The Arizona Cardinals plastered the Los Angeles Rams to remain undefeated, while the Pittsburgh Steelers are a full-blown mess.
0-4 LW: 32
Urban Meyer is sorry. In more ways than one.
1-3 LW: 29
When you get beat 40-0 and don’t throw for 100 yards, it’s not a pleasant week here.
Detroit plays well enough to save from being a total embarrassment, but barely.
The Jets scored 27 points? The Jets scored 27 points!
New York Giants
1-3 LW: 30
The Giants are terrible, but Daniel Jones is avoiding big mistakes. It’s real progress.
1-3 LW: 27
Another meltdown in Atlanta. Truly, the other Georgia tradition unlike any other.
1-3 LW: 26
Jalen Hurts carved the Chiefs up, but giving up 42 points usually means defeat.
1-3 LW: 22
The Dolphins were supposed to be a playoff team this year. Not looking good.
1-3 LW: 18
No offense, no quarterback, no chance.
1-3 LW: 21
The Vikings held the Browns to 14 points at home and somehow lost. Minnesota might be the weirdest team in football.
1-3 LW: 25
Finally, a win for Carson Wentz and the Colts. Season saved. Now, a trip to Baltimore.
Matt Nagy is going to bench Justin Fields for Andy Dalton. I’m so sorry, Chicago.
Washington Football Team
2-2 LW: 23
Washington’s defense remains the most confounding unit in football, but 2-2 isn’t terrible.
New England Patriots
1-3 LW: 19
It was always going to end that way, wasn’t it? The Patriots can play defense, but the offense is punchless.
New Orleans Saints
2-2 LW: 17
Can’t lose to the Giants at home. That’s how fringe teams miss the playoffs.
3-1 LW: 20
Are the Bengals good? Probably not, but there is clear progress from a team long in the basement.
3-1 LW: 16
A first loss doesn’t move them down the rankings. Carolina’s offense played well, but the defense was exposed against a good Dallas team.
3-1 LW: 15
The Broncos had their first true test on Sunday, and threw for 148 yards while scoring seven points.
2-2 LW: 12
The Titans were without Julio Jones and A.J. Brown against the Jets and lost. Ultimately, that’s no excuse for such a performance.
San Francisco 49ers
2-2 LW: 11
Well, it could be Trey Lance time. First up? The unbeaten Cardinals.
2-2 LW: 14
Seattle may have saved its season by beating the 49ers. Now, the Seahawks can leapfrog the Rams with a win on Thursday.
3-1 LW: 13
The Cowboys have clear issues to resolve defensively, but the offense is one of the league’s best.
Kansas City Chiefs
2-2 LW: 10
Kansas City had seven drives and scored six touchdowns. And they needed all of them, as the defense remains rancid.
Las Vegas Raiders
3-1 LW: 6
It’s only one loss, and the Raiders draw the Bears in Las Vegas come Sunday. Good timing.
Los Angeles Chargers
3-1 LW: 9
The Chargers look like a team that can play deep into January.
3-1 LW: 7
A three-game winning streak has the Ravens tied atop the AFC North. Well done.
3-1 LW: 4
The Browns need more from Baker Mayfield, but the rest of the team is operating at a championship level.
Los Angeles Rams
3-1 LW: 1
The Rams stay in the top five, but had to drop a few spots after being absolutely hammered at home.
Green Bay Packers
3-1 LW: 5
Remember the 38-3 game? Feels like a lifetime ago.
4-0 LW: 8
Are the Cardinals the best team in football? Feels like a stretch, but they’re clearly a contender.
Buffalo has two shutouts in four games, but has played Ben Roethlisberger, Davis Mills, Taylor Heinicke and Jacoby Brissett. Up next? Patrick Mahomes.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
3-1 LW: 2
The champs, saved by an upright. They claim the top spot, but they need to improve defensively.