STEVE CORKRAN'S NFL RANKINGS

1. Falcons (7-0) They are 15-0, including 4-0 this season, when Matt Ryan has three-plus TD passes; hosting Cowboys on Sunday night

2. Texans (6-1) Win over Bills on Sunday would give Texans first-ever 7-1 start; QB Matt Schaub 10-1 in past 11 starts

3. Bears (6-1) WR Brandon Marshall has caught 34 passes for 461 yards and three TDs in past four games; playing Titans on Sunday

4. N.Y. Giants (6-2) Eli Manning has won past eight games vs. AFC teams, including last season's Super Bowl victory over Patriots; hosting Steelers on Sunday

5. 49ers (6-2) Bye week; host the Rams on Nov. 11 in the first of two meetings the second half of the season

6. Packers (5-3) With 21 TD passes this season, Aaron Rodgers became first QB with 20-plus TDs in team's first eight games two straight seasons; hosting Cardinals on Sunday

7. Ravens (5-2) Beat Browns past nine meetings; Ravens won last 10 divisional games

8. Patriots (5-3) Bye week; host the Bills on Nov. 11 and looking for another easy romp over team they beat 52-28 earlier this season

9. Vikings (5-3) Adrian Peterson rushed for 120-plus yards, TD in past two games; playing Seahawks on the road Sunday

10. Broncos (4-3) QB Peyton Manning 7-0 all-time vs. the Bengals, with 107 passer rating

11. Dolphins (4-3) Won past three games, including two on the road; at Indianapolis on Sunday

12. Steelers (4-3) League-best 51.9 percent success rate converting third-down plays; Ben Roethlisberger passed for 316 yards, TD in only game vs. Giants on the road

13. Colts (4-3) Beat Dolphins past three meetings; Andrew Luck leads rookie QBs with 281.6 yards passing per game

14. Cardinals (4-4) LB Daryl Washington third in the league with career-high eight sacks; seeking third straight game with two or more sacks

15. Seahawks (4-4) Russell Wilson has most TD passes (10) and tied for most victories (four) by rookie QB; RB Marshawn Lynch second in league with 757 yards rushing.

16. Cowboys (3-4) LB DeMarcus Ware notched 33 sacks past 26 games

17. Bengals (3-4) Andy Dalton passed for 332 yards, two TDs and no interceptions in only game vs. Broncos; second to Peyton Manning in fourth-quarter passer rating

18. Eagles (3-4) RB LeSean McCoy amassed 763 yards from scrimmage in past seven road games vs. NFC; playing Saints on the road Monday night

19. Buccaneers (3-4) Seeking franchise-record fourth straight game with 28 points or more; playing Raiders in Oakland for first time in eight seasons

20. Bills (3-4) Beat the Texans both times teams played in Houston; WR Stevie Johnson has three TDs of 25-plus yards this season

21. Lions (3-4) Matthew Stafford averaged 307.2 yards, with 17 TDs, one interception, 112.1 passer rating in past six games vs. AFC teams; playing Jaguars on Sunday

22. Chargers (4-4) Walloped the Chiefs on Thursday night; next game is Nov. 11 against in Tampa

23. Raiders (3-4) They are 5-0 at home all-time vs. Buccaneers; Raiders held previous three opponents to fewer than 300 yards offense

24. Rams (3-5) Bye week; unenviable task of trying to snap three-game losing streak against 49ers, on the road

25. Redskins (3-5) QB Robert Griffin III and RB Alfred Morris have rushed for 1,193 yards and 11 TDs so far; hosting Panthers on Sunday

26. N.Y. Jets (3-5) Bye week; travel to Seattle Nov. 11 in front of a crowd that will drown out coach Rex Ryan's tirades

27. Titans (3-5) Matt Hasselbeck passed for 837 yards, six TDs and no interceptions in past three games vs. Bears; Titans have won 10 of past 12 at home vs. NFC teams

28. Saints (2-5) Hosting Eagles on Monday night; WR Marques Colston has 30 catches for 420 yards and five TDs past four games

29. Browns (2-6) Shooting for third straight win at home; WR Josh Gordon leads rookies with 379 yards receiving

30. Panthers (1-6) DE Charles Johnson had a sack and forced fumble in previous meeting vs. Redskins

31. Jaguars (1-6) Won three of past four against Lions, including two at home; hosting Lions on Sunday

32. Chiefs (1-7) Smoked by the Chargers on Thursday night; in for another prime-time beat down Nov. 12 against the Steelers