to the Patriot Way?
32. Cardinals (1-8, No. 32): They averaged less than one yard per minute of game time.