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32. Detroit: I know they've won two games, but losing to the only winless team in the NFL puts you down near or at the bottom in my book.
31. Carolina: It's not completely John Fox's fault that neither Matt Moore nor Jimmy Clausen have played particularly well this season. He'll probably be the one that ultimately pays for it though.
30. Buffalo: The Bills deserved a win and they finally got one at home against Detroit last week. More importantly for the future, they may have found a quarterback in Ryan Fitzpatrick.
29. Dallas: So that's how the Cowboys were supposed to play this year...
28. Cincinnati: In the midst of another losing season, Bengals fans are probably wondering what happened to the once-vaunted offense. Carson Palmer's never been the same since that playoff game.
27. Arizona: Larry Fitzgerald and the Cardinals maybe didn't realize just how good they had it with Kurt Warner as quarterback.
26. Minnesota: Three more picks from Brett Favre Sunday in Chicago; he's on pace for 28 interceptions this season, the most for him since 2005.
25. Washington: Not much to say after Monday Night. The ESPN post-game commentators had it right: take the game film, burn it, move on.
24. Denver: Broncos with a nice win against a suddenly struggling Kansas City squad as Kyle Orton and Brandon Lloyd continue their respective strong seasons.
23. San Francisco: A gut-check win for the 49ers, who still somehow are only two games out of first in the NFC West.
22. Houston: The way the Texans lost last week was an unlucky bounce and a fluke. Houston's defense, which has allowed the second most points in the league, is not.
21. St. Louis: Tough loss for the young Rams on the road, but still overachieving at 4-5 with a rookie quarterback.