1. Green Bay Packers: Made up for a slow start; passing defense may be a concern.
2. New England Patriots: First team to keep them under 30 points wins!
3. New York Jets: Sanchez threw two picks, Greene had 49 yards, Jets scored 32 points.
4. Philadelphia Eagles: Week Three is early for Eagles to prepare for life without Vick.
5. Houston Texans: Not folding under the pressure of being division favorites.
6. New Orleans Saints: Brees has been great, but has he been highest-paid-QB great?
7. Baltimore Ravens: Few saw this coming. Completely different team in Week Two.
8. San Diego Chargers: Ran into Patriots buzzsaw, but four turnovers didn't help.
9. Detroit Lions: It took them 54 years, but the Lions finally beat someone by 45 points.
10. Pittsburgh Steelers: That's the Steelers we know, dominating in every aspect.
11. Washington Redskins: Who had the 'Skins as the only 2-0 team in the NFC East?
12. Dallas Cowboys: Top four on offense (Romo, Bryant, Austin, Jones) all hurt.
13. Chicago Bears: Cutler is on pace to get sacked 88 times this season. Yeesh.
14. Atlanta Falcons: Matty Ice made up for two picks with four scores in crucial win.
15. Buffalo Bills: Thirty-five second-half points later, and the Bills are 2-0.
16. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Certainly has not looked like a playoff team.
17. New York Giants: With so many injuries on "D," pressure is on Eli to turn things around.
18. Oakland Raiders: Bright spot of blowing lead to Buffalo was play of rookie WR Moore.
19. San Francisco 49ers: Won't win many games with Davis, Gore combining for 82 yards.
20. Arizona Cardinals: The Kolb-Fitzgerald connection is working, but "D" banged up.
21. Tennessee Titans: Chris Johnson rushes for 53 yards, and they still upset Baltimore?
22. Cleveland Browns: Could start 6-1 if they play like they did vs. Indy, not Cincy.
23. Denver Broncos: Will Week Two be remembered for Fox's first win, or Tebow at WR?
24. St. Louis Rams: Bradford will be tested with top skill players injured.
25. Cincinnati Bengals: Won't have many more-winnable games than Denver.
26. Carolina Panthers: If you only watched Newton highlights, you'd think they were 2-0.
27. Jacksonville Jaguars: McCown's 1.8 passer rating might accelerate the Gabbert era.
28. Miami Dolphins: Lost 11 of last 12 home games, 0-6 all-time vs. Houston. Yikes.
29. Minnesota Vikings: McNabb threw for more than 39 yards, but another lead blown.
30. Indianapolis Colts: Well, they played better, but it's going to be a long season in Indy.
31. Seattle Seahawks: In their defense, who would've wanted to face Pitt after Week One?
32. Kansas City Chiefs: First Berry, now Charles. Are they Andrew Luck leaders?