Here are the teams bringing up the rear this week in the NFL:
32 (31). Carolina Panthers: The Panthers lost again this week as they took on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
31 (32). Buffalo Bills: The Bills finally pulled off a win! I have been waiting for a reason to move this team up in the rankings all season, and I got one on Sunday.
30 (27). Detroit Lions: The problem with a struggling team like the Buffalo Bills getting a win is that another struggling team has to lose.
29 (26). Cincinnati Bengals: I don't even know where to start when trying to figure out what's wrong with the Cincinnati Bengals.
28 (30). Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys went on the road and handled a very good New York Giants team. I think the 'Boys are making the best of their clean slate.
27 (29). Denver Broncos: The Broncos have been struggling all season, but Sunday's performance against the Chiefs was ridiculously good. Four touchdowns for Kyle Orton. Two for Brandon Lloyd.
And then throw in a couple from Tim Tebow just for good measure.
26 (25). Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals are in last place in their division...you know, the NFC West? It must be tough trying to beat teams like the 49ers and the Rams week in and week out.
25 (28). San Francisco 49ers: The Niners seem to be getting it together this season. Normally, I wouldn't say that a 3-6 team has a shot at the playoffs, but again...it's the NFC West.
24 (22). Minnesota Vikings: The Vikings looked all kinds of awful on Sunday against the Bears, and whether it's the coach or the quarterback, something needs to change.
23 (21). St. Louis Rams: The Rams fall a couple spots this week after a close loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
22 (18). Washington Redskins: The Redskins have been perhaps the most confusing team in the NFL for me this season. How do you lose at home by 31 points to a team that you beat earlier in the season on the road?
21 (24). Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks had a big win over the Arizona Cardinals to pull themselves to the top...of the bottom of the league.