6. Dallas Cowboys
Much like the Bills, the Cowboys hit a brick wall in Week 9 in the form of the Denver Broncos. Nothing went right for Dallas in the game with the exception of star rookie linebacker Micah Parsons.
But the Cowboys remain one of the best teams in football for a reason.
Dak Prescott is still an MVP candidate, the offensive line has been good, and the defense has way too many playmakers for them not to be considered contenders.
One loss to the Broncos won't define their season.
5. Tennessee Titans
The Titans have surged to the top of the AFC and now lead the conference with a 6-2 record. Following a shocking loss to the Jets in Week 4, the Titans have rebounded winning five straight ganes.
Their most impressive victory came this past week over the Los Angeles Rams. The Titans proved that they could beat the NFL's elite, and they did so without Derrick Henry.
Head coach Mike Vrabel probably deserves Coach of the Year consideration and this Titans team has proven that they aren't ones to be overlooked, even without their best player.