Chiefs, Saints stay undefeated

With all five unbeatens playing on the road, most figured we wouldn't see a handful of 5-0 teams at the end of the day. And so it came true, as the New England Patriots lost 13-6 at the Cincinnati Bengals, and the Seattle Seahawks fell 34-28 at the Indianapolis Colts. But three unblemished teams did keep their perfect records, with the New Orleans Saints -- they of an 0-4 start a season ago -- beating the Chicago Bears 26-18, the Kansas City Chiefs -- they of a 2-14 record in 2012 -- topping the Tennessee Titans 26-17, and the Denver Broncos winning close late (more on that here). What to make of it all?

  • Whose 5-0 start has been more impressive?

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  • Who is the better coach?

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  • When will the Chiefs lose their first game?

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  • When will the Saints lose their first game?

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      35%

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  • Which is the best team in the NFC?

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  • Excluding the Broncos, which is the AFC's best team?

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  • Whose first loss was more disappointing?

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      29%

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  • Which is the league's best one-loss team?

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