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Dirty dozen

Sun., Oct. 31, 2004

The top six and the bottom six heading into Week 8:

1. New England (6-0)The streak could end this week in Pittsburgh
2. Philadelphia (6-0)Close call last week
3. Minnesota (5-1)Big dropoff from top two, but Culpepper is super so far
4. New York Jets (5-1)Move up with close loss in Foxboro
5. Pittsburgh (5-1)Ready to deal streak-ender to Pats?
6. Jacksonville (5-2)Won in Indy, so edge in ahead of Colts
27. Seattle (3-3)Current level of play is three straight losses, two bad
28. San Francisco (1-5)Building with too few blocks
29. Oakland (2-5)Too many disparate parts
30. Buffalo (1-5)Losman could be the QB in a few weeks
31. Miami (1-6)Move up off win, but not far
32. Chicago (1-5)Blame a front office that failed to sign a legitimate backup QB

Source: Associated Press


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