The Eagles finally looked like the team that many thought they’d be in the preseason as they blew out the Saints

Meanwhile, things aren’t going so well in Detroit, the league’s only winless team after a blowout by the high-flying Cardinals. The surprisingly lackluster Ravens and Chiefs both lost again, and it’s dire straights in Kansas City with the fear that Jamaal Charles is lost for the year with a torn ACL.

Game Kids Terrelle Pryor Jersey At the same time, things are looking up in Cleveland and Chicago, after both teams won road games as heavy underdogs — the Browns covering (and beating) a 6.5-point spread, and the Bears a 9.5-point spread.

The Eagles finally looked like the team that many thought they’d be in the preseason as they blew out the Saints. The Bills got back on the right track by skating by the Titans, and the Giants’ late-game heroics helped them move to 3-2.

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Two other 5-0 teams, the Broncos and Packers, have even better odds for winning their divisions: Green Bay is at 90 percent to win the NFC North and the Broncos have an 86 percent chance of winning the AFC West. The Packers are 3-0 in their division already. The Broncos played their second division game this week, beating the Raiders 16-10 on the strength of their defense.

What about the Patriots?

I hear aggrieved Patriots fans typing angry comments because here we are talking about undefeated teams and still haven’t mentioned your team. Bill Belichick’s ruthless football machine stampeded past the Cowboys this week, just like we all knew they would. But they have some tough competition closer to home.

Elite Womens John Greco Jersey The 3-1 New York Jets were off this week, a chance to cool their heels before easing back into it with what should be a warmup game against Washington in Week 6. They’re in Foxborough to face the Patriots in two weeks. A win there would even the Jets with the Patriots at the top of the standings, keeping things interesting as we go into November.

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