With Week 6 of the NFL season coming to a close, it's time to release the updated power rankings for the entire league.
There weren't many changes at the front, but there were a few changes in the center and toward the back of the rankings.
Where is your team ranked?
You'll have to hang out with us and find out. So, without spending too much time talking to you about what you'll see, let's just get to the rankings.
Buffalo Bills - Still winless and looking for something to look forward to. Unfortunately they won't get it.
Carolina Panthers - Also a winless team in the NFL but watch as they pick up their first win this weekend.
Detroit Lions - Without Shaun Hill, it could be a long rest of their season
Oakland Raiders - How do you beat the Chargers then lose to the 49ers?
Cleveland Browns - With Colt McCoy at the helm, they're getting there
San Francisco 49ers - Got their first win of the season, now let's see them continue that momentum
Denver Broncos - Tim Tebow at the helm, but still, they can't overcome mistakes. Give him a chance to work out the kinks.
Dallas Cowboys - They shouldn't be this high, but they have to be better than this. Right?
San Diego Chargers - Same question goes to them that went to the Cowboys. They can't be this bad. Can they?
Arizona Cardinals - After beating New Orleans and coming off a bye week, it's time for Arizona to show what they're made of.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Seems like when Tampa faces a good team, they get the wrong end of a blowout.
Seattle Seahawks - They seem to be getting things together. At least last week.
I'm waiting for Carson Palmer, along with the diva twins, to finally start figuring things out.
They're coming off a bye week and will be facing another team that needs to get their act together. We'll see if Carson Palmer can finally get it going.
After a blowout loss at home to the Tennessee Titans, it's back to the drawing board to see how this team can get back on track.
If they can get back on track at all.
It seems strange to me that this is the same team that knocked off the Colts two weeks ago.
After winning their first three games of the season, the Chiefs have come down to earth and then some.
How do the let the Houston Texans score 21 points in the fourth quarter and end up losing a game you led for most of the way.
Maybe the Chiefs are who we thought they were all along.
Sam Bradford has a tough week two weeks ago against Detroit, then comes back home and gets the job done against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday.
Though who isn't when the Chargers are on the road?
This young quarterback will just continue to get better as the season goes on.
Even with Aaron Rodgers back in the lineup, it wasn't enough to pick up a win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
They will face the Minnesota Vikings and Rodgers' former mentor in Brett Favre.
Should be a big game but the Packers need to be careful of a letdown.
The Tennessee Titans picked up a blowout win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday night but could be without starter Vince Young who left the game with a sprained knee.
Kerry Collins will take the team from here.
A veteran quarterback with experience and a young team. They could keep rolling from here.
The Chicago Bears have some glaring holes to fix, which were made all too clear after Jay Cutler got thrown around like a ragdoll over the last two games.
Their offensive line has been nothing short of, well, absent. Cutler has the bruises to prove it.
A win over the Redskins would do a lot for their confidence.
The Washington Redskins picked up a big overtime win over the Green Bay Packers but turned around and couldn't hang on against Peyton Manning and the Colts on Sunday.
They will be on the road against the Chicago Bears who are coming off a disappointing loss of their own. Although, the Redskins' defensive unit has to be licking their chops at facing the Bears' offensive line.
The Minnesota Vikings got the win they were looking for at home against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Maybe it's the win they needed to gain a little bit of momentum for the rest of the season, starting with the Green Bay Packers this coming weekend.
After dropping two straight, coming up with a win against the Green Bay Packers came at the exact right time.
They not be a strength in the NFL or a team to be reckoned with right now, but a good showing against the Steelers could go a long ways.
After winning four of their first five games, a 31-17 loss to the Eagles on Sunday has me wondering just how good the Falcons really are.
Not to say that they didn't just have an off week, but they'll have to show me a little more this week against the lowly Bengals.
Just when I think the Houston Texans are done showing me anything at all, they come fighting back and put up a 21-point fourth quarterback to knock off the Kansas Chiefs.
Let's see what they do after their bye week which, oddly enough, will come against the team they beat to open the season—the Indianapolis Colts.
After losing two of their first three games, they've run off three straight wins coming against Houston, Chicago and Detroit.
It might not look like much, but it's making the Giants that much stronger just before they take on their hated rivals, the Dallas Cowboys, on Monday night.
The Indianapolis Colts haven't looked like near the team that we've been used to for so long.
Ever since their loss to Houston to start the season, it's almost like you don't know if the Colts are going to win from one week to the next.
They'll get another shot at Houston in two weeks.
I'm waiting to see the real New Orleans Saints team show up. I'm never sure which team I'm going to see.
But, after a 31-6 win over Tampa on Sunday, maybe the Saints are about to come marching back in.
The Philadelphia Eagles have been holding down the fort even after the injury to quarterback Kevin Kolb. If Vick gets the job, when he's ready to return is anyone's guess.
For now, the Eagles are going to keep climbing the rankings if they keep playing like they have.
With Randy Moss back in Minnesota, it seems all is well in the land of the Patriots.
After New England traded their diva wide receiver back to where he started, the Patriots seem to have figured things out and look like the team of old.
They'll have another test as they head to San Diego to face the disappointing Chargers.
Despite their loss to New England last week, this is still a team to be reckoned with as the season moves on, especially since they have one of the better defenses in the NFL.
They should get back on the winning track with a game against the winless Bills this weekend.
Yeah, LaDainian Tomlinson is enjoying his new team especially because his old team, the San Diego Chargers, have won just two of their first six games.
Though the Jets aren't on top of the rankings just yet, it won't take them long to get there if they keep playing like this.
Ben Roethlisberger came back to the NFL and showed no rust at all in his debut, throwing for three touchdowns in his team's win over the Browns.
The Steelers didn't miss a beat going from Charlie Batch to Ben Roethlisberger. Until someone knocks them off, the Steelers are here to stay.