1. Los Angeles Rams
  2. Kansas City Chiefs
  3. Jacksonville Jaguars
  4. New England Patriots
  5. New Orleans Saints
  6. Philidelphia Eagles
  7. Chicago Bears — The bears look good. Like scary good. At 3 and 1 right now, it seems like they’re going to be a pretty difficult team to stop. Carolina’s Mitch Trubinsky seems to be emerging as not just an NFL level quarterback, but a top-level one at that. He has performed at the top level week in and week out (besides the Arizona game), and Mitchy has shown no signs of stopping. And of course, we could not give this team a write up without mentioning Trubinsky’s six touchdown passes against Fitzmagic(?) and the Bucs. Oh yeah, and Khalil Mack is having a potential DPOY season—so there’s that.
  8. Minnesota Vikings
  9. Cincinnati Bengals
  10. Tennessee Titans
  11. Baltimore Ravens
  12. Miami Dolphins
  13. Washington Redskins
  14. Denver Broncos
  15. Carolina Panthers
  16. Green Bay Packers
  17. Los Angeles Chargers
  18. Seattle Seahawks—Seattle is probably the biggest question this season. It seems like on their day they can beat pretty much anyone on their day, but at the same time, look like anyone could beat them. Everything in this team is a giant question mark (besides rookie punter, Michael Dickson). From Russell Wilson to the defence as a whole, how they will perform is uncertain. I would not be surprised if Seattle finishes with less than seven wins this season.
  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  20. Houston Texans
  21. Atlanta Falcons
  22. Pitsburg Steelers
  23. New York Giants—I only have two things to say about New York. 1. Eli is bad and needs to leave. He is holding the organization back. 2. Saquan is the second best back in the league right now (only behind Gurly).
  24. Cleveland Browns
  25. Dallas Cowboys
  26. Indianapolis Colts
  27. San Fransisco 49ers
  28. Oakland Raiders
  29. New York Jets
  30. Detroit Lions
  31. Buffalo Bills
  32. Arizona Cardinals