In our Week 7 NFL power rankings, the New York Jets have taken flight, while the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are seeing their ship take on water.
It’s time for the Panthers to have a full-blown fire sale.
The Texans have fought hard in every game. This week, the Raiders with both teams coming off the bye.
Chicago can’t score. It’s not good, considering you need to score point to win games.
Taylor Heinicke to the rescue? Seriously, he can’t be much worse than Carson Wentz.
The Lions can score points, but they can’t stop their opponents. Now, Dallas.
Pittsburgh has been really bad for the most part, but a huge win to keep hope alive against the Buccaneers.
The next four games? Buffalo, Tampa Bay, Cincinnati and Baltimore. Good night.
Russell Wilson is signed until he’s 40 years old. He’s currently 33.
The Cardinals extended Kliff Kingsbury this offseason, and now six games into the campaign, he’s talking about giving up play-calling. Yikes.
The Jaguars looked like a fun team after beating the Chargers in Week 3. Turns out, they aren’t fun.
If the Raiders are going to make a push towards the playoffs, it starts with this easy upcoming stretch.
The Saints have talent, but the quarterback position is a mess.
How the hell are the Colts above .500? Feels like a magic trick.
Bailey Zappe might turn Mac Jones into a less expensive Drew Bledsoe.
Geno Smith is a great story, the Seahawks are tied atop the NFC West, and Seattle found its defense in Week 6.
Atlanta is one of the best-coached teams in the league. Love the offensive creativity from Arthur Smith.
J-E-T-S. Time to give Gang Green some love. That was a dominant win over the Packers.
Tennessee is riding a three-game win streak out of its bye and looks like the best team in the AFC South.
The offensive line continues to lose starters, and now Cam Akers is on his way out.
The Dolphins need to get healthy in the worst way.
It’s not pretty — at all — but the Chargers are tied atop the AFC West.
Cincinnati found a way to win at New Orleans, and pulled into a first-place tie alongside Baltimore in the AFC North.
Tom Brady has to be wondering why he came back.
What the hell is going on? The Packers look lost on both sides of the ball.
San Francisco is loaded, but the Niners are so beat up. Tough to win like this.
Lamar Jackson needs to be better in the second half. It’s been a problem in a few games this year.
A rare moment where a team moves up three spots despite losing, but the Cowboys are getting Dak Prescott back and the rest of the league is mediocre.
New York football appears to be back. The Giants are fighting hard, they’re really well-coached, and the defense has been nails in big spots.
The Vikings leave plenty to be desired, but at 5-1 they deserve respect in a very middling league save for the next three teams.
Tough to move the Chiefs down for playing Buffalo to the wire with myriad defensive injuries. The Chiefs will be right there in late January.
Buffalo looks like the best team in football. Dominant on both sides of the ball.
Hard not to put Philadelphia atop the list. The Eagles are winning in a litany of ways. Most importantly, they just keep winning.