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(Last week in parentheses)

1. San Francisco 49ers. Marshawn won’t top 80 yards on Niners today. (1).

2. Denver Broncos. Peyton Manning greater than Muir Woods. (2).

3. Seattle Seahawks. Wilson had 17 TDs, 2 INTs at home last year. (3).

4. Atlanta Falcons. Rams a tough matchup for ATL. (4).

5. Houston Texans. Manziel antics almost make you want to root for Nick Saban. (6).

6. Dallas Cowboys. Johnny Football thinks his helmet logo stands for ATM. (11)

7. New England Patriots. Gronk can’t get healthy soon enough. (8).

8. New Orleans Saints. Bucs spent $137M (Revis, Goldson) to stop Drew Brees. Will it work? (14)

9. Chicago Bears. CHI-MIN home team has won 17 of last 20 meetings. (15)

10. Green Bay Packers. Rodgers has won 19 of last 20 at home. (9).

11. Philadelphia Eagles. Fantasy stud: McCoy had 31 carries last week. (24)

12. Baltimore Ravens. 33-7 at home under Harbaugh. (7).

13. Indianapolis Colts. Luck already has 8 GW drives. (12).

14. Washington Redskins. Morris has 9 TDs last 7 games. (5).

15. Cincinnati Bengals. Time to step up and spank Steelers. (10).

16. NY Giants. Eli is 0-2 vs. Peyton. (13)

17. Detroit Lions. DE Robert Quinn should whip LT Levi Brown. (19)

18. St Louis Rams. Jeff Fisher good at playing top teams close. (17)

19. Tennessee Titans. DT Jurrell Casey a budding star. (25)

20. Miami Dolphins. Will Wake feast on Colts OL? (18)

21. Minnesota Vikings. Ponder is an elite handoffer. (16).

22. Carolina Panthers. Charlotte’s Tavern on the Tracks will be nuts today. (23)

23. NY Jets. Mack Brown, Lane Kiffin making Rex Ryan’s seat look cool. (29)

24. Kansas City Chiefs. Bowe already has 2nd most catches in Chiefs history. (21)

25. Pittsburgh Steelers. Tomlin’s coaching genius will be tested. (20)

26. San Diego Chargers. Tough turnaround from MNF to 1 p.m. East Coast start. (26)

27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Nobody in NFL needs a big day more than Josh Freeman. (22)

28. Buffalo Bills. It’s on EJ; can’t see Bills running on Panthers. (27)

29. Oakland Raiders. Rushed for 171 last week. (32)

30: Arizona Cardinals. Cards’ nosebleed seats $91.85; Bills’ $50. (30)

31. Cleveland Browns. Brandon Weeden sacked going to breakfast buffet today. Not a good start. (28)

32. Jacksonville Jaguars. Eagles had more yards in first 12 minutes than Jags had in opener. (31)