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(Last week in parentheses)

1. Houston Texans. J.J. Watt to Ray Rice: “I’ve eaten burritos bigger than you.” (3)

2. Atlanta Falcons. Next 2 games tougher. (1)

3. N.Y. Giants. Eli has won 5 of last 7 vs. ’Boys. (4)

4. San Francisco 49ers. Gore on way to 6th 1,000-yard season. (5)

5. Chicago Bears. League-high 21 takeaways. (6)

6. Green Bay Packers. Defense ranks 9th. (7)

7. Baltimore Ravens. Ngata getting little help on D-line. (2)

8. Seattle Seahawks. Offense ranks 30th. (8)

9. New England Patriots. Tom Brady greater than 12th Century Mongol archer on horseback. (9)

10. Washington Redskins. Alfred Morris: 658 yards. (10)

11. Dallas Cowboys. A mediocre No. 11. (12)

12. Denver Broncos. Peyton making Eric Decker look good. (13)

13. Pittsburgh Steelers. Big Ben 14-1 at home vs. NFC. (16)

14. Philadelphia Eagles. Have won 13 straight after bye. (14)

15. Minnesota Vikings. Harvin on pace for 120 catches. (11)

16. San Diego Chargers. Underachieving (again). (17)

17. N.Y. Jets. Wondering whatever happened to Winston Hill? (18)

18. Miami Dolphins. Tannehill 11 of 19 on throws 20-plus yards downfield. (21)

19. Detroit Lions. Despite Megatron, Lions are bad in red zone. (15)

20. Cincinnati Bengals. Very disappointing. (22)

21. St. Louis Rams. Rams’ Finnegan vs. Pats’ Welker a great matchup. (23)

22. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Josh Freeman bouncing back. (24)

23. Tennessee Titans. Wright leads rookies with 32 catches. (28)

24. Buffalo Bills. Likely to get worse before it gets better. (19)

25. Arizona Cardinals. LB Washington excels. (20)

26. Indianapolis Colts. IU on way to 17th losing year in last 18. (27)

27. New Orleans Saints. Sproles has 118 catches last 22 games. (26)

28. Oakland Raiders. ND soph George Atkinson III (No. 4) averaging 8 yds/carry. (30)

29. Carolina Panthers. Hurney out, Rivera on borrowed time. (25)

30. Cleveland Browns. Rookie OT Schwartz doing the job. (29)

31. Jacksonville Jaguars. 60 Minutes profiles Shad Khan tonight. (31)

32. Kansas City Chiefs. K-State’s Snyder rivals Belichick for great coaching. (32)