Seahawks vs Chiefs

Seahawks vs Chiefs ; For much of Saturday’s opening game of Week 16, it looked as if the Titans would come up short in their bid to beat the Redskins and take the next step toward the playoffs. After Marcus Mariota went down just before halftime, it made a Titans win all the more improbable.

Seahawks vs Chiefs Live

But Blaine Gabbert was able to rally the team to a lead with less than five minutes left in the fourth quarter, and the Titans put it away with a pick-six on the final play, earning a 25-16 win that put them briefly into the No. 6 seed in the playoffs.

But the Titans’ stint at the No. 6 seed was shortlived, as the Ravens shocked the Chargers in L.A. 22-10 to put themselves in great position to make the playoffs. They’re the sixth seed as of now, but if the Steelers fall to the Saints in New Orleans on Sunday, the Ravens will move to the No. 4 seed and the Steelers will fall out of the playoff picture altogether.

With the loss, the Chargers are behind the 8-ball to win the AFC West crown and earn the No. 1 seed. They’d need the Chiefs to lose their final two games and then win in Week 17. Failing that, they’ll be locked into the five seed and traveling to face the worst of the division winners, likely whoever comes out on top in the AFC North. That means we could be in for a good ol’ fashioned rematch on Wild Card Weekend, with the Chargers heading to Baltimore to try and solve the Ravens defense with everything on the line.

Washington will now have to hope for plenty of help to remain alive and have a chance to make the playoffs with a win over the Eagles in Week 17. Though they’ve fared better than most expected since turning to their fourth quarterback of the season, it seems like the magic ran out Saturday.

The other team whose magic ran out? The Cleveland Browns, who are officially eliminated from the playoff hunt thanks to the Titans win. That comes one week after the Browns pulled off a major win in Denver on Saturday night themselves. Saturday games giveth, Saturday games taketh away.

Now our eyes turn to Sunday, where the Chiefs and Saints will try to lock up the No. 1 seed in each conference with a win, while the Texans and Rams will hope to win and stay in position for a first-round bye. The Steelers have a critical game ahead of them in New Orleans, while the Vikings and Seahawks will try to maintain their wild-card positioning with wins.

You can stream all the Sunday action on fuboTV (Try for free).

Here’s how the rest of the NFL playoff picture looks, as well as a snapshot of some games that could impact what it looks like after Week 16 and beyond.

playoff-picture-week-16-saturday.jpg
AFC: Who’s in
1. (x) Kansas City Chiefs (11-3)
The Chiefs play at Seattle on Sunday night with a chance to lock up the No. 1 seed after the Chargers lost to the Ravens on Saturday night.

2. Houston Texans (10-4)
The Texans go to Philadelphia to face the defending champs needing a win to guarantee they hold the first-round bye for another week.

3. New England Patriots (9-5)
The Patriots are massive favorites at home against the Bills on Sunday, hoping to get a win and some help from the Eagles.

4. Pittsburgh Steelers (8-5-1)
The Steelers have a tough test ahead on Sunday in New Orleans, and now a loss will mean falling out of the playoff picture altogether after the Ravens upset the Chargers in L.A. on Saturday.

5. Los Angeles Chargers (11-4)
The Chargers couldn’t figure out how to solve the Ravens defense on Saturday night in L.A., falling 22-10 against the Ravens one week after beating the Chiefs and throwing the AFC West race into doubt. Now the Chargers will need to win in Week 17 and hope the Chiefs lose their final two games; otherwise, they’ll be the five seed and hitting the road on Wild Card Weekend.

6. Baltimore Ravens (9-6)
What a win by the Ravens, who were able to continue leaning on the rushing attack thanks to their defense completely shutting down the Chargers’ dangerous offense. Not only are the Ravens in position for a playoff spot heading into the final week, they could be leading the division come Monday if the Steelers fall to the Saints.

AFC: Who’s out
7. Tennessee Titans (9-6): The Titans rallied against the Redskins on Saturday despite losing starting quarterback Marcus Mariota, taking the lead with less than five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter before a pick-six secured a 25-16 win. If the Steelers lose in New Orleans and fall to 8-6-1, the Titans will get the chance to make the playoffs with a win over the Colts in Week 17.

