By Jared Sturgell

 

At number 10 is the Seahawks at 5-3. The Seahawks have not really done anything spectacular, they have had some big wins to put them at number 10.

Number 9 is the Chiefs at 6-3. The Chiefs started off 5-0 with some major wins; the three losses that they have had were against some quality teams.

At number 8 is the Cowboys, the Cowboys moved up after their big win against the Chiefs last week, their defense held the Chiefs to only 17 points throughout the whole game.

Number 7 is the Jaguars at 5-3, the Jaguars came out and stuffed the Bengals with only 29 yards on 17 carries and the secondary absolutely smothered the Bengals.

At number 6 is the Vikings at 6-2, the Vikings have shocked the NFL with how they have done this season, but their defense has been the key to success, they have been doing well since week 1.

At number 5 is the Saints at 6-2, the Saints have done well, leading the rushing game is Alvin Kamara, last week he had 16 touches for 152 yards and 2 touchdowns, that’s only one player, stack on the other offensive playmakers and you have a well-rounded offense.

Number 4 is the Patriots, at 6-2. Finally, the Patriots aren’t in the top 2, The Patriots started off the season with a tough loss to the Chiefs.

At number 3 is the Steelers at 6-2, The Steelers have multiple playmakers on the offense including Le’Veon Bell, Antonio Brown and JuJu Smith, JuJu has been on the field 65 percent of the offensive snaps and he is averaging 17.7 yards a catch; he needs to be out on the field more.

Number 2 is the Rams at 6-2. the Rams are well rounded with Todd Gurley, Jared Goff, and Sammy Watkins.

Number 1 is the Eagles at 8-1, the Eagles have dominated every team except for the Chiefs.

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