As the first week of the 2017 NFL regular season has settled, there are few surprises when it comes to the National Football Conference. The division leaders after just a single game are as expected. However, Week 2 could shake things up some. One surprise does exist among the leaders, though, as the L.A. Rams caught a struggling opponent in Week 1. Here's the latest Nfl Standings update for the NFC division leaders.

NFC East & NFC North ties

Atop the NFC East division are two contenders early in the season, and it's not surprising to many fans or analysts.

The Philadelphia Eagles picked up the first week win behind Carson Wentz against the Washington Redskins. Meanwhile, Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, and the Dallas Cowboys also won, defeating division rivals the New York Giants. That means Philly and Dallas are the leaders with Redskins and Giants needing to bounce back after 0-1 starts.

The NFC North is also a tie, among three teams, and the Chicago Bears are not included. Chicago fell to the Atlanta Falcons at home in a close game last Sunday. Meanwhile, the Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, and Green Bay Packers were all winners. That gives each team a 1-0 record ahead of this Sunday and Monday night.

Panthers, Falcons, & Rams?

Over in the NFC South, last season's Super Bowl runner-up team is off to a good start at 1-0.

The Atlanta Falcons picked up a road win behind Matt Ryan against the Chicago Bears. Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers also represented the division in the Super Bowl prior to the Falcons and gained an opening week win against the San Francisco 49ers, 23-3.

The NFC West may be the most surprising, although it is still early.

The Los Angeles Rams are the sole leaders of the division after defeating Indianapolis in the opener. Rookie wide receiver Cooper Kupp paid dividends in just his first game with four catches for 76 yards and a touchdown. The Cardinals, Seahawks, and 49ers each dropped their opening games to give them all 0-1 starts to the season.

Don't expect that to last in the case of Seattle.

Week 2 games

The 0-1 teams all get a chance to even their records in the coming batch of games. Teams that have a good chance to bounce back in Week 2 from the NFC might be the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks. The Cardinals visit the Indianapolis Colts, who are still without quarterback Andrew Luck, while the Seahawks get to host the San Francisco 49ers.

A standout matchup comes via the "Sunday Night Football" game as two 1-0 teams that met in last year's NFC Championship Game will go head-to-head. It's Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers visiting Matt Ryan and the Falcons. Only one of the two teams will be perfect when the dust has settled.

On Monday night, it will be a chance for Eli Manning and the New York Giants to redeem themselves but they'll be up against Matthew Stafford and the 1-0 Detroit Lions.