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Just two weeks away from the beginning of the 2015 NFL Playoffs, the NFL playoff picture is shaping up as teams head deeper into the 2014 season.
With the Packers’ 20-3 win over the Buccaneers, Green Bay has locked up a postseason bid. Since Green Bay won, the Lions were unable to seal the NFC North in Week 16. The two will play in Week 17 to settle the division, with the winner guaranteed a first-round bye.
San Diego control its own destiny in Week 17. A win over the Chiefs will put the Chargers in the playoffs.
Furthermore, with their 20-12 win over the Chiefs, the Pittsburgh Steelers return to the postseason after a two-season absence. While, the Patriots earned a first-round bye as they escaped New York with a 17-16 win over the Jets. New England will grab the No. 1 seed with a Broncos loss against the Bengals.
The Dallas Cowboys clinched the NFC East division crown, their first since 2009 with their blowout win over the Colts and thanks to Dallas’ victory and Philadelphia’s loss, the Seattle Seahawks clinched a playoff berth before they took the field for Sunday night’s blowout of the Cardinals.
On the other hand, some teams saw their postseason dreams come to an end Sunday: Despite defeating the Minnesota Vikings in dramatic fashion, the Miami Dolphins were eliminated from postseason contention. A loss Sunday to division rival Atlanta ended playoff aspirations for the New Orleans Saints.
Additionally, the Philadelphia Eagles will spend the postseason at home after their loss to Washington and Dallas’ win over Indianapolis and a loss to the Oakland Raiders eliminated the Buffalo Bills’ postseason dreams.
The San Diego Chargers are in pole position for a playoff spot. Here are some of the simplest scenarios we know before Cincinnati plays on Monday Night:
Bengals: Win and in for their final two weeks.
Chargers: Win and in
Ravens: Win + SD loss
Texans: Win + SD loss + BAL loss
Chiefs: Win + BAL loss + HOU loss
The Chiefs were 0 for 4 in the red zone, kept out of the end zone after reaching the Steelers’ 8, 4, 12 and 5. Just before halftime, the Chiefs, trailing by just four, had fourth-and-1 on the Steelers’ 12 yard line. Charles took the ball up the middle and was stood up by Lawrence Timmons and Harrison for no gain. The Chiefs had stalled again. How unexpected was that? The Chiefs were second in red-zone offense entering the game; the Steelers were 22nd in red-zone defense. source: ESPN.com
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