Remember when passing for 300-or-more yards was a big deal? Well,
Peyton Manning has done it in nine of 10 games this season.
2 Seahawks 10-1 +1
Russell Wilson is 13-0 at home in his career and won his 21st game overall on Sunday. He is tied with Dan Marino and just one shy of
Ben Roethlisberger for the most wins in the first two seasons of a career.
It may have come down to a controversial call at the end of the game, but I hope that doesn't overshadow
Cam Newton's growth as a leader and a player. He was surgeon Monday night.
6 Patriots 7-3 -2
The Patriots can't afford to sulk and blame the referees. They need to move on quickly with the Broncos coming to town this weekend.
7 Colts 7-3 +2
The Colts' three-game lead in the AFC South is the widest margin for any current division leader in the conference.
8 49ers 6-4 -2
You can blame
Colin Kaepernick all you want, but I'm blaming his receivers. Even on the interception that resulted in a lucky touchback,
Mario Manningham has to beat the DB to the spot and put his body between the defender and the ball.
9 Bears 6-4 +1
Is there a QB controversy in Chicago?
10 Bengals 7-4 +3
Here are some numbers to ponder.
Andy Dalton, 13 for 27, 93 yards.
AJ Green, two receptions, 7 yards. And not only did they win, but they scored 41 points. How is that even possible?
11 Lions 6-4 -3
If the Lions convert on that fake field goal, Jim Schwartz is a genius, but since he didn't, he becomes the village idiot. It's a fine line in the NFL.
12 Eagles 6-5 +2
Nick Foles had 47 yards on the ground on Sunday and now has just as many rushing touchdowns as Michael Vick does on the season. I'd say he has a pretty firm hold on the starting quarterback position for the remainder of the season.
13 Jets 5-5 -1
W, L, W, L, W, L, W, L, W, L. Please keep your seatbelt fastened and your arms and legs inside the Genocoaster at all times.
The Dolphins won on Sunday, but it really didn't look all that different than their previous six games in which they went 1-5.
Ryan Tannehill is on pace to be sacked 65 times this season after four more on Sunday.
20 Rams 4-6
Of the Rams final six games, five of them will be against teams with a winning record, and three of their opponents are currently leading their respective divisions. Ouch.
21 Chargers 4-6 -5
The Chargers' six losses this season have come by a combined 34-point margin. That's less than a touchdown per loss.
22 Bills 4-7 +5
E.J. Manuel finished 20 for 28 for 245 yards and two touchdowns with his two best receivers inactive in the game. This kid has a bright future.
At least they figured out how to get
Ray Rice going, but now it's
Joe Flacco that needs a kick in the rear. Flacco has five picks in the last three games, and his passer rating has decreased in each of the last five.
24 Titans 4-6 -1
Chris Johnson's two rushing touchdowns on Thursday matched his season total leading up to that game.
25 Raiders 4-6 +5
Dennis Allen won just his second game on the road as a head coach, with a quarterback that started the season on the practice squad.
26 Redskins 3-7 -4
Washington has been getting absolutely crushed in the the first half of games all season long, and you simply can't expect to climb out of those deficits on a weekly basis.
27 Buccaneers 2-8 +5
Doug Martin who? The Bucs have now rushed for more than 140 yards in each of their last three games and scored a season-high 41 points on Sunday.