Week 14 of the NFL season began with seven teams having a chance to clinch a playoff spot: Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers, Leonard Fournette and the Jacksonville Jaguars, Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles, Case Keenum and the Minnesota Vikings, Jared Goff and the Los Angeles Rams, and Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.
Week 14 of the NFL season means the playoffs are just around the corner.
Here is an updated look at the playoff picture in the AFC and NFC.
- Steelers – 11-2, 1st in AFC North (clinched division title)
- Patriots – 10-2, 1st in AFC East
- Jaguars – 9-4, 1st in AFC South
- Chiefs – 7-6, 1st in AFC West
- Titans – 8-5, 1st wild card
- Bills – 7-6, 2nd wild card
- Ravens – 7-6
- Chargers – 7-6
- Raiders – 6-7
- Dolphins – 5-7
- Jets – 5-8
- Bengals – 5-8
- Texans – 4-9
- Broncos – 4-9
- Colts – 3-10
- Browns – 0-13
- Eagles – 11-2, 1st in NFC East (clinched division title)
- Vikings – 10-3, 1st in NFC North
- Rams – 9-4, 1st in NFC West
- Saints – 9-4, 1st in NFC South
- Panthers – 9-4, 1st wild card
- Falcons – 8-5, 2nd wild card
- Seahawks – 8-5
- Packers – 7-6
- Cowboys – 7-6
- Cardinals – 6-7
- Redskins – 5-8
- Buccaneers – 4-9
- Bears – 4-9
- 49ers – 3-10
- Giants – 2-11
Week 14 results:
Buffalo Bills 13, Indianapolis Colts 7 (OT)
Buffalo’s 13-7 overtime win over Indianapolis means both New England and Pittsburgh will have to win their own games to clinch playoff berths.
Chicago Bears 33, Cincinnati Bengals 7
Green Bay Packers 27, Cleveland Browns 21 (OT)
Detroit Lions 24, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21
The Minnesota Vikings have missed their chance to clinch the NFC North with both chances Sunday, starting with a 31-24 loss to Carolina. The Vikings still could’ve clinched with losses or ties by Detroit and Green Bay only to see the Lions beat Tampa Bay 24-21 and the Packers kept Cleveland winless with a 27-21 overtime victory.
San Franciso 49ers 26, Houston Texans 16
Denver snapped an eight-game skid by beating the New York Jets 23-0.
Arizona Cardinals 12, Tennessee Titans 7
The Chargers beat Washington 30-13 to stay tied with Kansas City in the AFC West.
Jacksonville Jaguars 30, Seattle Seahawks 24
The Jacksonville Jaguars now sit atop the AFC South after beating Seattle 30-24. They moved ahead ahead of Tennessee after the Titans lost 12-7 in Arizona.
The Philadelphia Eagles have clinched the NFC East title, but lost quarterback Carson Wentz to a knee injury.