The Washington Post

A look at how the 16 AFC teams performed over the weekend.

The Jaguars are without a doubt the worst team in the NFL, but who is second-worst? The answer may not be so obvious.

Denver is at the top, and the No. 2 team in football is also from the AFC West.

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San Diego looks to become a winner again after GM, coaching changes.

Former Green Bay and Seattle backup is in line to try to prove he can be a starting quarterback in the NFL.

By retaining Dwayne Bowe and Branden Albert and adding Alex Smith and Eric Fisher, new coach Andy Reid has things moving toward respectability in Kansas City.

Denver lost Elvis Dumervil this offseason in a contract reworking-gone-bad but brought in Wes Welker to join forces with Peyton Manning for a Super Bowl push.