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1 New England Patriots New England Patriots 3-0
The Patriots are averaging 39.7 points per game, and Tom Brady is yet to throw an interception. That’s enough for the top spot.
2 Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers 3-0
Five touchdowns for Aaron Rodgers, who is the early season frontrunner for MVP. The Packers should be 6-0 when they stroll into Denver on Nov. 1.
3 Denver Broncos Denver Broncos 3-0
Peyton was surgical on the money plays, and the defense is allowing just 16.3 points per game – third-best in the NFL. Can Denver and New England just play the AFC Championship now?
4 Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals 3-0
In their last two games, the Cardinals have forced six turnovers, scored four touchdowns on defense or special teams, and outscored the opposition 95-30. That’s getting it done.
5 Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals 3-0
▲ 1
We saw Good Andy and Bad Andy in Baltimore. Luckily for the Bengals, we saw a lot more of Good Andy, who twice led the Bengals from behind in the fourth quarter. Impressive.
6 Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills 2-1
▲ 2
The Bills have to be ecstatic about the early returns from Tyrod Taylor. His QBR (95.3) against Miami on Sunday was the highest by a Bills quarterback since 2006.
7 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons 3-0
▲ 6
Julio Jones, with 25 catches over the last two games, is officially the most difficult cover in the NFL.
8 Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers 2-1
▲ 1
Big Ben is a big loss for the Steelers. Here’s hoping Roethlisberger misses four weeks, not six. Mr. Vick, the floor is yours.
9 Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys 2-1
▼ 4
The defense gave up 39 points, and the offense was held scoreless in the second half. Not a good combination.
10 Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks 1-2
▲ 1
Jimmy Graham and Jermaine Kearse had more receiving yards – 83 and 76, respectively – than Jimmy Clausen had passing yards (63). Dominant performance, as expected.
11 Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers 3-0
▲ 1
The wins have come against teams that are a combined 2-7, but undefeated is undefeated.
12 New York Jets New York Jets 2-1
▼ 5
It’s difficult for Ryan Fitzpatrick to be a game manager if the Jets are down 24-0. That’s when three interceptions happen.
13 Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings 2-1
▲ 1
Adrian Peterson has 318 total yards and two touchdowns in his last two games. Yeah, I’d say he’s back.
14 Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts 1-2
▲ 4
Indy’s 21-point fourth quarter saved the season. The fact that it was needed against Tennessee, however, is a bit disconcerting.
15 Oakland Raiders Oakland Raiders 2-1
▲ 7
The Raiders have won back-to-back games for the first time since 2012, notched their first Eastern time zone win since 2009 and are over .500 for the first time since 2011. Wows all around.
16 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles 1-2
▲ 7
Even at 32, Darren Sproles can be electric. Suddenly the Eagles are just one game back in the NFC East.
17 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs 1-2
▼ 7
A Chiefs wide receiver scored a touchdown. Let us rejoice.
18 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers 1-2
▼ 3
Colin Kaepernick reportedly put in a ton of work this offseason, but you couldn’t tell against the Cardinals. He made plays with his legs, but 67 passing yards and four interceptions aren’t going to cut it. San Fran has been outscored 90-25 in its last two games.
19 Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins 1-2
▼ 3
The Dolphins were 11th in the league in scoring last season (24.3). This season, they’re 27th (17.0).
20 San Diego Chargers San Diego Chargers 1-2
▼ 3
Melvin Gordon is averaging 14.7 carries per game. A first-round running back could probably use a few more.
21 St. Louis Rams St. Louis Rams 1-2
▼ 1
After scoring 34 points against Seattle, the Rams scored just 16 against Washington and Pittsburgh combined. Explain that one.
22 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns 1-2
▼ 1
Not an encouraging performance at home against Oakland, but hey, Cleveland had a chance to win. Given the quarterback situation, that’s all you can ask for.
23 New York Giants New York Giants 1-2
▲ 7
For the third straight game, the Giants had a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter. This time, they actually held it. Baby steps.
24 Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens 0-3
▼ 5
A play here, a play there. That’s three losses by an average of 4.7 points. Season over. Probably.
25 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars 1-2
▼ 1
Blake Bortles, meet Bill Belichick. That about sums up Sunday.
26 Houston Texans Houston Texans 1-2
▲ 3
Alfred Blue (31 carries, 139 yards and a touchdown) finally had a big game, and the Texans finally came away with a win. The unbeaten Falcons await.
27 Detroit Lions Detroit Lions 0-3
▼ 2
The Lions aren’t finishing halves, and they’re not finishing games. That’s why they’re 0-3. The Demaryius Thomas touchdown was the definition of inexcusable.
28 Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans 1-2
▼ 2
Marcus Mariota has tied the NFL record for most touchdowns passes (eight) through three games.
29 Washington Redskins Washington Redskins 1-2
▼ 2
If Kirk Cousins throws 49 times and Matt Jones and Alfred Morris combine to average 3.4 yards per carry, Washington isn’t winning.
30 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1-2
▼ 2
Jameis Winston has completed less than 50 percent of his passes and has thrown at least one interception in each of the Bucs’ two losses.
31 New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints 0-3
The Saints’ record out of the gate the last four seasons: 0-4, 5-0, 0-2, 0-3. At least fans know how to feel right from the start.
32 Chicago Bears Chicago Bears 0-3
Ten possessions, 10 punts. That’s the Bear Way. (Unless Jay Cutler is playing. Then it’s seven punts and three picks, but I digress).

Tony Meale is the author of The Chosen Ones: The Team That Beat LeBron. He lives in Chicago and won’t be mad if you follow him on Twitter @TonyMeale.