1. San Francisco 49ers: We know about “D” but now seeing how effective offense can be.
2. Houston Texans: Let’s see how they fare against first real test at Denver in Week Three.
3. Green Bay Packers: Dom Capers’ “D” looked like Pack’s 2010 unit.
4. New England Patriots: Lost possibly Brady’s most valuable weapon in Hernandez.
5. Baltimore Ravens: High-octane offense Week One; it looked lost late in Week Two.
6. Atlanta Falcons: Tip your hat to Mike Nolan's defense — Falcons had a great read on Broncos.
7. Philadelphia Eagles: First NFL team ever to win each of its first two games by one point.
8. New York Giants: Eli Manning continues to establish himself as a top fourth-quarter QB.
9. Denver Broncos: Early errors left Manning and Co. with too much ground to make up at Atlanta.
10. Pittsburgh Steelers: Vintage Steelers win: suffocating “D,” big plays by Big Ben.
11. San Diego Chargers: No Gates, no Mathews, no problem. Depth showed in win.
12. Chicago Bears: Made everyone forget all the hoopla about the offense pretty quickly.
13. Dallas Cowboys: Seattle continues to haunt Cowboys, as offense stalls in loss.
14. Arizona Cardinals: Great performance by the “D.” Who pegged Cardinals to start 2-0?
15. Detroit Lions: Defense clearly needs Chris Houston, Louis Delmas to get healthy.
16. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Saw glimpses of potential of Freeman-VJax connection.
17. New York Jets: So much for that Week One offensive explosion.
18. Washington Redskins: Josh Morgan with the bonehead move of the week.
19. Carolina Panthers: Hey, there’s that running game we saw all last season.
20. Cincinnati Bengals: Four players with at least 56 receiving yards — three scored.
21. Seattle Seahawks: Only five incompletions from Russell Wilson in his first NFL win.
22. Buffalo Bills: Who said C.J. Spiller can’t run between the tackles? Electric performance.
23. New Orleans Saints: 0-2 start won’t keep people from talking about bounty impact.
24. St. Louis Rams: Think Bradford has a favorite target? Amendola with 15 catches.
25. Miami Dolphins: How do you help a rookie quarterback? Rush for 263 yards.
26. Indianapolis Colts: No surprise: Luck composed, poised on game-winning FG drive.
27. Kansas City Chiefs: K.C. has to be in panic mode after getting routed by the Bills.
28. Minnesota Vikings: Adrian Peterson’s long run of the day vs. Indy? Six yards.
29. Tennessee Titans: Run game continues to be a disaster; defense not helping, either.
30. Jacksonville Jaguars: Gabbert, Henne combine for a whopping 52 passing yards.
31. Oakland Raiders: Manhandled by Dolphins, of all teams, for third year in a row.
32. Cleveland Browns: T-Rich put to rest any worries with 145 total yards, two TDs.