The regular season of the nfl enters its final stretch and increasingly becomes red hot.
It’s time to take a look and get out the calculator to find out what the playoff spots would look like. and what would be the crossings up to this moment of each Conference.
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The buffalo bills (12-3) remain the No. 1 seed in the american conference and they would not see action during the Wild Card Roundsame case as Philadelphia Eagles (13-2) who establish themselves at the top of the National Conferencewith two weeks to go.
How are things going in the AFC?
In the Americana, the Bills (No. 1, 12-3) are already AFC East championswhile the Kansas City Chiefs (N° 2, 12-3) did the same in the AFC West.
For their part, the cincinnati bengals (N° 3, 11-4) remain in the lead of the AFC Northbut nothing is written yet because they are one triumph away from the Ravens (10-5) and in the AFC South the key is also kept open, but until this week the Jacksonville Jaguars (7-8) march on top.
How are things going in the NFC?
In the National, Philadelphia Eagles (N° 1, 13-2) remains at the top of the NFC Eastbut there are still mathematical possibilities for the dallas cowboys that march with mark 11-4; on the other hand the Minnesota Vikings (N° 2, 12-3) they already tied the NFC North.
While the san francisco 49ers (N° 3, 11-4) already have assured the NFC West; lastly, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (N° 4, 7-8) remain momentarily at the top of the NFC Southbut next week’s game against the Carolina Panthers (6-9), who are their direct rivals and are barely one win away.
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Wild Card Games
When it comes to the wild card round, the places in the AFC they are occupied by Baltimore Ravens (No. 5, 10-5), Los Angeles Chargers (N° 6, 9-6) and the Miami Dolphins (No. 7, 8-7).
Of the nfc the quotas for WildCards are in the power of dallas cowboys (No. 5, 11-4), new york giants (No. 6, 8-6-1) and Washington Commanders (No. 7, 7-7-1), curiously all from the NFC East.
So this is how the Wild Card Round games would look:
american conference | I would rest Bills
dolphins (No. 7) vs. Chiefs (No. 2)
chargers (No. 6) vs. Bengals (No. 3)
Ravens (No. 5) vs. Jaguars (No. 4)
National Conference | I would rest Eagles
Commanders (No. 7) vs. Vikings (No. 2)
Giants (No. 6) vs. 49ers (No. 3)
Cowboys (No. 5) vs. Buccaneers (No. 4)