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Easy one this week. Only had to get to the Strength of Victory tiebreaker twice.

AFC
1. Indianapolis (7-0, South Division Champions)
2. Denver (6-1, West Division Champions)
3. Cincinnati (5-2, North Division Champions, H2H win over Pittsburgh, 3-2 in conference, SoV 18-18)
4. New England (5-2, East Division Champions, 3-2 in conference, SoV 12-24)
5. Pittsburgh (5-2, H2H loss to Cincinnati)
6. Houston (5-3)
7. Baltimore (4-3, H2H win over San Diego)
8. San Diego (4-3, H2H loss to Baltimore)
9. New York Jets (4-4)
10. Miami (3-4, 3-2 in conference)
11. Jacksonville (3-4, 2-2 in conference)
12. Buffalo (3-5)
13. Oakland (2-6)
14. Tennessee (1-6, 1-6 in conference)
15. Kansas City (1-6, 0-3 in conference)
16. Cleveland (1-7)

NFC
1. New Orleans (7-0, South Division Champions)
2. Minnesota (7-1, North Division Champions)
3. Philadelphia (5-2, East Division Champions, 2-0 in divisional games)
4. Arizona (4-3, West Division Champions)
5. Dallas (5-2, 0-1 in divisonal games)
6. New York Giants (5-3)
7. Atlanta (4-3, 3-2 in conference, SoV 13-15)
8. Green Bay (4-3, H2H win over Chicago, 3-2 in conference, SoV 7-23)
ATL/GB NOTE: At the end of the year, the two teams common opponents will be San Francisco, Chicago, Tampa Bay, and Dallas. Currently Green Bay is 1-0 against those teams, while Atlanta is 2-1 against those teams. However, as of yet they don't have enough common games to qualify.
9. Chicago Bears (4-3, H2H loss to Green Bay)
10. San Francisco (3-4, 3-2 in conference)
11. Carolina (3-4, 3-3 in conference)
12. Washington (2-5, 2-4 in conference)
13. Seattle (2-5, 1-4 in conference)
14. Detroit (1-6)
15. St. Louis (1-7)
16. Tampa Bay (0-7)
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I still don't get why scoring 49 on Kentucky is so impressive. Kentucky is going to win to about three games this year, right? Yes, 49 points is impressive, but if you want to call yourself a top five team (let alone best team in the country)
- BigSteve, AP/Harris polls (2005)
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