There are a lot of great storylines in the NFL this season. From Dak and Romo, to Odell Beckham Jr. we have enough stories to cover all 24 hours in the day. For now, we are just going to rank the teams that are in the top 10 and continue to watch the best reality show on television.
1. Minnesota Vikings (5-0)
The Vikings were on a bye this past week. Up next, Minnesota travels to Philly to take on the Eagles. Can their defense rattle the rookie, Carson Wentz, and try to double his number of turnovers?
2. New England Patriots (5-1)
New England looks close to unstoppable with Captain America, also known as Tom Brady, back behind center. He will need to pull out the heroics if they plan to beat the Steelers in Pittsburgh.
3. Dallas Cowboys (5-1)
The Cowboys ran all over the Green Bay Packers, as Ezekiel Elliott ran for 157 of the 191 Dallas rushing yards. Dallas have a bye this week and an upcoming quarterback dilemma sometime after they return.
4. Seattle Seahawks (4-1)
The Seahawks barely escaped last week with a controversial win over Atlanta. Up next is a Sunday night showdown with the Arizona Cardinals.
5. Atlanta Falcons (4-2)
Atlanta showed a lot of heart in a tough loss to Seattle last week. This week we will see if they are able to bounce back as they host the San Diego Chargers on Sunday.
6. Buffalo Bills (4-2)
The Buffalo Bills have won four in a row appearing to rally around head coach Rex Ryan. Next, the Bills travel to Miami to see if they can make it five in a row before hosting the Patriots.
7. Washington Redskins (4-2)
Washington has also won four in a row after running all over the Eagles. They travel to Detroit and take on the Lions, who are 2-1 at home.
8. Kansas City Chiefs (3-2)
The Chiefs had their way with the Raiders this past Sunday. That offense should continue to flourish as Kansas City hosts the New Orleans Saints whose defense gives up an average of 33.6 points per game.
9. Denver Broncos (4-2)
The Broncos need to regroup. They have lost their past two games. The defense is trying but the offense isn’t matching the effort. They get a chance to bounce back on Monday night as they host the Houston Texans.
10. Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2)
Pittsburgh picked up their second L this past week against the Miami Dolphins. The Steelers have bigger issues as QB Ben Roethlisberger is now out with a knee injury while going up against New England.
By Gordon Robinson