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    Some terrific games this week, and the Sweet 16 is starting to come more into focus.

    1. Houston (--) - So far, the best team in football.

    2. Atlanta (--) - Sure, it took a miracle play by Ryan and Roddy White, but hey, way to go.

    3. San Francisco (+1) - Utterly dominating performance against the J-E-T-S.

    4. New England (+2) - Now *that* was an impressive second half vs. Buffalo.

    5. Green Bay (--) - Leapfrogged by the Pats despite a win.

    6. Baltimore (+1) - Defense is actually more suspect than I thought it would be.

    7. Arizona (+1) - Still undefeated after a great comeback win vs. Miami.

    8. Philadelphia (+2) - Hung on for dear life against the Giants, but sitting at 3-1 atop the NFC East.

    9. NY Giants (-6) - Hate to move them down this far, but I have to.

    10. Chicago (+3) - Punished the Cowboys. I have no faith in their consistency, however.

    11. Minnesota (+3) - At 3-1, one of the biggest surprises of the season.

    12. Cincinnati (--) - Also at 3-1, winners of three in a row.

    13. San Diego (N/A) - Back in the Sweet 16 after falling out last week. We'll see if they're here to stay.

    14. Denver (N/A) - Huge game against the Patriots this week. Manning vs. Brady.

    15. Buffalo (-6) - Huge drop for the Bills, who had a legit shot to beat the Patriots after going up 21-7. Gotta finish that game.

    16. St. Louis (N/A) - Nice win this week puts them in the Sweet 16 for the first time.

    Moving Up: SF, NE, Bal, Ari, Phi, Chi, Min
    Moving Down: NYG, Buf
    Moving In: SD, Den, StL
    Moving Out: Dal, Sea, NYJ

    MVP at the Quarter Pole: Matt Ryan, Atl
    Defensive Player of the Year at the Quarter Pole: J.J. Watt, Hou
    Rookie of the Year at the Quarter Pole: Chandler Jones, NE
    Surprise Success Team at the Quarter Pole: Ari (runner up: Min)
    Surprise Disappointing Team at the Quarter Pole: NO (runner up: Det)
    Best Division at the Quarter Pole: NFC North
    Worst Division at the Quarter Pole: NFC South
    Predicted #1 Seeds at the Quarter Pole: Houston, Atlanta
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    How are the Patriots at 2-2 ahead of the teams that are 3-1 and 4-0 and beat them?
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    Because I believe the Patriots are better. Why else would I have them higher?
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