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1 (1) Falcons 8-2 The Falcons' pass protection was nearly flawless against Rams team that led NFL in sacks. (Sando)
2 (2) Patriots 8-2 Now that they've beaten the Colts, they have to take care of Jets on Dec. 6 to make sure they don't play in Indianapolis in the playoffs. (Clayton)
3 (4) Ravens 7-3 Defense gets its swagger back with two TDs against Carolina. (Walker)
4 (3) Jets 8-2 Santonio Holmes is replacing Mariano Rivera as New York's best closer. (Clayton)
5 (5) Steelers 7-3 Pittsburgh had 163 penalty yards and still beat Oakland by 32 points. (Walker)

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6 (6) Eagles 7-3 Michael Vick was impressive overcoming adversity Sunday on what wasn't his best night. (Clayton)
7 (7) Packers 7-3 QB Aaron Rodgers has seven touchdown passes in his past two games. (Walker)
8 (9) Saints 7-3 Giving injured starters another week's rest seems smart with Thursday game looming. (Sando)
9 (10) Colts 6-4 Home cooking will be good, but the Chargers are capable of giving the Colts fits. (Kuharsky)
10 (8) Giants 6-4 Injuries, turnovers and mistakes are rapidly pulling the Giants down in the standings. (Clayton)

After the jump, #11 through Panthers

11 (11) Buccaneers 7-3 There's no shame in being the third-best team in the NFC South this season. (Sando)
12 (17) Bears 7-3 Bears have quietly won three straight with solid defense. (Walker)
13 (15) Chiefs 6-4 Out of division, dispatched a bad Cardinals team in Week 11. Expect the same in Seattle in Week 12. (Kuharsky)
14 (16) Chargers 5-5 The Chargers are on a roll now and know they've been able to handle the Colts. (Kuharsky)
15 (18) Jaguars 6-4 The Jaguars deserve a lot of credit for the resolve that has them in first place after 10 games. (Kuharsky)

16 (12) Raiders 5-5 Disappointing showing against the Steelers, but the Raiders should get back over .500 as hosts to Miami. (Kuharsky)
17 (13) Titans 5-5 The Titans need to set the drama aside and beat a team struggling even more than they are in Houston on Sunday. (Kuharsky)
18 (21) Redskins 5-5 Donovan McNabb looked good in two-minute situations and on third downs against the Titans. (Clayton)
19 (14) Dolphins 5-5 The Miami Heat might be the hot NBA property, but the real Miami heat is the criticism of recent Dolphins coaching decisions. (Clayton)
20 (19) Texans 4-6 Historically good at stringing together wins after falling out of contention. Are we there yet? (Kuharsky)

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21 (20) Seahawks 5-5 Matt Hasselbeck's recent resurgence makes Seattle much more competitive. (Sando)
22 (23) Rams 4-6 The Rams must win a road game to realistically contend for the NFC West title. (Sando)
23 (22) Browns 3-7 Eric Mangini needs to start winning immediately if he wants to coach Cleveland in 2011. (Walker)
24 (29) Cowboys 3-7 Jon Kitna is starting to get into a rhythm as a QB and a leader filling in for Tony Romo. (Clayton)
25 (24) Vikings 3-7 Can interim coach Leslie Frazier rally the Vikings? It worked for Dallas. (Walker)

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26 (25) 49ers 3-7 Mike Singletary took the blame for the 49ers' predicament. Does he have answers? (Sando)
27 (26) Broncos 3-7 The Broncos have lost five of six and seem to be going nowhere. (Kuharsky)
28 (30) Bills 2-8 The Bills are 2-8 but they have become more competitive and fun to watch in the past month. (Clayton)
29 (27) Cardinals 3-7 The Cardinals seem like a team at risk of going in the tank. Where's the fight? (Sando)
30 (28) Bengals 2-8 Giving up 35 straight points to Buffalo is another sign it's time for the Bengals to start from scratch. (Walker)
31 (31) Lions 2-8 Here's all you need to know about the Lions: They're 4-38 since 2008. (Walker)
32 (32) Panthers 1-9 Ball-control Panthers have lost time-of-possession battle in each of nine defeats. (Sando) 

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This article was published on 2010/11/24