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    1. Arizona Cardinals (6-0), Previous ranking: 2: The Cardinals just keep winning and, in the process, they keep getting better and better. First, it was stopping Titans running back Derrick Henry in Week 1. Then it was dismantling the Rams in Week 4. And on Sunday, it was beating up on the Browns without coach Kliff Kingsbury. To win games like they do, and to do it on the road, is a sign that this team's success is here to stay. If the Cardinals can continue with their current average of 32.3 points per game, there will be very little other teams can do to stop Arizona this season.
    2. Buffalo Bills (4-2), Previous ranking: 1: With the way the Bills played against the Steelers to start the season, the initial rating seemed spot-on. Since then, Buffalo has played like one of the best teams in the NFL, winning every game outside of Monday night's loss to the Titans. Honestly, Buffalo's rating could be higher, especially after the way the win in Kansas City went. This team has an incredibly high ceiling, and the confidence will only increase as it fixes the issues that were on display in Tennessee. The Bills still have the potential to be the best team in the AFC, if not the league.
    3. Los Angeles Rams (5-1), Previous ranking: 3 The 5-1 Rams won in convincing fashion over the defending Super Bowl champion Buccaneers. They won "ugly," as some players described it, against the Colts and Seahawks. And they flat-out failed to show up in an embarrassing loss to the undefeated Cardinals -- a team the Rams had previously defeated in eight consecutive meetings. So, although the Rams' record is among the best in the NFL, it's far too early to crown them Super Bowl champions, which is reflected in a modest climb from 8 to 8.4 through six games. The key to a bigger jump in confidence? Consistency in all three phases, regardless of opponent.
    4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-1), Previous ranking: 4: After coming out of training camp about as healthy as can be, the Buccaneers have dealt with a rash of injuries. Nine starters have missed a combined 22 games, plus Antonio Brown missed one start due to COVID-19 protocols. They've managed to survive this to stand at 5-1 -- which is no small feat -- and that's largely due to the success of their offense and pass rush. But it gets interesting with two top-10 defenses up next: the Chicago Bears and New Orleans Saints. How much will the Bucs be able to lean on their offensive firepower then?
    5. Dallas Cowboys (5-1), Previous ranking: 6: Maybe the confidence rating should have been higher coming off the closer-than-expected loss to Tampa Bay in the opener. The Cowboys have not lost since and have a three-game lead in the NFC East. Dak Prescott's health comes into question with a calf strain. But if he is healthy, which opponent wouldn't the Cowboys be favored to beat in their final 11 games? Maybe at Kansas City? Arizona? This team can put itself in a favorable playoff position and run away with the division.

    College football rankings:
    1. Georgia Bulldogs (7-0): After being ranked No. 1 in the AP top 25 poll in season for the first time since 1982, the Bulldogs had their toughest test since the opener against Kentucky -- at least for a half. After leading only 14-7 after two quarters, Georgia's defense and special teams took over for a 30-13 victory to move to 7-0. Quarterback Stetson Bennett III started for the third straight game and played very well, completing 14 of 20 passes for 250 yards with three touchdowns. At this point, it's going to be difficult for UGA coach Kirby Smart to take him off the field once former starter JT Daniels returns from a muscle injury. Tight end Brock Bowers, a true freshman from Napa Valley, California, had five catches for 101 yards with two scores. He has emerged as a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses. Georgia has a week off next before taking on rival Florida in Jacksonville, Florida, on Oct. 30.
    2. Cincinnati Bearcats (6-0): The Bearcats' path to maintaining playoff relevance requires dominance of inferior AAC opponents the rest of the way. A team that had some slow starts earlier this season clearly isn't messing around now. Cincinnati stormed out to a 35-0 lead against UCF, as Jerome Ford and the running game really got going. Ford's 189-yard, four-touchdown performance is a very promising sign for an offense that, at times, has been too reliant on chunk plays in the pass game. The Bearcats' defense held UCF to only 14 first downs, 296 yards and 4.6 yards per play. Quarterback Desmond Ridder didn't have a notable performance (13-of-23 passing, 140 yards, one touchdown), but Cincinnati didn't need much help because of the performance by its run game and defense.
    3. Alabama Crimson Tide (6-1): After giving up 41 points and 6.5 yards per play in their upset loss to Texas A&M last week, a refocused Crimson Tide defense took out some frustration on Mississippi State in a 49-9 win in Starkville. The D allowed just 4.0 yards per play and sacked MSU quarterback Will Rodgers seven times, and Jordan Battle took an interception back for a touchdown in the first quarter. The defense set the tone early, and the Bama offense eased into fifth gear. Bryce Young threw for 348 yards in just 28 passes, and the Tide scored 28 points in the second half to cruise. -- Connelly
    4. Oklahoma Sooners (7-0): The start of the Caleb Williams era couldn't have gone much smoother for Lincoln Riley. Williams completed 13 of 15 passes for 261 yards against TCU, averaging 20.1 yards per completion in the first half alone against a pretty good defensive coach in Gary Patterson. As the Sooners went to work with Kennedy Brooks, who finished with 153 yards on 7.7 yards a carry, Williams ended the game accounting for 361 yards and five touchdowns in front of a home crowd that enthusiastically cheered his every move. The Sooners' defense struggled again as it did with Texas, giving up 519 yards to the Horned Frogs, but that's not what OU fans will remember from this one.
    5. Michigan Wolverines (6-0): The Wolverines had a bye this week, and coach Jim Harbaugh said it's coming at a good time for his team to get some rest and prepare for the second half of the schedule. Michigan had an emotional comeback win against Nebraska and now gets some time to heal before taking on Northwestern. The team is ultimately gearing up for its game against in-state rival Michigan State in East Lansing. If Michigan gets past Northwestern unscathed, it has a chance to go 8-0 with a win against the Spartans.

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