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Kansas City: The Chiefs have surpassed their win total from last year and look like they have one of the league’s best defenses. Maybe the AFC West isn’t so bad after all.

Miami: Good — the Dolphins are 2-0. Better — both wins came on the road. They’re the only undefeated team in the NFL with all road wins.

San Diego: Chargers were thought for dead by some coming into this season, but Philip Rivers has thrown seven TDs and one INT.

Pittsburgh: Could it be that the Steelers are just downright bad this year? It’s looking that way.

Cleveland: Well, the Browns are throwing in the towel this year. By trading RB Trent Richardson to Indian­apolis, Cleveland has pretty much quit trying.

No. (LW) Team
1 (1) Seattle Seahawks
2 (2) Denver Broncos
3 (3) San Francisco 49ers
4 (4) Houston Texans
5 (5) New England Patriots
6 (6) Chicago Bears
7 (8) Green Bay Packers
8 (22) Kansas City Chiefs
9 (9) New Orleans Saints
10 (13) Atlanta Falcons
11 (12) Cincinnati Bengals
12 (21) Miami Dolphins
13 (11) Indianapolis Colts
14 (16) Baltimore Ravens
15 (7) Dallas Cowboys
16 (28) San Diego Chargers
17 (18) St. Louis Rams
18 (19) Tennessee Titans
19 (26) Arizona Cardinals
20 (17) Detroit Lions
21 (10) Philadelphia Eagles
22 (15) New York Giants
23 (27) Buffalo Bills
24 (23) New York Jets
25 (25) Minnesota Vikings
26 (14) Washington Redskins
27 (24) Pittsburgh Steelers
28 (20) Carolina Panthers
29 (29) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
30 (30) Oakland Raiders
31 (31) Cleveland Browns
32 (32) Jacksonville Jaguars

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