1. New England - Moves into the top spot, but could lose this week at Buffalo
2. Green Bay - Packers, like the Patriots, have to be concerned with their pass defense
3. New York Jets - Face a tough test this weekend at Oakland
4. New Orleans - Drew Brees is playing excellent football
5. Houston - Head to New Orleans for a big showdown
6. Baltimore - Stumbled in Nashville
7. Steelers - Rebounded with a strong effort against Seattle
8. San Diego - A Norv Turner-type loss in New England last week
9. Atlanta - Rally to beat the Eagles
10. Philadelphia - Vick has four fumbles in two games. That's an issue.
23. San Francisco - Alex Smith is barely averaging 150 yards passing per game
24. Denver - Remember when the Broncos were relevant?
25. Cleveland - Big win over Indianapolis?
26. Cincinnati - At least the Bengals haven't gotten smoked yet - pun intended
27. Jacksonville - Blaine Gabbert takes over at QB. Ick
28. Minnesota - Donovan McNabb faded fast
29. Carolina - I don't care how many yards Cam Newton is throwing for. They're still losing
30. Indianapolis - Peyton Manning may win the MVP award without playing a game
31. Seattle - Averaging less than 50 yards rushing per game
32. Kansas City - Ten points in two games
Who I like this week
Remember when the schedule came out and you wrote this game off as a loss?
Those days are long gone. The Steelers will control the game with Rashard Mendenhall and Isaac Redman and slow the Colts pass rush.
The Colts have some offensive weapons, but the Steelers will get after Kerry Collins.
William Gay will start again in place of Bryant McFadden, while Brett Keisel is also out.
Chris Kemoeatu will be back.
Take Pittsburgh, 31-16