1. Denver Broncos (7-0): With the victory over Green Bay, the Broncos jump to the top due to winning the tiebreaker on strength of victory.
3. Cincinnati Bengals (7-0): The top three teams have pretty much locked up their divisions and the 1-3 seeds in the AFC.
4. Indianapolis Colts (3-5): The de facto leader of the AFC South, they in charge of the division due to their head-to-head victory over the rest of their division (3-0 against the AFC South, 0-5 versus everyone else).
6. New York Jets (4-3): New York is the only other team in the AFC with a record above .500. That's sad.
1. Carolina Panthers (7-0): The last remaining undefeated team in the NFC.
2. Green Bay Packers (6-1): The only one-loss team in the NFL.
3. Arizona Cardinals (6-2): The Cardinals have a fairly substantial lead in the suddenly questionable NFC West.
4. New York Giants (4-4): Someone has to lead the NFC East. Washington is in 2nd place at 3-4.
6. Minnesota Vikings (5-2): They've beaten the bad teams and lost to the good ones. There aren't many good teams.