1. DENVER (2-0)
Last week: 1st
They’ve ripped through the last two Super Bowl champs.
2. SEATTLE (2-0)
Last week: 3rd
That was a pretty impressive beating they gave the 49ers.
3. HOUSTON (2-0)
Last week: 5th
They move up despite scraping by two inferior opponents.
4. SAN FRANCISCO (1-1)
Last week: 2nd
The Seahawks showed them it’ll be a battle for West title.
5. NEW ENGLAND (2-0)
Last week: 4th
Offense has been putrid. Can Tom Brady get it going soon?
6. GREEN BAY (1-1)
Last week: 6th
After tough loss to Niners, they got back on track at home.
7. NEW ORLEANS (2-0)
Last week: 7th
Like the Patriots, the offense hasn’t hit its stride — just yet.
8. ATLANTA (1-1)
Last week: 8th
They get tough assignment playing in the Miami heat.
9. CINCINNATI (1-1)
Last week: 9th
After tripping the Steelers, they know they should be 2-0.
10. CHICAGO (2-0)
Last week: 12th
Offense is looking good, but the defense is a big question.
11. MIAMI (2-0)
Last week: 16th
After two big road wins, they finally get to play at home.
12. BALTIMORE (1-1)
Last week: 14th
Offense is supposed to be better, but they are struggling.
13. KANSAS CITY (3-0)
Last week: 20th
Reid it and weep: they’ve won more games than in 2012.
14. INDIANAPOLIS (1-1)
Last week: 10th
That loss to the Dolphins was a real shock to the system.
15. DALLAS (1-1)
Last week: 11th
Is it going to be an up-one-week, down-one week year?
16. ST. LOUIS (1-1)
Last week: 15th
They need to be better on defense in order to go places.
The second half
17. N.Y. Giants (0-2) Last week: 13th
18. Arizona (1-1) Last week: 26th
19. Washington (0-2) Last week: 17th
20. Minnesota (0-2) Last week: 18th
21. Pittsburgh (0-2) Last week: 19th
22. San Diego (1-1) Last week: 28th
23. Detroit (1-1) Last week: 22nd
24. Buffalo (1-1) Last week: 27th
25. Tennessee (1-1) Last week: 24th
26. Philadelphia (1-2) Last week: 21st
27. Carolina (0-2) Last week: 25th
28. Oakland (1-1) Last week: 30th
29. N.Y. Jets (1-1) Last week: 29th
30. Tampa Bay (0-2) Last week: 23rd
31. Cleveland (0-2) Last week: 31st
32. Jacksonville (0-2) Last week: 32nd
Game to watch
Arizona (1-1) at New Orleans (2-0)
Noon Sunday, Mercedes-Benz Superdome (Fox)
It’s not a battle of two unbeaten teams, but the Dome will still be rocking because the Saints are 2-0 after starting a dreadful 0-4 last season. It’s also the homecoming of Tyrann Mathieu and the return to Louisiana of two other former LSU stars — Patrick Peterson and Kevin Minter. So it’ll be fun.
Cardinals (+7) over Saints
Titans (-3) over Chargers
Vikings (-61/2) over Browns
Patriots (-7) over Bucs
Texans (-21/2) over Ravens
Cowboys (-4) over Rams
Lions (+2) over Redskins
Bengals (+21/2) over Packers
Giants (+1) over Panthers
Dolphins (-21/2) over Falcons
Colts (+10) over 49ers
Seahawks (-19) over Jaguars
Bills (+21/2) over Jets
Steelers (+21/2) over Bears
Broncos (-15) over Raiders
Last week: 7-8-0 (.467)
Season totals: 12-17-1 (.417)
Noon: Texans at Ravens (CBS)*
Noon: Cardinals at Saints (Fox)
3:25 p.m.: Colts at 49ers (CBS)
7:30 p.m.: Bears at Steelers (NBC)
*not available in New Orleans area
7:40 p.m.: Raiders at Broncos (ESPN)