6. Green Bay Packers (5-2, Previous: 7)
Aaron Rodgers completely dominated the Vikings without three of his best receivers, picking apart Minnesota’s secondary while Al Michaels scrambled to identify his supporting cast. Jarrett Boykin? Andrew Quarless? Myles White? Didn’t matter. Rodgers was hitting them. The Packers’ injuries are taking a toll, but Rodgers’ MVP-caliber year, coupled with a dynamic running game, is making Green Bay look mighty fearsome. (Getty Photo)
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