1. DENVER (6-0)
Last week: 1st
They failed to cover against the Jaguars. Shame on them.
2. KANSAS CITY (6-0)
Last week: 3rd
Their amazing turnaround continues under Andy Reid.
3. SEATTLE (6-1)
Last week: 5th
Got a bit of a tussle from the Titans, but they survived.
4. NEW ENGLAND (5-1)
Last week: 7th
That last-gasp drive against Saints may wake them up.
5. NEW ORLEANS (5-1)
Last week: 2nd
They get a week off to recover from tough loss to Pats.
6. CINCINNATI (4-2)
Last week: 6th
While they haven’t been impressive, they are winning.
7. SAN FRANCISCO (4-2)
Last week: 9th
They’re building some momentum after poor 1-2 start.
8. CHICAGO (4-2)
Last week: 8th
After back-to-back losses, they got past hapless Giants.
9. INDIANAPOLIS (4-2)
Last week: 4th
After stumbling against Chargers, they get the Broncos.
10. GREEN BAY (3-2)
Last week: 11th
They had to bow up to win a tough one against Ravens.
11. DETROIT (4-2)
Last week: 12th
Bounced back from loss to Packers by rolling Browns.
12. BALTIMORE (3-3)
Last week: 10th
Super Bowl champs slip after nice win against Dolphins.
13. MIAMI (3-2)
Last week: 13th
Let’s see if the bye week gets them back on track again.
14. SAN DIEGO (3-3)
Last week: 18th
They’re hanging in despite tough season-opening loss.
15. DALLAS (3-3)
Last week: 19th
Up-and-down team is on upswing after beating ’Skins.
16. TENNESSEE (3-3)
Last week: 15th
Solid 3-1 start has been marred by two straight losses.
The second half
17. N.Y. Jets (3-3) Last week: 16th
18. Arizona (3-4) Last week: 14th
19. St. Louis (3-3) Last week: 24th
20. Philadelphia (3-3) Last week: 25th
21. Houston (2-4) Last week: 17th
22. Atlanta (1-4) Last week: 22nd
23. Cleveland (3-3) Last week: 23rd
24. Carolina (2-3) Last week: 26th
25. Washington (1-4) Last week: 20th
26. Minnesota (1-4) Last week: 21st
27. Buffalo (2-4) Last week: 27th
28. Pittsburgh (1-4) Last week: 29th
29. Oakland (2-4) Last week: 28th
30. N.Y. Giants (0-6) Last week: 30th
31. Tampa Bay (0-5) Last week: 31st
32. Jacksonville (0-6) Last week: 32nd
Game to watch
Denver (6-0) at Indianapolis (4-2)
7:30 p.m. Sunday, Lucas Oil Stadium (NBC)
One of the NFL’s two remaining undefeated teams will be on display with the possibility that the Broncos could be the only one left by the time they kick off. But this one is all about Peyton Manning’s return to Indianapolis, where he was the face of the Colts’ franchise for 14 seasons until his release following the 2011 season.
Patriots (-31/2) over Jets
Chargers (-71/2) over Jaguars
Chiefs (-6) over Texans
Lions (-21/2) over Bengals
Bills (+8) over Dolphins
Bears (+1) over Redskins
Eagles (-3) over Cowboys
Rams (+6) over Panthers
Falcons (-7) over Bucs
49ers (-4) over Titans
Packers (-10) over Browns
Ravens (+2) over Steelers
Broncos (-61/2) over Colts
Giants (-3) over Vikings
Last week: 4-10-0 (.286)
Season totals: 36-48-2 (.419)
Noon: Patriots at Jets (CBS)
Noon: Bucs at Falcons (Fox)
3:25 p.m.: Ravens at Steelers (CBS)
7:30 p.m.: Broncos at Colts (NBC)
7:40 p.m.: Vikings at Giants (ESPN)