Ballot and comments from AP Pro 32 panel voter Chris Berman of ESPN:
CHRIS BERMAN (ESPN)
1. San Francisco 49ers -- 49ers have "hot hand" BOTH sides of the ball.
2. Baltimore Ravens -- Fourth-and-29 by Ray Rice already part of football lore.
3. New England Patriots -- Congrats to coach Bill Belichick for win No. 200.
4. Houston Texans -- Must be exhausted.
5. Atlanta Falcons -- Have this close win thing down.
6. New York Giants -- What slump?
7. Denver Broncos -- "Easy" wins always the hardest.
8. Green Bay Packers -- Aaron Rodgers is right -- five straight wins masked a lot of things.
9. Chicago Bears -- Cutler plays and Bears are back.
10. Pittsburgh Steelers -- Holding the spot on assumption when/if Ben comes back.
11. Seattle Seahawks -- Holding breath on cornerbacks' appeals.
12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Playing hard every week.
13. New Orleans Saints -- 0-4 hole now means REAL trouble in five-day span.
14. Indianapolis Colts -- Chuckstrong indeed.
15. Washington Redskins -- RG3 good for four TD passes every week?
16. Cincinnati Bengals -- Once again winning games they "should."
17. Dallas Cowboys -- December may have begun early.
18. Minnesota Vikings -- Heavy NFC North schedule now will be tough.
19. San Diego Chargers -- As tough a loss as it gets.
20. Detroit Lions -- As tough a loss as it gets.
21. St. Louis Rams -- Have another shot at 49ers.
22. Miami Dolphins -- Sprinkler system spurs Dolphins to win.
23. Buffalo Bills -- Four of last five at home finally.
24. Cleveland Browns -- Finally slayed Steelers dragon.
25. New York Jets -- Hard to duplicate that minute of football.
26. Carolina Panthers -- Nothing could be finer than Monday Night Football for Carolina.
27. Arizona Cardinals -- Now what Neil Lomax?
28. Philadelphia Eagles -- Even the rookies fumble.
29. Jacksonville Jaguars -- One-game winning streak.
30. Tennessee Titans -- Need a Music City Miracle.
31. Oakland Raiders -- Once proud Raiders-Chiefs rivalry is at bottom of list.
32. Kansas City Chiefs -- At least they're trying.
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