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Here's the updated playoff picture. The NFC West and NFC East still up for grabs.



AFC

Division Leaders

1. Houston Texans (12-3)
Would clinch the No. 1 seed and home-field advantage through the AFC playoffs with a win at the Colts or both a Broncos loss and Patriots loss.
Would clinch a first-round bye with a Broncos loss or Patriots loss/tie.
Would be the No. 3 seed with a loss and Broncos win and Patriots win.
Last two weeks: L 6-23 vs. Vikings, at Colts (1 ET, CBS)

2. Denver Broncos (12-3)
Would clinch the No. 1 seed and home-field advantage through the AFC playoffs with a win vs. the Chiefs and Texans loss/tie.
Would clinch a first-round bye with a win/tie or Patriots loss/tie.
Would be the No. 3 seed with a loss and Patriots win.
Last two weeks: W 34-12 vs. Browns, vs. Chiefs (4:25 ET, CBS)

3. New England Patriots (11-4)
Would clinch the No. 1 seed and home-field advantage through the AFC playoffs with a win vs. the Dolphins and Texans loss and Broncos loss.
Would clinch a first-round bye with a win and either a Texans loss or Broncos loss.
Would clinch the No. 3 seed with a win/tie or Ravens loss/tie.
Would be the No. 4 seed with a loss and Ravens win.
Last two weeks: W 23-16 at Jaguars, vs. Dolphins (4:25 ET, CBS)

4. Baltimore Ravens (10-5)
Clinched the North due to a better division record than the Bengals (4-1 to 2-3).
Would clinch the No. 3 seed with a win at the Bengals and Patriots loss.
Would be the No. 4 seed with a loss/tie or Patriots win/tie.
Last two weeks: W 33-14 vs. Giants, at Bengals (1 ET, CBS)


WILD CARD LEADERS

5. Indianapolis Colts (10-5)
Clinched a playoff berth and the No. 5 seed with a win due to a better record in common games than the Bengals (4-1 to 3-2).
Last two weeks: W 20-13 at Chiefs, vs. Texans (1 ET, CBS)

6. Cincinnati Bengals (9-6)
Clinched a playoff berth with a win and will be the No. 6 seed.
Last two weeks: W 13-10 at Steelers, vs. Ravens (1 ET, CBS)



NFC

DIVISION LEADERS

1. Atlanta Falcons (13-2)
Clinched the No. 1 seed and home-field advantage in the NFC playoffs.
Last two weeks: W 31-18 at Lions, vs. Buccaneers (1 ET, Fox)

2. Green Bay Packers (11-4)
Have clinched the North.
Would clinch a first-round bye with a win at the Vikings or both a 49ers loss and Seahawks loss/tie.
Last two weeks: W 55-7 vs. Titans, at Vikings (4:25 ET, Fox)

3. San Francisco 49ers (10-4-1)
Have clinched a playoff berth.
Would clinch the West with a win/tie or Seahawks loss/tie.
Would clinch a first-round bye with a win/tie vs. the Cardinals and Packers loss.
Last two weeks: L 13-42 at Seahawks, vs. Cardinals (4:25 ET, Fox)

4. Washington Redskins (9-6)
Would clinch the East and No. 4 seed with a win.
Would clinch a playoff berth with a Vikings loss and Bears loss.
Would finish behind the Cowboys with a loss to Dallas due to their record in common games (8-4 to 7-5).
Last two weeks: W 27-20 at Eagles, vs. Cowboys (8:20 ET, NBC/Yahoo! Sports)


WILD CARD LEADERS

5. Seattle Seahawks (10-5)
Clinched a playoff berth and at worst the No. 5 seed due to head-to-head wins vs. the Vikings and Bears.
Would clinch the West (and No. 3 seed) with a win vs. the Rams and a 49ers loss, and a first-round bye if the Packers also lose.
Last two weeks: W 42-13 vs. 49ers, vs. Rams (4:25 ET, Fox)

6. Minnesota Vikings (9-6)
Lead the Bears due to division record (3-2 to 2-3).
Would clinch a playoff berth with a win.
Would clinch a playoff berth with a Bears loss and Cowboys loss and Giants loss.
Last two weeks: W 23-6 at Texans, vs. Packers (4:25 ET, Fox)


IN THE HUNT

7. Chicago Bears (9-6)
Would clinch a playoff berth with a win and a Vikings loss.
Last two weeks: W 28-13 at Cardinals, at Lions (1 ET, Fox)

8. Dallas Cowboys (8-7)
Would clinch the East and No. 4 seed with a win due to division record (4-2 to the Giants' 3-3) and a better record in common games than the Redskins (8-4 to 7-5).
Cannot be a wild card.
Last two weeks: L 31-34 vs. Saints, at Redskins (8:20 ET, NBC/Yahoo! Sports)

9. New York Giants (8-7) lol
Would clinch a playoff berth with a win and Cowboys loss and either/both a Vikings loss or Bears loss.
Last two weeks: L 14-33 at Ravens, vs. Eagles (1 ET, Fox)
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