32. Buffalo Bills (0-7): Last Week: No. 32. So, so close, but Kansas City pulled out a win in overtime to keep the Bills from that elusive first win.
31. Carolina Panthers (1-6): Last Week: No. 30. The season of ineptitude continues for the hapless Panthers, who now can't seem to run the ball either.
30. Dallas Cowboys (1-6): Last Week: No. 28. Things are so bad in Dallas that Jerry Jones doesn't even know how many games his team has lost. Four picks for Jon Kitna, and it looked like the team quit in the loss to Jaguars Sunday.
29. Cincinnati Bengals (2-5): Last Week: No. 29. About time for some good T.O. drama. Get your popcorn ready!
28. Denver Broncos (2-5): Last Week: No. 27. Another ugly loss, and they had to travel to London to get it. Kyle Orton has looked pretty good at quarterback and is putting up hefty numbers. Those aren't translating in the win column, however.
27. Arizona Cardinals (3-4): Last Week: No. 24: Save for Aqib Talib's late heroics, Cards almost stole one against Tampa Sunday. Still have benefit of playing in the worst division and not out of it by any stretch.
26. San Francisco 49ers (2-5): Last Week: No. 31. Big boost up because of win against Broncos. Troy Smith looked somewhat capable at quarterback, leading the team on three scoring drives in final quarter.
25. Minnesota Vikings (2-5): Last Week: No. 20. Raise your hand if you thought Brett Favre's career was over Sunday when you saw him leaving the field on that cart? Now, more drama with Randy Moss. Can the Vikes right the ship?
24: Chicago Bears (3-4): Last Week: No. 18. Bears had no trouble protecting Jay Cutler during their bye week.
23.Cleveland Browns (2-5): Last Week: No. 22. New England comes to the Dog Pound Sunday. Student versus Teacher. Good times.
22. Washington Redskins (4-4): Last Week: No. 15. Biggest plunge of the week. 'Skins will enjoy bye week this week and have brought in JaMarcus Russell for an audition at quarterback. Maybe he can run the two-minute drill?
21. Detroit Lions (2-5): Last Week: No. 23. Matthew Stafford throws four TDs in his return against Washington. I still contend Lions should be 3-4.