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No. 32 Buffalo Bills: The Bills really needed a bye, but don't expect the time off to yield much improvement.
No. 31 Carolina Panthers: First Matt Moore, then Jimmy Clausen, then back to Matt Moore...uncertainty reigns in Carolina.
No. 30 Detroit Lions: Yes, the Lions are more competitive than usual. But at 1-5, they are still who we thought they were.
No. 29 Cleveland Browns: Colt McCoy put up decent numbers against the Steelers, but the Browns had little chance Sunday and are really banged up.
No. 28 Oakland Raiders: Those people still trying to understand why Bruce Gradkowski took over for Jason Campbell probably figured it out after watching the Raiders lose to the 49ers in Week 6.
No. 27 Denver Broncos: Not even a cameo from the great and powerful Tebow could help the Broncos overcome mistakes and hang on against the Patriots.
No. 26 Arizona Cardinals: Even after beating the World Champs in Week 5, Max Hall still needs to show what he can actually do for the Cardinals
No. 25 San Diego Chargers: Norv Turner is used to slow starts, but this is a bit much.
No. 24 San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers finally won a game and Michael Crabtree finally caught a touchdown. Even after a win, there are still plenty of questions surrounding Mike Singletary's team.
No. 23 Jacksonville Jaguars: An dreadful home loss against the Titans could be a sign of things to come with a brutal schedule down the stretch this season.
No. 22 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Bucs are likely to start trending downward in the weeks ahead, but Josh Freeman will only continue to get better.
No. 21 Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks are a tough team to figure out and could make the picture much clearer by beating Arizona in Week 7.