Every week it seems we have multiple threads complaining about our spots on a certain lists and I thought it'd be easier to keep everything condensed to one thread. Week 2 CBS Sportsline Pats: #8 (Last Week: 17) I buried them last week when Tom Brady went down. Maybe that was a bit premature. They still might be a playoff team. Cold, Hard, Football Facts Pats: #5 (Last Week: 5) The Patriots ran 33 times and passed 23 times in a methodical 19-10 road win over the Jets. They were held under 20 points for the second week in a row â€“ the first time thatâ€™s happened since Weeks 12-13 in 2005 (also against the Chiefs and Jets). New England is on pace to complete 176 passes to wide receivers this year for 2,112 yards and 8 TDs; in 2007, the Patriots completed 292 passes to wideouts for 3,814 yards and 39 TDs. New Englandâ€™s underdog status wonâ€™t follow them back home against the Dolphins. Miami, meanwhile, is the last team to beat the Patriots in the regular season, back in December 2006. The Dolphins are 1-20 since then; the Patriots are 25-2 (including playoffs). ESPN Pats: #6 (Last Week: 9) They're still the AFC East team to beat even if they don't have superduperstar QB Tom Brady. Matt Cassel played it safe against the Jets, and that was good enough. They should be 3-0 with the Dolphins coming to Foxborough. Football Locks Pats: #3 (Last Week: 3) New England reminded the league they're more than just Tom Brady... Their offensive line is solid, their defensive line is solid, their receivers are great, their linebackers are seasoned (in a good way), their coaching is top notch, and Cassel did what he needed to do against the Jets-- not turn the ball over. Pro Football Weekly Pats: #4 (Last Week: 7) Matt Cassel jerseys selling by the dozens now. Walter Football Pats: #17 (Last Week: 19) No Comment USA Today Pats: #1 (Last Week: #1) No Comment Yahoo Pats: #7 (Last Week: 10) How long until LaMont Jordan becomes the teamâ€™s primary ball carrier?