Thanksgiving Day in the NFL featured two games between four teams with losing records. And yet, for the moment at least, it brought us a change atop one of the league's eight divisions.
Washington's victory at AT&T Stadium allowed it to leapfrog Philadelphia in the NFC East, for a few days anyhow. The Eagles can reclaim the top spot with a home win on Monday against the Seahawks, but Philly's grip over the weakest division in football is now released.
1. Pittsburgh Steelers (10-0)
We're starting to get into historic territory with these Steelers. After Sunday's win over the Jaguars, Pittsburgh became the 18th team since 1966 to start a season 10-0. Of the previous 17, nine reached the Super Bowl, and six of them won it, most recently the Saints in 2009. The Steelers will have a chance to complete a season sweep of the Ravens on Sunday as they near the AFC North title. Pittsburgh can clinch a playoff spot in Week 12 with a victory and losses by the Raiders and Dolphins.
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