Wednesday December 24th, 2014

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NFL Playoff possibilities….Who can get in-Who can get left out.
There are 14-teams whose final game of the season on Sunday figure in as to where they finish, if they qualify, and what has to happen for them to move on into the playoffs.  Figure it out!

 

Playoff Picture
The NFL playoff picture is shaping up as teams head deeper into the 2014 season. Who looks promising? Who’s on the edge? Check it out

– NFC –

CLINCHED: Arizona CardinalsDetroit LionsGreen Bay PackersDallas CowboysSeattle Seahawks

ELIMINATED: New York GiantsWashington RedskinsChicago BearsTampa Bay BuccaneersMinnesota VikingsSt. Louis RamsSan Francisco 49ersNew Orleans SaintsPhiladelphia Eagles

The Cowboys clinch home-field advantage throughout NFC playoffs with: a win plus a Cardinals loss or tie and a LionsPackers tie.

Dallas clinches a first-round bye with:
1) a win plus a Seahawks loss or tie plus a Cardinals loss or tie
2) a win plus a LionsPackers tie
3) a tie plus a Seahawks loss and a Cardinals loss
4) a tie plus a Seahawks tie, a Cardinals loss or tie and LionsPackers does not end in a tie

The Lions clinch the NFC North with: a win or a tie.

The Lions clinch home-field advantage with:
1) a win plus a Seahawks loss or tie and a Cardinals loss or tie
2) a tie plus a Seahawks loss, a Cardinals loss and a Cowboys loss or tie

The Lions clinch a first-round bye with:
1) a win
2) a tie plus a Cowboys loss or tie
3) a tie plus a Seahawks loss and a Cardinals loss

The Packers clinch the NFC North and a first-round bye with a win. They clinch home-field with: a win and a Seahawks loss or tie.

The Seahawks clinch the NFC West with:
1) a win
2) a tie plus a Cardinals loss or tie
3) a Cardinals loss

The Seahawks clinch home-field advantage with:
1) a win plus LionsPackers game does not end in a tie
2) a win plus a Cowboys loss or tie
3) a tie plus a Cardinals loss or tie, a Cowboys loss and a LionsPackers tie

The Seahawks clinch a first-round bye with:
1) a win
2) a tie plus a Cardinals loss or tie and a Cowboys loss
3) a tie plus a Cardinals loss or tie and a LionsPackers tie

The Cardinals clinch NFC West with:
1) a win plus a Seahawks loss or tie
2) a tie plus a Seahawks loss

The Cardinals clinch home-field advantage with:
1) a win plus a Seahawks loss or tie and a Packers loss or tie
2) a tie plus a Seahawks loss, a Cowboys loss or tie and a PackersLions tie

The Cardinals clinch a first-round bye with:
1) a win plus a Seahawks loss or tie
2) a tie plus a Seahawks loss and a Cowboys loss or tie
3) a tie plus a Seahawks loss and a LionsPackers tie

The Panthers clinch NFC South with win over Falcons.

The Falcons clinch NFC South with win over Panthers.

– AFC –

CLINCHED: New England Patriots (home-field advantage), Indianapolis ColtsDenver BroncosPittsburgh SteelersCincinnati Bengals

ELIMINATED: Oakland RaidersJacksonville JaguarsTennessee TitansNew York JetsCleveland BrownsMiami DolphinsBuffalo Bills

Denver clinches a first-round bye with:
1) a win or tie
2) a Bengals loss
3) a Bengals tie plus Colts win

Bengals clinch AFC North with a win or tie in Week 17.

Cincinnati clinches first-round bye with:
1) a win plus a Broncos loss or tie
2) a tie plus a Broncos loss and a Colts loss or tie

Steelers clinch AFC North with win.

Chargers clinch playoff spot with:
1) a win
2) a tie plus a Ravens loss or tie

Ravens clinch playoff spot with:
1) a win plus a Chargers loss or tie
2) a tie plus a Chargers loss

The Chiefs clinch a playoff spot with: a win plus a Ravens loss and a Texans loss or tie.

The Texans clinch a playoff spot with: a win plus a Ravens loss and a Chargers loss.

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