This is how the NFL's 32 teams stack up after Week 2:
IN THE HUNT
Teams, listed with record and previous week's ranking, that look good enough to be among the 12 playoff qualifiers, but not based on conference:
1. New England (2-0; 2): Can we dispense with the silly conclusions that the Patriots are better at cheating than playing honestly great football?
2. Indianapolis (2-0; 1): Vince Young is amazing, but it shouldn't have been that hard for the Colts to win at Tennessee.
4. Pittsburgh (2-0; 5): So much for Mike Tomlin having a tough time filling those huge head-coaching shoes.
5. Green Bay (2-0; 8): The ageless wonder makes it look as easy on the field as he does in those blue jean commercials.
6. Houston (2-0; unranked): What a difference a quarterback makes.
7. Detroit (2-0; 10): Don't look now but the Lions have put together something that looks as if it could be very special.
8. Washington (2-0; unranked): Playing strong defense while overcoming key injuries on the offensive line makes this a legitimate top-10 team.
9. Denver (2-0; 11): Two weeks, two narrow escapes.
10. San Diego (1-1; 3): What's wrong with these guys?
11. San Francisco (2-0; unranked): With a strong defense, Mike Nolan is OK with playing it ultra-safe on offense.
12. Arizona (1-1; unranked):Ken Whisenhunt and Russ Grimm are making good things happen for the Cardinals' offense.
MIDDLE OF THE PACK
Baltimore Ravens (1-1)
Carolina Panthers (1-1)
Chicago Bears (1-1)
Cincinnati Bengals (1-1)
Cleveland Browns (1-1)
Jacksonville Jaguars (1-1)
Minnesota Vikings (1-1)
Oakland Raiders (0-2)
Seattle Seahawks (1-1)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-1)
Tennessee Titans (1-1)
Atlanta Falcons (0-2)
Buffalo Bills (0-2)
Kansas City Chiefs (0-2)
Miami Dolphins (0-2)
New Orleans Saints (0-2)
New York Giants (0-2)
New York Jets (0-2)
Philadelphia Eagles (0-2)
St. Louis Rams (0-2)
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