The NFL regular season, which started in September is drawing to a close.
With 13 games played so far, all is getting set for the beginning of the NFL playoffs and, ultimately the Super Bowl.
The National Football League (NFL) playoffs is a single-elimination tournament held after the regular season to determine the NFL champion.
Six teams from each of the league’s two conferences qualify for the playoffs based on regular-season records. A tie-breaking procedure exists if required.
The regular season (which ends this December) featured amazing unbeaten runs and surprise results. After three months of action, the boys have now been separated from the men as the journey to February’s Super Bowl begins.
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National Football Conference
This has been the wildest of the two conferences so far this season.
The two games played this past Sunday had a massive impact on the standings; the San Francisco 49ers’ recorded a win over the Saints, a win that caused New Orleans to slip from the No. 1 spot and caused the 49ers to move from No. 5 to No. 1 while the Packers jumped up into the second spot.
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As things stand, things are almost all settled in this conference, with the top four in the conference ensuring their Playoffs spot.
However, with three games left to be played, any of the teams ranked between 5th and 8th can clinch any of the two remaining playoff spots available.
These three teams include Los Angeles Rams, Chicago Bears, and the Dallas Cowboys.
It will definitely be an exciting end to the season in the NFC.
American Football Conference
In the AFC, it has been less dramatic, with Baltimore Ravens largely dominating the Conference.
Asides losing just two of their 13 games so far this season, they’ve also clinched on of the automatic playoff spots available to the AFC.
Have they become sure bankers to win all their remaining games this year?
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New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs, with three and four losses respectively, have also done enough to earn a playoff spot. Having won the AFC West and East divisions, all is now set for the ever-competitive playoffs set to start in January.
Still in contention for a playoff spot finish are the likes of Pittsburgh Steelers, Houston Texans, and Indianapolis Colts ranked 6th to 8th.
The remaining three games in the regular season can be likened to the calm before the storm.
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