Three teams still have a perfect record heading into Week 7 of the 2020 NFL season. The Pittsburgh Steelers (5-0), Tennessee Titans (5-0) and Seattle Seahawks (5-0) are all undefeated, though that will change in just a few days.

Pittsburgh visits Tennessee in Sunday’s marquee matchup. The Steelers are short favorites, coming off a dominant win over the Cleveland Browns (4-2). In Week 6, the Titans needed overtime to beat the Houston Texans (1-5) and maintain a 1.5-game lead atop the AFC South.

The Steelers lead the reigning AFC North champion Baltimore Ravens (5-1) by a half-game in the division. With three teams above .500, it’s the best division in the conference.

Seattle owns first place in undoubtedly the NFC’s best division. Despite their perfect record, the Seahawks are only 1.5 games ahead of the Arizona Cardinals (4-2) and Los Angeles Rams (4-2). The San Francisco 49ers (3-3), who won the division in 2019 and went to the Super Bowl, have at least two more wins than every other last-place team.

The Chicago Bears (5-1), Kansas City Chiefs (5-1) and Green Bay Packers (4-1) only have one loss each. Chicago and Green Bay might be the only true NFC North contenders. Kansas City is the overwhelming favorite in the AFC West, despite being defeated by the second-place Las Vegas Raiders (3-2).

Las Vegas can prove to be a legitimate contender by upsetting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-2) in Week 7. Coming off a 28-point win over the Packers, the Bucs might be the NFC’s most well-rounded team. Tom Brady is equipped with a top receiving corps and the No.1 ranked defense.

Tampa Bay is a half-game ahead of the New Orleans Saints (3-2) in the NFC South. New Orleans has won the division three years in a row.

The Dallas Cowboys (2-4) are the league’s most disappointing team, but they are still in first place in what might be a historically weak NFC East. The Philadelphia Eagles (1-4-1), New York Giants (1-5) and Washington Football Team (1-5) all have one win apiece.

The New York Jets (0-6) are the only winless team. They’ve been outscored by 110 points.

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Head coach Mike Tomlin of the Pittsburgh Steelers talks with Ben Roethlisberger #7 during the game against the Houston Texans at Heinz Field on Sept. 27, 2020, in Pittsburgh. Joe Sargent/Getty Images