1.) New Orleans (10-0) [no change]
The Saints kept it rolling against Tampa Bay. Next Monday could be the Game of the Year as New England comes to town.
2.) Indianapolis (10-0) [no change]
Indianapolis made another great escape in Baltimore. Oh, the irony. Next, they come down to my stomping grounds in Houston.
3.) Minnesota (9-1) [no change]
Favre for MVP? It's not completely ridiculous, even if I wouldn't vote for him.
4.) Arizona (7-3) [+1]
Kurt Warner bowed out after he felt "not perfect". How he bounces back will undoubtedly affect the Cardinals' postseason chances; with him, they win the division. Without him, who knows? Matt Leinart isn't ready for prime time, still.
5.) San Diego (7-3) [+1]
Talk about beating down a division rival. San Diego crushed Denver, likely killing whatever playoff chance the Broncos had.
6.) Dallas (7-3) [+2]
A win is a win, but these guys can do much better. I really shouldn't even move them up.
7.) New England (7-3) [+2]
The Patriots proved once again that they're mentally tough, despite whatever happens in previous games.
8.) Green Bay (6-4) [+2]
They followed a dominant win with a somewhat fluky win. Obviously, they're not catching Minnesota, but a Wild Card isn't out of the question yet.
9.) Philadelphia (6-4)
Donovan McNabb and LeSean McCoy came up big when the Eagles needed it. There was also a Michael Vick sighting, and it was a nice run too.
10.) Cincinnati (7-3) [-6]
Most disappointing team of the week? It's either these idiots or the Steelers, who aren't even in the Rankings this week (I'd still have them in, but Philly won, and I like to keep winners in).