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Spoiler alert for the ;tldr crowd, the Jets are still not in the top ten.

1. Kansas City Chiefs (3-0) – Any doubt about which team is the best in the league was put to rest Monday night. There is a big gap between the Chiefs and the league’s next best teams. Last Week: 1

2. Green Bay Packers (3-0) – The Pack have two very solid road wins in their first three games. They appear to be the class of the NFC thus far. Last Week: 5

3. Baltimore Ravens (2-1) – The Ravens will need to solve the Chiefs if they want to reach the Super Bowl. The rematch will likely be at Arrowhead Stadium in the AFC Championship. Last Week: 2

4. Tennessee Titans (3-0) – The Titans are 3-0 and have not won a game by more than three points. They play at home the next two weeks against the Steelers and Bills. We should have a clearer picture about who will contend in the AFC besides the Chiefs and Ravens after that. Last Week: 3

5. Pittsburgh Steelers (3-0) – The Steelers put the Texans to bed with a solid fourth quarter. They held Houston to just 29 rushing yards for the day. Last Week: 4

6. Buffalo Bills (3-0) – It never should have come to it, but the Bills pulled out a late win against the Rams Sunday. Josh Allen is having an MVP start to the season. Last Week: 6

7. Seattle Seahawks (3-0) – Russell Wilson is playing on a different level than everyone else. The defense needs to figure out its issues for this team to last in January. Last Week: 7

8. New England Patriots (2-1) – The Patriots still play solid football. There’s enough offense with Cam at QB to complement the defense. Last Week: Unranked

9. Chicago Bears (3-0) The Bears are not the most impressive undefeated team, but Foles does add a dimension to the offense that they did not have with Trubisky under center. Last Week: Unranked

10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-1) Tampa’s offense is starting to jell. The defense held Denver to just 42 yards on the ground Sunday. They have the fourth ranked defense in terms of yards allowed per game. Brady will make that work. Last Week: Unranked

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