Figured I could just copy and paste . I post these on my site every week (millercards.net), just for something to draw in interest. Please, argue this and tell me who you'd rank differently. I looked deeper at some of the teams you all mentioned and put more effort into this week's rankings. In previous installments I would plug a few of the teams in slots according to how I feel about them. And not being an NFL analysts, anyone can grow a little out of touch with other teams. This time around I put in some more research. Rank (Last Week's Rank) Team (Record) - Description 1. ( 1 ) New England Patriots (9-2) - Overcame slow start to torch Lions led by Brady's 4 TDs. 2. ( 2 ) Atlanta Falcons (9-2) - Never trailed in walk-off win against very good Green Bay team. 3. ( 3 ) Baltimore Ravens (8-3) - Nothing fancy, but solid win over very good Bucs team. 4. ( 5 ) New York Jets (9-2) - Faced trouble but exploded in second half. Big test looming. 5. ( 8 ) New Orleans Saints (8-3) - Fought off fiesty Cowboys team for fourth win in a row. 6. ( 6 ) Pittsburgh Steelers (8-3) - Found out how tough Bills are, squeaked by in overtime. 7. ( 11 ) Chicago Bears (8-3) - Jay Cutler powers Bears to win over solid Eagles team. 8. ( 7 ) Green Bay Packers (7-4) - Found out how for real Falcons are, now trail Bears in division. 9. ( 4 ) Philadelphia Eagles (7-4) - Brought back down to earth, nearly pulled off a huge comeback. 10. ( 13 ) Kansas City Chiefs (7-4) - Seems to be a pot of gold at the end of this DwayneBowe. 11. ( 14 ) San Diego Chargers (6-5) - Charging quickly onto the scene after dismantling Peyton. 12. ( 10 ) Indianapolis Colts (6-5) - Pesky Chargers always seem to throw dirt on Colts' season. 13. ( 9 ) New York Giants (7-4) - Needed all four quarters to fight back and beat Jaguars at home. 14. ( 12 ) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-4) - Ravens fluster Freeman, but Baltimore is tough place to play. 15. ( 16 ) Miami Dolphins (6-5) - Wildcat roars in solid victory at Oakland. 16. ( 15 ) Jacksonville Jaguars (6-5) - So close to what would have been a huge road win, still in hunt. 17. ( 20 ) Houston Texans (5-6) - With others losing, these guys have a Puncher's chance at playoffs. 18. ( 17 ) Oakland Raiders (5-6) - Quickly losing playoff hopes with road game against Chargers looming. 19. ( 18 ) Washington Redskins (5-6) - Lost hope as quick as they gained it in losing to visiting Vikings. 20. ( 19 ) Tennesse Titans (5-6) - Season is lost if Rusty Smith continues to take snaps. 21. ( 22 ) St. Louis Rams (5-6) - Grabbed much needed win in a tough place to play. 22. ( 21 ) Seattle Seahawks (5-6) - No thanks to their play, playoff hopes still very much in tact. 23. ( 26 ) Cleveland Browns (4-7) - Rode back of Peyton Hillis to close win over teethless Panthers. 24. ( 25 ) San Francisco 49ers (4-7) - Recent shutout forgotten, Niners are one game back. 25. ( 27 ) Minnesota Vikings (4-7) - Rallied behind new coach for gritty win. Sound familiar? 26. ( 23 ) Dallas Cowboys (3-8) - Nearly pulled off the holiday win, now only playing for pride. 27. ( 24 ) Denver Broncos (3-8) - Rally falls short, travel to rival Chiefs for round 2. 28. ( 29 ) Buffalo Bills (2-9) - Team is so frustrated it is now resorting to blaming God for losing. 29. ( 28 ) Arizona Cardinals (3-8) - These guys stink, but Derek Anderson apparently thinks it's funny. 30. ( 30 ) Cincinnati Bengals (2-9) - Terrell, how does your foot taste? 31. ( 31 ) Detroit Lions (2-9) - Proved, yet again, that they don't belong on Thanksgiving. 32. ( 32 ) Carolina Panthers (1-10) - Actually competitive in Cleveland, perhaps they sought revenge on Delhomme?