By now I'm sure this is old news to anyone in this forum, but I will post it here anyway for posterity. Thanks Indianapolis.
Here are the Power Rankings for our division after Week 7:
Team Source TW/LW(change) Comment http://i.usatoday.net/_common/_image...chiefs_50t.png Pete Prisco
1/3(+2) At 7-0, they are the class of the league. Give Andy Reid credit for getting this team off to a hot start. Kansas_City ESPN.com
1/2(+1) The Chiefs defense has been devastating this season, leading the NFL in PPG allowed (11.6), sacks (35) and passes defended/intercepted (47). Chiefs Brian Billick
1/2(+1) This defense hasn't given up more than 17 points yet this season and has a league-high 35 sacks on the year. Absolutely dominant.
http://i.usatoday.net/_common/_image...roncos_50t.png Pete Prisco
1/4(-3) They had some protection issues against the Colts that have to be fixed. And the defense had some troubles, too. Denver ESPN.com 3/1(-2) Fumbling may be the Broncos' biggest weakness. Denver lost two big ones against Indianapolis, and no team has fumbled more this season. Broncos Brian Billick
3/1(-2) Peyton Manning was sacked four times on Sunday night, the most he's been sacked in a game since 2007.
http://i.usatoday.net/_common/_image...argers_50t.png Pete Prisco
15/22(+7) They head to their bye with a 4-3 record and Philip Rivers has been fantastic. Can they keep it going? San_Diego ESPN.com 12/15(+3) Believe it or not, Ryan Mathews is the only player this season to rush for 100 yards in consecutive games. Chargers Brian Billick
11/16(+5) Do you think Philip Rivers has already cleared space on his mantle for the Comeback Player of the Year trophy?
http://i.usatoday.net/_common/_image...aiders_50t.png Pete Prisco
29/27(-2) They come off their bye with a home game against Pittsburgh. The rest of this season is about finding out if Terrelle Pryor is the long-term answer. Oakland ESPN.com 28/26(-2) After nine sacks against Kansas City, Terrelle Pryor should have spent the bye working on his release time. No QB has held onto the ball longer on average this season. Raiders Brian Billick
28/29(+1) The Raiders' next two opponents have a combined five wins -- and they get them both at home. It is time to show up.
And our next opponent ...
http://i.usatoday.net/_common/_image...browns_50t.png Pete Prisco
26/24(-2) Brandon Weeden is not the answer. But the replacement will come in the draft. Cleveland ESPN.com 22/18(-4) The Browns don't have many offensive weapons, so why were Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron targeted only two times in the first three quarters of Sunday's loss to the Packers? Browns Brian Billick
25/18(-7) The NFL just looks too big and fast for Brandon Weeden.