The Detroit Lions have as many wins as the other three NFC North teams combined. Dan Campbell's team took complete control of the division in Week 6 by improving to 5-1.
The Minnesota Vikings earned a road victory over the Chicago Bears, while the Green Bay Packers were on bye.
There is still a lot of football to play, but the Lions are pulling ahead in the NFC North while the other three teams try to figure things out to keep their season alive. Here are the updated power rankings after Week 6.
4. Chicago Bears (1-5)
The Chicago Bears picked up their first win of the season last week, but they crashed back down to earth on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.
Justin Fields completed six of 10 passes for 58 yards, no touchdowns, and one interception before leaving the game due to injury. Backup quarterback Tyson Bagent added 83 yards, no touchdowns, and one interception.
Chicago held Minnesota to 19 points, but three turnovers proved costly. One was a 42-yard fumble recovery the Vikings returned for a touchdown, extending their lead to 13 points.
The Bears need a miracle to save their season. They are quickly moving toward another top-three draft pick.