4. Green Bay Packers
Without Aaron Rodgers under center, the Packers' offense sputtered in Week 9. Fortunately, Jordan Love shouldn't be the starting quarterback moving forward.
With Rodgers, the Packers are as good as any team in the NFL. They hold victories over the Cardinals, Bengals, and Steelers and should be considered one of the early Super Bowl favorites.
If Rodgers comes back and plays at the same level he was prior to his drama-filled absence, there's no reason the Packers shouldn't go far this season.
3. Los Angeles Rams
The Rams had their wake-up call in Week 9 losing handily to a surging Titans team. Matthew Stafford threw a pair of interceptions as the offense put up a season-low 16 points.
Still, you could easily make the argument that the Rams are the best team in football.
Stafford has been playing at an MVP level under Sean McVay, Jalen Ramsey is a superstar, and their pass rush has now added Von Miller to pair up with Aaron Donald.
The Rams remain Super Bowl contenders despite a disappointing loss to Tennessee in Week 9.