The NFL’s Power Rankings are now at No, 7.
In case you missed it, here are the teams at the top of the list.
San Diego Chargers: The Chargers are the only team in the AFC West with two wins.
They are the highest-ranked team in both leagues, with a record of 12-1.
They have been the No. 2 seed since last season and are in the midst of their first postseason trip in 11 years.
Denver Broncos: The Broncos’ playoff hopes are hanging by a thread after their 10-6 record and first-round loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
But the team’s struggles have been well-documented.
The Broncos haven’t made the playoffs since 2005, the last time they reached the postseason.
New Orleans Saints: The Saints are in first place in the NFC South with a 14-3 record and are one win away from making the playoffs.
They play the Miami Dolphins at home Sunday, and their next game is against the Detroit Lions.
San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers have won six of their last eight games and are leading the NFC West at 6-0.
They beat the Dallas Cowboys in Week 11 and the Los Angeles Rams in Week 12.
Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars are in last place in their division with a 5-11 record, and they have only won one of their past 10 games.
The Jaguars have a record against the NFC East at 8-9, with wins over Atlanta, Carolina, Chicago, Washington and the Giants.
Denver Nuggets: The Nuggets are in seventh place in Denver with a 4-12 record, but they have a chance to make the playoffs after they beat the Phoenix Suns in Week 17.
Buffalo Bills: The Bills have been among the league’s worst teams, with three losses in four games.
They host the Detroit Pistons Sunday.
Detroit Lions: The Lions are one game back of the Miami Jaguars in the division and are looking for their first win since Nov. 13.
They need at least one victory Sunday to tie the Falcons for first place with six games to play.
Minnesota Vikings: The Vikings have won nine straight games and have a 7-4 record.
They meet the New York Giants Sunday.
Pittsburgh Steelers: The Steelers have won five of their previous six games and host the Miami Marlins Sunday.
Oakland Raiders: The Raiders have won eight of their 12 games, but their three losses are by a combined score of 71-17.
The team plays the Minnesota Vikings Sunday.
San Antonio Chargers: There’s a chance the Chargers have one of the worst records in the league after they lost three of their final four games, including a 41-10 home loss to Oakland.
They face the Denver Broncos Sunday.
13: Atlanta Falcons: The Falcons are one of four teams in the NFL with three wins, one loss and a tie for third place.
The two losses were by a total of 31 points.
New England Patriots: The Patriots have won four of their seven games, and have won two of their three.
The teams last meeting was Dec. 15, 2016, at Gillette Stadium, with the Patriots leading 23-10.
The next game in the series is at home, against the New Orleans Chargers Sunday.
Carolina Panthers: The Panthers have won 10 of their 16 games and face the New England Seahawks Sunday.
Cincinnati Bengals: The Bengals are one loss away from tying the NFL record for wins in a season, with four wins and a win over the San Francisco Giants in Week 14.
New York Jets: The Jets have won seven of their nine games and will play the Denver Raiders Sunday.
Minnesota Packers: The Packers are two wins away from their first NFC North title since 1997 and have one win in their past three.
They visit the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday.
Indianapolis Colts: The Colts have won 12 of their 14 games, have a win against the Atlanta Falcons and play the Tampa Lions Sunday.
Kansas City Cowboys: The Cowboys are one defeat away from clinching the NFC North, with one win and a loss to Seattle.
The game will be played Sunday at NRG Stadium.
Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals are one victory away from a playoff spot, and the team has won five straight.
They return to action Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Pittsburgh Panthers: In Week 13, the Panthers beat the New Baltimore Colts 27-17 and are at home against the San Diego Padres.
Atlanta Falcons (via New Orleans): The Falcons have won three of four and are tied for third with six points.
The Saints will host the Rams Sunday.
Cincinnati Browns: The Browns are on a nine-game winning streak and will host either the Dallas Texans or Denver Broncos at FedEx Field Sunday.
Tennessee Titans: The Titans are three wins away and will have one loss to New Orleans in Week 16