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(Last week in parentheses)
1. New England Patriots. Tom Brady greater than ceviche at Hutch's. (2)
2. San Francisco 49ers. Haven't laid egg under Harbaugh. (3)
3. Baltimore Ravens. Ozzie hit another homer with Torrey Smith. (8)
4. Denver Broncos. Manning mania: Colorado farmer made corn maze of Peyton. (5)
5. Green Bay Packers. Matthews has 29.5 sacks more than Maybin. (1)
6. Dallas Cowboys. Had extra time to prepare for 'Hawks. (7)
7. Houston Texans. Pass rushers coming out of their ears. (10)
8. Pittsburgh Steelers. It's all on Ben. Pitt won't run on Jets. (6)
9. Philadelphia Eagles. Memo to Vick: Don't throw late over the middle! (11)
10. Atlanta Falcons. Don't have the defensive studs to stop Peyton. (13)
11. Detroit Lions. Sympathy to Schwartz: Harbaugh has some punk in him. (14)
12. N.Y. Giants. Pierre-Paul 6 sacks in last 5 games. (9)
13. N.Y. Jets. If Stephen Hill plays like that all year, Jets will be living very well. (19)
14. Chicago Bears. Memo to Cutler: Win more before turning diva. (12)
15. San Diego Chargers. Antonio Gates is back. (16)
16. New Orleans Saints. TE Graham 19 for 275 in last 3 vs. Carolina. (4)
17. Cincinnati Bengals. Petitioning for move to NFC West. (15)
18. Washington Redskins. Lugging load of Rams picks to St. Louis. (24)
19. Buffalo Bills. '64 opener vs. K.C. great: 31-3 at half. (17)
20. Kansas City Chiefs. Wondering whatever happened to Jim Marsalis. (18)
21. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. DT Gerald McCoy opened with bang. (26)
22: Arizona Cardinals. Kevin Kolb entering Pats' wood-chipper. (28)
23. Minnesota Vikings. AP passed Robert Smith as Vikes' No. 1 all-time rusher. (29)
24. Jacksonville Jaguars. Alualu-Knighton DT combo is good. (25)
25. Tennessee Titans. Like TE Jared Cook. (22)
26. Carolina Panthers. DBs are shaky. (21)
27. Seattle Seahawks. Need Golden Tate to mature. (20)
28. Oakland Raiders. Run DMC more! (23)
29. Indianapolis Colts. N.D. had no choice, but FB program still diminished with ACC deal. (27)
30. St. Louis Rams. Bradford needs to beat RG3. (30)
31. Cleveland Browns. Factory of Sadness. (31)
32. Miami Dolphins. Any week in which Miami is No. 32 is not all bad. (32)