How NFL teams rank after two weeks of the regular season:

  • 1. Seahawks (2-0)

    Russell Wilson is undefeated at home as starter (9-0), Seahawks hosting winless Jaguars on Sunday; CB Richard Sherman seven ints. past seven home games

  • 2.

    49ers (1-1)

    Colin Kaepernick 5-0 as starter at home all-time, including playoffs; Anquan Boldin caught five passes for 145 yards and TD vs. Colts in playoffs last season

  • 3. Broncos (2-0)

    Scored a league-high 90 points in the season's first two games; Peyton Manning amassed nine TD passes and no interceptions. Hosting Raiders on Monday night

  • 4. Saints (2-0)

    Drew Brees 2-0 at home vs. Cardinals; Saints second in NFC in yards allowed defensively after allowing most yards in history last season

  • 5. Texans (2-0)

    Play defending Super Bowl champion Ravens on Sunday; Texans first team since merger in 1970 to win first two games of season on final play

  • 6. Patriots (2-0)

    Won 31 of past 34 homes games; Tom Brady seeking to extend streak of games with TD pass to 51 against Buccaneers on Sunday

  • 7. Falcons (1-1)

    Matt Ryan won 10 of past 11 games vs. AFC teams; Falcons playing undefeated Dolphins on Sunday

  • 8. Bears (2-0)

    Jay Cutler 2-0 all-time vs. Steelers; WR Brandon Marshall totaled 596 yards, 6 TDs in five games vs. AFC as member of Bears

  • 9. Dolphins (2-0)

    They are 7-1 whenever Ryan Tannehill posts 90+ passer rating; DE Cameron Wake notched 8 ½ sacks past four games vs. NFC

  • 10. Chiefs (2-0)

    Coach Andy Reid returns to Philadelphia on Thursday for a game against an Eagles team he coached from 1999-2012; wouldn't it be nice to see Reid on the sideline in a Santa outfit?

  • 11. Chargers (1-1)

    Won their past three games on the road against the Titans; overall, Philip Rivers is 5-0 vs. Titans, with a 102.0 passer rating

  • 12. Eagles (1-1)

    Host the Chiefs, who already have matched their victory total from 2012; scored the third-most points (31.5 average) through the first two games

  • 13. Cowboys (1-1)

    DeMarco Murray rushed for franchise-record 253 yards in last game vs. Rams; TE Jason Witten has a TD reception in all three home games against Rams

  • 14. Packers (1-1)

    Aaron Rodgers is 8-2 past 10 games vs. AFC teams, with 28 TDs and 3 interceptions; Packers play Bengals on Sunday

  • 15. Ravens (1-1)

    Defeated Texans five of six times teams played, including all three times at home; Terrell Suggs recorded five sacks in five games vs. Texans

  • 16. Bengals (1-1)

    Andy Dalton passed for 10 TDs and only one interception in past five home games; Geno Atkins leads all DTs with 13 ½ sacks since start of 2012 season

  • 17. Colts (1-1)

    Reggie Wayne caught 12 passes for 147 yards in previous game vs. 49ers; needs one TD Sunday to become 11th player ever with 13,000+ receiving yards, 80 TDs

  • 18. Rams (1-1)

    Tavon Austin tied for lead among rookies with 12 catches, 2 TDs; DE Robert Quinn leads NFC with four sacks

  • 19. Redskins (0-2)

    Robert Griffin III won four of past five home games; playing the Lions at home for the first time since 2007

  • 20. N.Y. Giants (0-2)

    Eli Manning second in NFL with 812 yards passing; Giants are minus-8 in turnover differential

  • 21. Titans (1-1)

    Won two of their past three home--openers; Chris Johnson rushed for 142 yards in last home game vs. Chargers, and he averages 5 yards per carry vs. S.D. for career

  • 22. Steelers (0-2)

    Beat the Bears five of six times at home since 1966; Ben Roethlisberger 15-1 at home vs. NFC teams in his career

  • 23. Bills (1-1)

    Rookie E.J. Manuel completed 45 of 66 passes first two games; Bills playing Jets in a game that features two rookie QBs starting (Geno Smith)

  • 24. Cardinals (1-1)

    CB/WR Patrick Peterson fresh from game in which he became first defensive player since 1970 with reception and completion in same game

  • 25. Lions (1-1)

    Matthew Stafford 2-0 vs. Redskins; Calvin Johnson caught nine passes and posted career-high 3 TDs in previous game vs. Redskins

  • 26. N.Y. Jets (1-1)

    Won three straight against the Bills at home; Jets are 7-2 at home in Sept. games under coach Rex Ryan

  • 27.

    Raiders (1-1)

    Still seeking their first takeaway of the season; pit league's most-potent rushing attack (198.5 average) against stingiest run defense (40.5 average)

  • 28. Vikings (0-2)

    Beat the Browns four straight times; Adrian Peterson rushed for 180 yards, 3 TDs in only game vs. Browns

  • 29. Panthers (0-2)

    TE Greg Olsen caught seven passes for 98 yards in previous game vs. Giants; Olsen caught 7-84 and a TD last Sunday

  • 30. Buccaneers (0-2)

    WR Vincent Jackson caught 15 passes for 306 yards, 3 TDs past two games vs. Patriots; Doug Martin rushed for 684 yards past five games vs. AFC teams

  • 31. Browns (0-2)

    Brian Hoyer starting in place of injured regular Brandon Weeden; Browns tied for fourth in rushing yards allowed per game at 59.5

  • 32. Jaguars (0-2)

    Maurice Jones-Drew needs 100 yards to become third player in Jaguars history with 10,000 yards from scrimmage; lost 41-0 to Seahawks last game in Seattle