Manchester United won again over the weekend and stayed atop the B/R English Premier League Power Poll.
The rest of the rankings aren't quite as organized. As the Premier League race heats up, the teams are jockeying for position in the table and in our rankings.
Where did your team rank this week? Keep reading to find out.
For these rankings, the voters cast their ballots based on the "power rankings" style.
That means voters ranked each club based on which teams they thought were the best, keeping in mind recent results and the league table.
Seven B/R personalities voted in this week's poll. All the votes were counted on a points system. A first-place vote counted as 20 points, a second-place vote as 19 and so on.
Explanation of terms
Points: The total number of points the team received via our voters' rankings. A first-place vote counted as 20 points, a second-place vote as 19 and so on.
Last-place votes: The number of last-place votes the team received from our voters.
First-place votes: The number of first-place votes the team received from our voters.
Last time: The team's ranking in the previous poll. Click here for the previous rankings.
Table: The team's position in the English Premier League table, along with current points total. Click here for the full table.
Results: The team's results since our last rankings.
Fixtures: The team's upcoming matches.
Here is this week's complete poll.
Click through the slides for more information on every team.
1. Manchester United
2. Manchester City
5. West Brom
6. West Ham
12. (tie) Swansea
12. (tie) Stoke
16. Aston Villa
John Greely: B/R world football assistant editor. @johnwgreely
Adam Hirshfield: B/R deputy editor. @ahirshfield
Dan Levy: B/R national lead writer. @DanLevyThinks
Brad Read: B/R world football newsletter. @ReadBrad
Sean Swaby: B/R featured columnist coordinator. @seanswaby
Will Tidey: B/R world football lead writer and editor. @willtidey
Michael Cummings: B/R world football lead writer and poll organizer. @MikeCummings37
Last time: 19
Last-place votes: 7
Table: 20th, 4 points
Results: Lost 1-0 at Stoke
Fixtures: Home to Southampton, Saturday
The look on manager Mark Hughes' face says it all. Eleven matches into the season, QPR’s new-look, high-priced roster still hasn’t produced a single victory.
Rangers’ highest position in the table was 17th after a draw with Norwich. The date was Aug. 25.
Dan: We're all just waiting for the midseason run where they beat four contenders and move up to 12th, right? That is going to happen, isn't it?
Sean: At least with Joey Barton they were an interesting bad team in a train wreck-like way. Now they're just a bad team.
Last time: 20
Table: 19th, 5 points
Results: Drew 1-1 home to Swansea
Fixtures: At QPR, Saturday
Southampton moved into 19th place with last weekend’s draw with Swansea.
Next up, the epic relegation-zone showdown with QPR. Should be a doozy.
Last time: 18
Table: 18th, 6 points
Results: Drew 0-0 home to Norwich
Fixtures: Home to Everton, Saturday
There's not a lot to say about Reading right now.
The Royals have drawn three straight matches and remain winless on the season. Noel Hunt and Hal Robson-Kanu are the team's top scorers with two goals each.
Last time: 16
Table: 16th, 9 points
Results: Lost 2-1 at Everton
Fixtures: At Fulham, Sunday
Sunderland have lost three of their last five matches and have just one win on the season.
On the bright side, Steven Fletcher still ranks seventh in the league with five goals.
Last time: 15
Table: 17th, 9 points
Results: Lost 3-2 home to Man United
Fixtures: At Man City, Saturday
Non-fun fact: After losing at home to Manchester United last weekend, Aston Villa must travel to champions Manchester City this weekend.
To balance that out, a fun fact: On Sept. 15, Villa moved up to 11th after winning 2-0 at home to Swansea.
Last time: 14
Table: 15th, 11 points
Results: Drew 0-0 at Reading
Fixtures: Home to Man United, Saturday
Norwich are undefeated in their last four matches, during which time the Canaries have collected eight points.
Last time: 12
Table: 14th, 11 points
Results: Lost 2-1 home to West Brom
Fixtures: At Liverpool, Saturday
Arouna Kone has scored four goals from 11 shots on goal. Franco Di Santo has scored three from eight.
Last time: 17
Table: 12th, 12 points
Results: Won 1-0 home to QPR
Fixtures: At West Ham, Monday
Striker Peter Crouch has committed a team-high 22 fouls. Defender Geoff Cameron, who has started nine games, has committed six.
