Sky Sports' Neil Reynolds returns with his 'Pre-Week 11 Power Rankings'. Watch Neil every Sunday LIVE on Sky Sports at 6pm.
The Lamar Jackson-inspired running game is an unstoppable force and the defense is opportunistic, as evidenced by five touchdowns on the year. Baltimore has earned top spot but tough tests are coming, starting Sunday against Houston.
The worrying aspect of Sunday's home loss to Atlanta was the fact that New Orleans was held without a touchdown for the third time this season. That is definitely an eye-catching statistic.
The 'other' Aaron got the job done against Carolina and use of running backs has become a key in Green Bay. The Packers' rushers have eight receiving touchdowns this year - most in the NFL.
A case could be made for this team being higher in the rankings and I like where the Silver and Black are heading. The fixing of a woeful offensive line has had the greatest impact on Jon Gruden's side.
There is just not enough offense in this squad at the moment and the defense is beginning to bend just a little too much. Running the ball against Buffalo's D has become easier in recent weeks.
Don't be fooled by a 20-point outing against Detroit's 31st-ranked defense. The Bears took nearly an entire half before crossing midfield and I think this unit struggles more than it succeeds the rest of the way.
The Bucs are frustrating, the Bucs are a little rough around the edges and the Bucs are not going to be in the playoff race the rest of the way. But at least the Bucs are fun to watch, for good and bad reasons.
It was fun to get an extended look at Kyler Murray on Sky Sports last weekend and I like where he is heading. The Cards are a long way from being playoff-ready, but I think they have their QB in place.
I heard during their bye week how much Falcons players loved Dan Quinn and wanted to play hard for him. They fought for their head coach's job on Sunday, for sure, and dominated New Orleans.
Ryan Fitzpatrick has well and truly kyboshed the 'Tank for Tua' plan and he is laughing at Miami's management behind his bushier-than-ever beard. Miami are not done yet and could end up with five wins.
Daniel Jones needs to carry a football around during New York's bye week and not let anyone take it from him. The rookie has committed 17 turnovers this season - second-most in the league and he didn't start at the beginning of the year.
Dwayne Haskins is the quarterback in Washington the rest of the way. And if he doesn't know the playbook by now - he has been with the team since the end of April - then he deserves to struggle and get exposed at the NFL level.
Serious question... who in their right mind is going to Bengals' home games in December? This team ranks 29th in scoring and dead last in total and rushing yards allowed. What a depressing scene it is going to be in Cincinnati the rest of the way.