1. Chiefs (7-0; No. 2): With the Browns coming in on Sunday, the Chiefs will be in this spot for at least as many weeks as they had wins last season.
2. Seahawks (6-1; No. 3): When Percy Harvin returns, can there be a position higher than No. 1?
3. Colts (5-2; No. 6): So which team will Andrew Luck be playing for when he makes his return to Indy in 14 years?
4. Broncos (6-1; last week No. 1): So when does Von Miller’s suspension end?
5. Saints (5-1; No. 5): The biggest question this week is whether Jimmy Graham’s bye will extend to two weeks.
6. 49ers (5-2; No. 7): Fewer and fewer teams have it better than them.
7. Packers (4-2; No. 8): There’s only one injury that would derail this team’s run at another division title.
9. Patriots (5-2; No. 4): It wasn’t the first time Bill Belichick misinterpreted the rules, but this one was slightly less costly.
10. Cowboys (4-3; No. 15): No DeMarcus, no DeMarco? No DeProblem! (“No DeFunny.”)
11. Chargers (4-3; No. 16): What’s more impressive, two straight games with 100-plus yards for Ryan Mathews or two straight games for Ryan Mathews with no injuries?
12. Lions (4-3; No. 9): The seat could soon be getting warm for Jim Schwartz and Martin Mayhew.
13. Jets (4-3; No. 20): For the second straight year, a butt had a role in deciding a home game against the Jets.
14. Ravens (3-4; No. 11): Joe Flacco needs to start earning his next contract.
15. Bears (4-3; No. 10): If Jordan Palmer is the answer, I don’t know what the question is.
16. Dolphins (3-3; No. 12): If Bryant McKinnie is the answer, I don’t want to know what the question is.
17. Panthers (3-3; No. 23): Cam Newton is the answer, as long as the Panthers get a lead early.
18. Eagles (3-4; No. 14): Matt Barkley is the answer, if the question is “who can throw three interceptions?”
19. Browns (3-4; No. 17): Brandon Weeden is the answer, if the questions is “who won’t be playing for the Browns next year, or sooner?”
20. Bills (3-4; No. 24): Mario Williams is playing well enough to afford a lot more six-figure engagement rings that his future former fiancee’s don’t give back to him.
21. Titans (3-4; No. 19): Being the second best team in the AFC South suddenly isn’t the accomplishment it used to be.
22. Raiders (2-4; No. 22): They could go 8-8 and still end up in the basement of their division.
23. Falcons (2-4; No. 26): Maybe Harry Douglas is the one who should be the subject of trade speculation.
24. Steelers (2-4; No. 29): When a 2-4 record is viewed as an encouraging sign, these aren’t your father’s Steelers.
25. Redskins (2-4; No. 27): Barely beating an injury-ravaged team that was relying on a McCown brother at quarterback doesn’t count for much.
26. Cardinals (3-4; No. 21): Bruce Arians has now officially seen the dominance of the 49ers and Seahawks. And he’ll get to see it again later this year.
27. Rams (3-4; No. 18): Well, at least their baseball team is good.
28. Texans (2-5; No. 25): When losing by only one point to a team that won only two games last year is a sign of progress, it’s been a bad, bad year.
29. Giants (1-6; No. 31): On Monday night, they looked good enough to beat a really bad team, but not good enough to beat anyone else.
31. Buccaneers (0-6; No. 30): Even the ’76 Buccaneers think this team is pretty bad.
32. Jaguars (0-7; No. 32): They should build those swanky new scoreboards in the end zones at EverBank Stadium; the Jaguars haven’t been using them.