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Biggest jump: Colts, 15 to 9 • Biggest fall: Broncos, 8 to 15

1. Chiefs, 11-2 (Last week: 2)

Best curveball pitcher in football: Patrick Mahomes.

2. Saints, 11-2 (3)

Best Swiss army knife in football: Taysom Hill.

3. Rams, 11-2 (1)

Very, very thankful the NFC doesn’t go through Chicago.

4. Cowboys, 8-5 (5)

Happiest ex-Raider in football, offense: Amari Cooper.

5. Bears, 9-4 (10)

Happiest ex-Raider in football, defense: Khalil Mack.

6. Patriots, 9-4 (4)

Wacky ending results in fourth consecutive loss at Miami.

7. Seahawks, 8-5 (7)

The running team Mike Zimmer wants his Vikings to be.

8. Chargers, 10-3 (9)

Thursday nights? Boring? Next up: Chargers vs. Chiefs.

9. Colts, 7-6 (15)

Vintage NFL: Lose to Jags, beat Texans a week later.

10. Texans, 9-4 (6)

Opponent topped 23 points for first time in nine games.

11. Ravens, 7-6 (11)

Will be a tough out if they can hang on to sixth seed.

12. Dolphins, 7-6 (17)

Wait. A big play in the AFC East went against the Pats?

13. Titans, 7-6 (16)

Past six games: Win two, lose two, win two.

14. Vikings, 6-6-1 (13)

Kirk Cousins takes down John DeFilippo for first career sack.

15. Broncos, 6-7 (8)

Vintage NFL II: Beat Chargers, Steelers, lose to 49ers.

16. Steelers, 7-5-1 (12)

This is why people hate kickers not named Vinatieri.

17. Eagles, 6-7 (14)

Gave up 455 yards passing … to the Cowboys.

18. Giants, 5-8 (18)

Reached 40 points for first time since Week 8 of 2015.

19. Browns, 5-7-1 (22)

Baker Mayfield threw with pinpoint accuracy Sunday.

20. Buccaneers, 5-8 (19)

Winston had 20 incompletions, 18 completions on Sunday.

21. Lions, 5-8 (23)

Will finish worse than Jim Caldwell’s 9-7 mark in ’17.

22. Packers, 5-7-1 (27)

Philbin would challenge this ranking, but he doesn’t have any left.

23. Redskins, 6-7 (20)

Josh Johnson will start Sunday. Next up: Jurgensen?

24. Jaguars, 4-9 (21)

Next up: Cody Kessler vs. Josh Johnson!

25. Jets, 4-9 (30)

Can share the pain when Texans visit Saturday.

26. Bills, 4-9 (24)

As a QB, Josh Allen is one heck of a RB.

27. Raiders, 3-10 (31)

Only thing left to do is lose the No. 1 overall pick.

28. Panthers, 6-7 (25)

Newton either has a shoulder injury or needs glasses.

29. 49ers, 3-10 (32)

Not exactly Montana to Rice, Mullens to Kittle works.

30. Cardinals, 3-10 (26)

Rank 32nd with 242.4 yards per game. Next worst: 292.0

31. Bengals, 5-8 (29)

In one season, Hue Jackson has ridden two teams into AFC North cellar.

32. Falcons, 4-9 (28)

Another year will pass without host team in the Super Bowl.