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No. 32 Buffalo Bills: Buffalo has played better in the last two games, but the losing has continued. The Bills should have a decent chance this week with the Bears and the NFL's worst offensive line coming to town.
No. 31 Denver Broncos: Josh McDaniels isn't looking like a young genius anymore and could find himself looking for work in the offseason.
No. 30 Carolina Panthers: John Fox is the epitome of a lame-duck head coach, and his Panthers will be lucky to win more than three games this season.
No. 29 Arizona Cardinals: After Max Hall had two interceptions returned for touchdowns Sunday, Derek Anderson promptly got another chance to lead the Cardinals. Of course, he threw an interception late to seal the loss.
No. 28 Dallas Cowboys: Dallas really misses Tony Romo and looks completely disinterested at this point.
No. 27 San Francisco 49ers: Before the 49ers get too excited about Troy Smith, they should remember beating the Broncos isn't really a big accomplishment.
No. 26 Cleveland Browns: The Browns have been competitive all season, but 2-5 is 2-5. Peyton Hillis still isn't getting the credit he deserves for having a fantastic season.
No. 25 Detroit Lions: Things are looking up for the Lions with Matthew Stafford back and Calvin Johnson continuing to flourish.
No. 24 Cincinnati Bengals: Those bumbling Bengals were at it again Sunday. Another loss would officially end any hopes for a postseason push.
No. 23 Jacksonville Jaguars: The NFL's ultimate Jekyll and Hyde team this season, the Jags looked great while trouncing the Cowboys Sunday.
No. 22 Seattle Seahawks: The Raiders are improving, but losing 33-3 really hurts Seattle's stock, especially if Matt Hasselbeck's concussion lingers for the remainder of the season. The Seahawks are indeed who we thought they were, and it's still good enough to lead the NFC West.
No. 21 Minnesota Vikings: Randy Moss is gone, and Brad Childress is hanging on by a thread. A fairly favorable schedule suggests the Vikings could start to get things rolling in the weeks ahead.