Last time: 13
Table: 11th, 13 points
Results: Drew 1-1 at Southampton
Fixtures: At Newcastle, Saturday
Speaking of efficiency in scoring, Swansea midfielder Michu has netted six goals from 10 shots on target.
Last time: 9
Table: 10th, 14 points
Results: Lost 1-0 home to West Ham
Fixtures: Home to Swansea, Saturday
Newcastle have not strayed from the three-spot range between ninth and 11th places since the second match of the season.
This week? Tenth, of course.
Last time: 11
Table: 13th, 12 points
Results: Drew 1-1 at Chelsea
Fixtures: Home to Wigan, Saturday
Did you know that Liverpool are unbeaten in six matches?
The catch is that the Reds have drawn four of those.
Last time: 8
Table: 9th, 16 points
Results: Drew 3-3 at Arsenal
Fixtures: Home to Sunderland, Sunday
Mark Schwarzer saved a stoppage-time penalty to preserve Fulham's deserved 3-3 draw at Arsenal over the weekend. Are the Cottagers ready to challenge their London rivals for their spot in the table?
Last time: 7
Table: 8th, 16 points
Results: Drew 3-3 home to Fulham
Fixtures: Home to Spurs, Saturday
As of this writing, Arsenal are a mid-table team playing mid-table football.
Even so, victory this weekend would put the Gunners above Tottenham in the table.
Sean: Arsene Wenger still thinks his Gunners—a team that squandered a 2-0 lead at home, no less—can still contend for the title. Right.
Last time: 5
Table: 7th, 17 points
Results: Lost 2-1 at Man City
Fixtures: At Arsenal, Saturday
Spurs have lost two straight but have a big chance to put some space between themselves and North London rivals Arsenal this weekend at the Emirates.
Last time: 10
Table: 6th, 18 points
Results: Won 1-0 at Newcastle
Fixtures: Home to Stoke, Monday
West Ham have not dropped below 10th in their first season back in the Premier League. After winning at Newcastle last weekend, the Hammers are sixth, ahead of London rivals Tottenham and Arsenal.
That’s not a bad job of managing by Sam Allardyce, if you ask us.
Last time: 6
Table: 5th, 20 points
Results: Won 2-1 at Wigan
Fixtures: Home to Chelsea, Saturday
Is it time yet to stop calling West Brom a fluke? Or do we need to see the Baggies produce a positive result against Chelsea this weekend?
Last time: 4
Table: 4th, 20 points
Results: Won 2-1 home to Sunderland
Fixtures: At Reading, Saturday
Everton are unbeaten in eight matches and have lost just once all season.
That one loss—at West Brom—is looking less and less like an aberration every week.
Dan: Everton, West Brom and West Ham fighting for fourth is like "Moneyball" of the EPL.
Last time: 2
Table: 3rd, 24 points
Results: Drew 1-1 home to Liverpool
Fixtures: At West Brom, Saturday
Back-to-back weeks of dropping points have seen Chelsea slip to third after topping the table throughout the early part of the season. Next is a potentially tricky trip to surprising West Brom.
Blues fans can be thankful, however, that John Terry’s knee injury appears not to be serious.
Dan: A loss and a draw?!?! Has anyone been fired yet?
Last time: 3
Table: 2nd, 25 points
Results: Won 2-1 home to Spurs
Fixtures: Home to Aston Villa, Saturday
Manchester City remain the league’s only unbeaten team, thanks once again to supersub Edin "Don't Call Me Supersub" Dzeko.
If you’re wondering, they play United on Dec. 9, and it’s at the Etihad.
Sean: City's winning formula: Put in Edin Dzeko as a city and he'll score the game-winner. It's as constant as gravity.
First-place votes: 7
Weeks at No. 1: 3
Last time: 1
Table: 1st, 27 points
Results: Won 3-2 at Aston Villa
Fixtures: At Norwich, Saturday
Not surprisingly, United’s surge to the top of the table has coincided with a run of five straight league victories.
Dutchman Robin van Persie is the league’s joint top scorer with eight goals.
United are back on top, and life is good at the moment for Fergie and company.
Sean: The "best" defense is an insanely prolific offense?
Dan: They sure are going to make this exciting all season both in the standings, and on the scoresheet.