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No. 32 Buffalo: Three talented running backs have little impact.
No. 31 Carolina: Jimmy Clausen has been ineffective and could be without his top target.
No. 30 Oakland: Bruce Gradkowski has been decent, but the 1-3 start comes back to the defense.
No. 29 Detroit: Sure, the Lions have been competitive, but wins are still elusive.
No. 28 Cleveland: Three close losses and one close win.
No. 27 Arizona: Derek Anderson might have started his last game for the Cardinals.
No. 26 Jacksonville: The Jaguars love beating the Colts at home and losing almost every other game.
No. 25 San Francisco: Time for Mike Singletary to show if he has substance behind his style.
No. 24 Seattle: The Seahawks are competitive but plagued by the worst secondary in the NFL.
No. 23 Tampa Bay: Things are starting to unravel in Tampa.
No. 22 Denver: Kyle Orton has been fantastic; running game has been pathetic.
No. 21 Tennessee: Super Bowl contenders don’t lose to the Broncos.