Staff Writer David Weinberg's weekly rankings (last week's ranking in parentheses).

Biggest rise: Buffalo (29th to 18th).

Biggest fall: Philadelphia (11th to 20th).

1. Denver (2) - Peyton won bragging rights over his brother.

2. Seattle (3) - CenturyLink Field was rocking.

3. San Francisco (1) - Let's see how 49ers react to loss.

4. Baltimore (4) - Not great, but good enough.

5. New England (5) - Patriots defense delivered.

6. Houston (6) - Another close victory.

7. New Orleans (8) - Saints can also win outdoors.

8. Green Bay (9) - Aaron Rodgers nearly reached 500 yards.

9. Atlanta (10) - Julio Jones was dominant.

10. Chicago (12) - Struggled with Vikings at home.

11. Cincinnati (14) - Bengals owned the Steelers.

12. Kansas City (22) - Big Red has them believing.

13. Indianapolis (7) - Acquiring Trent Richardson was huge.

14. St. Louis (13) - Rams hung tough with Falcons.

15. San Diego (24) - Phillip Rivers is back.

16. Dallas (15) - Cowboys already in must-win territory.

17. Miami (25) - Beating Colts was big.

18. Buffalo (29) - E.J. Manuel is the answer.

19. Arizona (28) - Don't sleep on the Cardinals.

20. Philadelphia (11) - Chip Kelly is making some weird moves.

21. New York Giants (16) - Broncos embarrassed them.

22. Tennessee (17) - Titans on the verge of contending.

23. Detroit (18) - Matthew Stafford needs help.

24. Minnesota (19) - Another 100-yard day for Adrian Peterson.

25. Washington (20) - Redskins are terrible right now.

26. Pittsburgh (21) - Offensive line is really hurting.

27. Oakland (31) - So what if they beat the Jaguars?

28. Tampa Bay (23) - Players are grumbling.

29. Carolina (26) - Panthers can't get a break.

30. Cleveland (27) - Browns already looking to future.

31. New York Jets (30) - Defense isn't the problem.

32. Jacksonville (32) - 0-16 is possible.

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