1. Denver Broncos - The second half of the Giants game looked a lot like the second half of the Ravens game.
2. Seattle Seahawks - Marshawn Lynch had another big day against the 49ers and the defense completely shut down Colin Kaepernick.
3. San Francisco 49ers - It was a tough night for pretty much the entire team. It happens, especially on the road against a good team like Seattle.
4. Baltimore Ravens - It wasn't pretty, but the defending champs found a way to pull out a must-win against the Browns.
5. Green Bay Packers - Aaron Rodgers just carved up a Washington defense that looked like it was playing with eight guys.
6. New England Patriots - Give them credit for going 2-0 to start the year, but it's not like they've beaten anyone. There are going to be some growing pains with all of the new receivers, and now Danny Amendola might be out six weeks.
7. Houston Texans - DeAndre Hopkins is proving to be a difference-maker, and the Texans rallied to get past the pesky Titans.
8. New Orleans Saints - Speaking of rallies, how about that last second comeback in Tampa Bay?
9. Atlanta Falcons - The Falcons took care of business against St. Louis, but this team has to be concerned about some of the injuries piling up.
10. Chicago Bears - The Bears sure know how to keep their fans on the edge of their seats, squeaking out another close victory to move to 2-0.
11. Cincinnati Bengals - Giovani Bernard showed why he is dangerous in open space as the Bengals bounced back with a win over Pittsburgh.
12. Dallas Cowboys - Beginning with the Cowboys, the next ten teams could really go in any order at this early stage of the season.
13. Miami Dolphins - That's two nice road wins to start the season, and even Mike Wallace is happy this time around.
14. Kansas City Chiefs - Alex Smith may be a game manager, but he is much better at his role than Matt Cassell ever was.
15. New York Giants - The Giants have a lot of issues. It's hard to even know where to start. The offensive line and secondary must play better.
16. Indianapolis Colts - The Colts have looked a bit shakier on both sides of the ball than I expected after the first two games.
17. Philadelphia Eagles - The Eagles put up a lot of points again, but the offense wasn't quite as good as last week and the defense really struggled.
18. Detroit Lions - Matthew Stafford avoided key turnovers, but the Lions still couldn't get a key road win.
19. St. Louis Rams - The Rams made a nice comeback, but you can't fall behind three touchdowns on the road to a team as good as Atlanta.
20. Minnesota Vikings - Christian Ponder actually played better than I expected against a tough Bears defense, but the Vikings still had too many turnovers in a devastating loss.
21. Tennessee Titans - I'm sure the Titans would have been happy with a 1-1 mark after road games against Pittsburgh and Houston, but they had the Texans on the ropes and couldn't finish them off.
22. Washington Redskins - RGIII can get somewhat of a pass coming off the ACL injury, but there are no excuses for what's taking place on the defensive side of the ball. The tackling is atrocious, especially in the secondary.
23. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - That's now two straight weeks of disastrous play in the final moments. Greg Schiano is going to start to feel the heat after the offseason additions.
24. Carolina Panthers - For the second straight week, the Panthers played well and then just couldn't find a way to seal the deal.
25. Pittsburgh Steelers - Pittsburgh's defense is still solid, but they have major problems on the offensive side of the ball.
26. Buffalo Bills - E.J. Manuel helped the Bills to a come-from-behind win, and it looks like Buffalo might be a factor in the AFC East.
27. San Diego Chargers - I'm not quite ready to buy into the Chargers, but coming across the country on a short week to beat the Eagles in a 1 p.m. kickoff impressed me.
28. Arizona Cardinals - The Cardinals didn't have a great defensive day, but they finally have a quarterback who can help them win high-scoring games.
29. Cleveland Browns - The Browns need an offense to complement that underrated defense. Maybe Josh Gordon's return will spark Brandon Weeden and Co.
30. Oakland Raiders - It wasn't pretty, but the Raiders already have their first win just two weeks into the season.
31. New York Jets - The Jets remarkably were only a touchdown away from a 2-0 start and beating the Patriots in New England. That defense can still play.
32. Jacksonville Jaguars - The Jaguars are really bad, and I don't think it matters who plays quarterback.