AP Pro32 ballot from Berman

Ballot and comments from AP Pro 32 panel voter Chris Berman of ESPN:

Week 11

CHRIS BERMAN (ESPN)

1. Houston Texans — Forceful on both sides of football.

2. San Francisco 49ers — Not sure what that tie was.

3. Baltimore Ravens — Gearing up for two games the next three weeks against the Steelers.

4. Green Bay Packers — Bye over. Let's see what Mike McCarthy has cooked up.

5. Atlanta Falcons — Didn't need undefeated questions hanging over their head anyway.

6. New England Patriots — Back to just outscoring opponents.

7. Denver Broncos — Peyton + defense + special teams = quite a combination.

8. Chicago Bears — Need Cutler for SF Monday Nighter.

9. Pittsburgh Steelers — Need Ben for Baltimore games.

10. Seattle Seahawks — Petitioning NFL for 16-game home schedule.

11. New York Giants — Assuming bye week is what doctor ordered.

12. New Orleans Saints — Run from 0-4 to this. Very impressive.

13. Dallas Cowboys — Bottle that fourth quarter in Philly and use often.

14. Indianapolis Colts — Colts being 6-3 could be story of the year in NFL.

15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Bucs being contenders is another great story of the year.

16. Minnesota Vikings — So is the performance of Adrian Peterson.

17. Philadelphia Eagles — This losing streak will end soon, right?

18. San Diego Chargers — Better figure it out before arriving in Denver.

19. Detroit Lions — Just when you trust them oops.

20. Washington Redskins — Would be nice to win at home.

21. Arizona Cardinals — Lots of people become rejuvenated after a rest week in Arizona.

22. St. Louis Rams — Should have beaten 49ers.

23. Tennessee Titans — Huge props for one week turnaround.

24. Miami Dolphins — A big step backwards.

25. Cincinnati Bengals — Andy was dandy.

26. Carolina Panthers — Weren't going to beat old friend John Fox.

27. Buffalo Bills — Five of last seven at home.

28. New York Jets — Grounded.

29. Cleveland Browns — Will play hard.

30. Oakland Raiders — Haven't allowed back-to-back point totals like this since before Al Davis.

31. Kansas City Chiefs — Great professional effort on Monday Night against Pittsburgh.

32. Jacksonville Jaguars — Jags need more claws.

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