The first six weeks of the 2013 NFL schedule have brought us a number of unpredictable results, which is why there are so many teams in unexpected positions in the standings.
Playoff teams from a year ago such as the Vikings, Falcons and Redskins are among the league's worst, while others, such as the Chiefs and Saints have bounced back from disappointing 2012 campaigns to stunningly impressive starts.
Heading into a full slate of clashes, here's a look at which teams will move the most following Week 7.
After Indianapolis dropped a disappointing loss to the Chargers in Week 6, the Colts have an emotional clash with the Broncos up next.
Obviously, there's no shame in losing to the electric Denver offense, but a second consecutive loss would leave the Colts at 4-3.
Rex Ryan's chances at remaining with the New York Jets were starting to look good heading into Week 6, but things have gone downhill since then.
Last week, the Steelers handed the Jets a demoralizing defeat for their first win of the season, and now, with Geno Smith and company sitting at 3-3 heading into their all-important divisional tilt with the Patriots, things won't get easier in Week 7.
It was always unlikely that Rex would be able to save his job, but a second consecutive loss, this time against a hated opponent in the Patriots, would make things much more difficult.
It's been a roller-coaster of a season for the Detroit Lions, as the team has notched some impressive wins but also dropped some disappointing games as well.
After a feel-good victory over the Browns, Matthew Stafford, Reggie Bush and Calvin Johnson have a very important tilt against the Bengals on tap in Week 7.
Beating the Bengals, who boast one of the league's best pass defenses, will be a difficult challenge for Detroit. But if it can pull out a win, the rest of the league will certainly take notice that the Lions are for real.