Joe Flacco got off to a red-hot start this year, throwing for 1,849 yards, 12 touchdowns, and five interceptions, while Ray Rice is proving to be a steady starting running back, gathering 525 yards and four touchdowns.Meanwhile, the Ravens' once vaunted defense has been awful this year. They are no longer in the top five in any defensive category and seem to lack a necessary punch this year. Still, the Ravens' 30-7 smackdown of the Broncos was encouraging. 10) Houston Texans (5-3): Grade BHow about them Texans! After they got socked by the Jets in week one, the Texans have rebounded and proven that they are indeed a playoff contender.Matt Schaub has been brilliant and could be the MVP of the league this year, with 2,342 yards, 16 touchdowns, and seven interceptions. He has been dazzling in leading the Texans on a three-game winning streak and will lead the Texans into Indianapolis for a classic clash with the unbeaten Colts. 9) Dallas Cowboys (5-2): Grade BThe Boys just keep rolling along. Tony Romo lit up the Seahawks for 256 yards and three touchdowns on Sunday, as the usually frustrated quarterback is finally showing some zip and spunk behind center. Now, the Boys travel to Philly, where they take on the Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field, a house of horrors for Dallas over the years. 8) Philadelphia Eagles (5-2): Grade BHow about that Eagle offense Donovan McNabb to DeSean Jackson is becoming a lethal combination.
LeSean McCoy has done a nice job leading the ground game for Philly in place of the injured Brian Westbrook.Oh, and as for Michael Vick, he hasn't done much this year the less we have to hear from Vick the better. 7) Pittsburgh Steelers (5-2): Grade BThe Steelers are coming off a bye week still tied for first in the AFC North. They have won four straight with their latest victory over the Vikings two weeks ago proving to be their most impressive. Can they go up to Denver and smack around the very tough Broncos We shall see. 6) New England Patriots (5-2): Grade BTom Brady and the Pats are alive and well. After a sluggish start to the 2009 season, the Pats plastered the Titans and Buccaneers by a combined 94-7! Yeah, that equals major smackdown. This week should be interesting when New England takes on the hot Miami Dolphins. 5) Cincinnati Bengals (5-2): Grade A-The Bengals have been a surprising 5-2 this year, and if not for a screwy final play in the season opener, the Bengals could be 6-1 right now. Carson Palmer has been fantastic, while Chad Ochocinco has been simply great. Tough test over the next two weeks when the Bengals play the Ravens and Steelers. 4) Denver Broncos (6-1): Grade AThe Broncos have been spectacular all year.
Coming into their game against the Ravens, Kyle Orton threw one interception and has provided steady leadership for the Broncos. Can the Broncos rebound against the Steelers 3) Minnesota Vikings (7-1): Grade AHey, you think Brett Favre is still on Cloud Nine after thrashing his old team in Lambeau Field You betcha! Favre finally got his revenge against the Packers as he was seen prancing around the locker room afterwards.Don't let Favre fool you with the tears he throws at the media during post-game interviews inside, the guy is sticking his tongue out at the Packers fans, management, and players. Nah nah ne nah nah. 2) New Orleans Saints (7-0): Grade AThe Saints just keep on marchong on. Their offense found a way to outscore yet another opponent as Drew Brees threw for two scores, while Reggie Bush and Pierre Thomas ran for two more in a 35-27 win over the Falcons.Caveat: The Saints still can't stop anyone. Saints are 7-0 and still the best in the NFC. 1) Indianapolis Colts (7-0): Grade AThe most complete team in the league got a big scare on Sunday when the 49ers held a 14-12 lead into the fourth quarter. Peyton Manning didn't have his best day; he threw for 347 yards but no touchdowns It's not easy being king, is it.
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