Last week in parentheses.
1. Seahawks 2-1 (2): Let a 14-point lead slip away but hung on in overtime to win at home for the 19th time in 20 games, including the posteason.
2. Broncos 2-1 (1): Biggest takeaway from loss was defense is much improved, tougher than it was when they faced Seahawks in Super Bowl.
5. Eagles 3-0 (3): Plenty of corrections to be made on defense, but offense is clicking and will thrive in bottom-heavy NFC East.
7. Chargers 2-1 (10): Avoided classic letdown after upset of Seahawks by going across the country to Buffalo and taking care of business.
9. Bears 2-1 (11): Finding ways to win while facing a little adversity and without being able to run the ball the last two weeks was impressive.
11. Colts 1-2 (13): First win came by getting down to what they do well at Jacksonville — dominate the AFC South. Titans are up next.
12. Ravens 2-1 (14): Joe Flacco engineered the 20th game-winning fourth-quarter drive of his career and rookie Lorenzo Taliaferro ran for 91 yards at Cleveland.
13. Steelers 2-1 (16): Maligned defense responded in big road win at Carolina and RB Le'Veon Bell is averaging a robust 5.9 yards per carry.
14. Falcons 2-1 (17): Blowout of Bucs will be followed by road trips to Vikings and Giants, providing opportunity to stack some victories.
16. Packers 1-2 (8): Seven points was their lowest output in a game Rodgers started and finished since he took over for Brett Favre in 2008.
17. 49ers 1-2 (6): Injuries starting to pile up and Jim Harbaugh's team looks out of sorts. Way out of sorts.
18. Cowboys 2-1 (26): Rallying from a 21-point deficit at St. Louis tied for the biggest comeback in franchise history.
24. Titans 1-2 (21): How long will they stick with Jake Locker? According to ESPN, he was 6 of 20 for 98 yards with two picks on passes longer than 5 yards in loss at Cincinnati.
25. Texans 2-1 (22): That streaking object you saw flying through the sky? That was the Texans falling back to earth in a loss at the Giants.
26. Giants 1-2 (30): Awful lot of mistakes made in their first victory of season, but meltdown was avoided this time with a win over the Texans.
29. Dolphins 1-2 (20): QB Ryan Tannehill could be benched and the Miami Herald reports defensive players were "beyond furious, irate" with defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle.
31. Raiders 0-3 (32): Believe it or not, this is their first 0-3 start since 2006. Now off to London. Does Dennis Allen make it back as head coach?