There comes a time every season where teams start to form some sort of identity within their division and their conference, whether that be as a playoff front runner, or as the perennial doormat. Usually that time is around Week 6 (i.e right now), although some teams can be counted on to fit into certain roles (I'm looking at you Buffalo).
The AFC has officially broken this mold.
So many teams have been on-again, off-again this year that it has left the AFC as one great big muck pile, with teams like Kansas City on top (who could've seen that one coming).
Each team has their own problems that have put them in the situation that they are in right now, but, personally, it eventually all comes down to the quarterback, an area where the AFC seems to be faltering, but not failing.
Discerning who is better than who though? Now that is just plain difficult, considering the state of AFC teams and their signal callers.
Fear not, though, for order will be brought out of chaos. Here is a not-so-chaotic ranking of the AFC's quarterbacks after five weeks of regular season play.