1. Indianapolis Colts: We'll see if this resting plan works.
2. San Diego Chargers: Do they want a week off after 11 consecutive wins?
3. New Orleans Saints: You can bet Drew Brees won't treat this week like vacation.
4. Minnesota Vikings: The trouble comes when they have to go on the road.
5. Dallas Cowboys: Might own the best defense in the playoffs.
6. Green Bay Packers: And now they'll have to face the Cardinals' first-team offense.
7. Philadelphia Eagles: Devastating fall from two to six seed.
8. New England Patriots: Edelman not the only one who must step up.
9. Arizona Cardinals: Need Boldin, Rodgers-Cromartie to play Sunday.
10. Cincinnati Bengals: Will healthy bodies, home field make a difference?
11. New York Jets: Players gave stadium, fans proper send-off with rousing win.
12. Baltimore Ravens: One week to draw up plan to stop Randy Moss.
13. Houston Texans: Once again left out in the cold.
14. Pittsburgh Steelers: Early guess is that they'll be back in 2010.
15. Atlanta Falcons: Never stopped playing hard down stretch.
16. Carolina Panthers: Matt Moore won't be handed starting job just yet.
17. Tennessee Titans: Chris Johnson still had fewer yards than Cleveland's Josh Cribbs.
18. San Francisco 49ers: Outscored opponents by 49 points.
19. Denver Broncos: Third-ever 6-0 team to miss postseason.
20. New York Giants: Only Rams, Lions allowed more points. That's just awful.
21. Miami Dolphins: Tony Sparano called 7-9 record what it is to his team: mediocre.
22. Chicago Bears: Looked like team people expected only in final two games.
23. Jacksonville Jaguars: This team needs a lot more than Tim Tebow.
24. Buffalo Bills: Buddy Nix holding out hope that Bill Cowher wants to coach in '10.
25. Cleveland Browns: Mangenius hopes late run keeps him from being a Fangenius.
26. Oakland Raiders: Wins over Eagles, Bengals, Steelers give them hope.
27. Kansas City Chiefs: What got into the run game?
28. Seattle Seahawks: Jim Mora can't feel terribly comfortable with all these issues.
29. Washington Redskins: Signs pointing to a new starting QB next season.
30. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: At least they seem to have their quarterback.
31. Detroit Lions: Jim Schwartz might give up his kidney to get Ndamukong Suh.
32. St. Louis Rams: What direction they go at QB could define offseason, not No. 1 pick.
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