Everyone in the prediction league has at least four losses so far. SNF isn't going to matter much (only DolPhanTendo picked the Colts), but MNF is going to be interesting with NYG@PHI.
I hate the Eagles, but I picked them. So please... they shall win, for my sake.
On the bright side for you, your team looks like the clear contender to come out of the NFC. Previous comments aside, I don't think the NFC South teams like Carolina and Atlanta are as good as their records suggest. Seattle is not playing well at all. Maybe a healthy Dallas would have a shot, if Dallas even makes the playoffs.
Things aren't looking too good for the Packers with the wide receivers going down one after another. Nelson is obviously out for the season, Adams couldn't play the past couple of weeks, Montgomery got hurt on Sunday. This creates some problems for the Packers passing game and makes the offense on the whole not as threatening as it should be. The bye week is coming at the right time, but injuries always remain an X-factor.
Playoffs are another thing because it's all about a single game between two teams. Have a bad day or some bad luck and you are out. So the overall best team (which the Packers are through six weeks) does not necessarily reach the Super Bowl.
As for that special teams play by the Colts, they were doing it wrong. Obviously.
The way this has to be done is not to move the linemen to the outside, but snap the ball to the side instead of back between the legs. Jeff Fisher's Titans pulled off such a stunt successfully, unless I am remembering wrong. In any case though, the ball has to be snapped to the side to the lone guy who stands out there anyway during a normal punt formation. All it takes at that moment is that the lone guy of the return team who is lined up out there gets caught by surprise, so the "kicking" team can run the ball a few yards down the field.