8. Indianapolis Colts (8-6): The Colts headed into Week 16 needing some help to make the playoffs, and if the Steelers lose to the Saints, a win against the Giants on Sunday will give Indy a chance to control their destiny with a trip to Tennessee in the cards in Week 17 against a Titans team with injury questions at quarterback.

9. Miami Dolphins (7-7): The Dolphins remain on the fringe of the AFC playoff race but need to win out and get a lot of help to make it in. They’ll do their part if they can beat the Jaguars in Miami on Sunday.

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1. (y) New Orleans Saints (12-2)
The Saints won ugly on Monday night and can lock up the No. 1 seed with a win over the Steelers on Sunday.

2. (y) Los Angeles Rams (11-3)
The Rams have lost two straight and are in danger of falling out of positioning for a first-round bye, but they get to head to Arizona as huge favorites for a matchup with the Cardinals.

3. (y) Chicago Bears (10-4)
The Bears are hitting their stride, but they’ll get tested in San Francisco against a 49ers team that has been impressive at home as of late.

4. Dallas Cowboys (8-6)
The Cowboys are coming off an ugly performance in Week 15 and looking to get back on track by beating the Buccaneers in Dallas on Sunday.

5. Seattle Seahawks (8-6)
The Seahawks just dropped one game; another and they could be in trouble. Unfortunately for Pete Carroll’s team, a tough test awaits on Sunday night with the Chiefs coming to town.

6. Minnesota Vikings (7-6-1)
The Vikings flipped the script on their season with a convincing win in Week 15, and now they’ll head to Detroit looking to remain in playoff position with another victory.

NFC: Who’s out
7. Philadelphia Eagles (7-7): The Eagles pulled off a major upset to stay in the playoff race last week, and now they’ll have to find a way to beat the AFC’s current second seed when the Texans come to town on Sunday.

8. Washington Redskins (7-8): The Redskins looked as if they would gut out a win in Tennessee for much of Saturday’s game, but ultimately they couldn’t finish off the Titans. Now they’ll be looking for a win against the Eagles in Week 17 and a lot of help.

9. Carolina Panthers (6-8): The Panthers have fallen apart over the last six weeks, turning a 6-2 start into 6-8 and almost certainly a finish outside of the playoff race. They’ll need to beat the Falcons with Taylor Heinicke at QB on Sunday and get some help.

Steelers vs Saints

Steelers vs Saints ; For much of Saturday’s opening game of Week 16, it looked as if the Titans would come up short in their bid to beat the Redskins and take the next step toward the playoffs. After Marcus Mariota went down just before halftime, it made a Titans win all the more improbable.

Steelers vs Saints Live

But Blaine Gabbert was able to rally the team to a lead with less than five minutes left in the fourth quarter, and the Titans put it away with a pick-six on the final play, earning a 25-16 win that put them briefly into the No. 6 seed in the playoffs.

But the Titans’ stint at the No. 6 seed was shortlived, as the Ravens shocked the Chargers in L.A. 22-10 to put themselves in great position to make the playoffs. They’re the sixth seed as of now, but if the Steelers fall to the Saints in New Orleans on Sunday, the Ravens will move to the No. 4 seed and the Steelers will fall out of the playoff picture altogether.

With the loss, the Chargers are behind the 8-ball to win the AFC West crown and earn the No. 1 seed. They’d need the Chiefs to lose their final two games and then win in Week 17. Failing that, they’ll be locked into the five seed and traveling to face the worst of the division winners, likely whoever comes out on top in the AFC North. That means we could be in for a good ol’ fashioned rematch on Wild Card Weekend, with the Chargers heading to Baltimore to try and solve the Ravens defense with everything on the line.

Washington will now have to hope for plenty of help to remain alive and have a chance to make the playoffs with a win over the Eagles in Week 17. Though they’ve fared better than most expected since turning to their fourth quarterback of the season, it seems like the magic ran out Saturday.

The other team whose magic ran out? The Cleveland Browns, who are officially eliminated from the playoff hunt thanks to the Titans win. That comes one week after the Browns pulled off a major win in Denver on Saturday night themselves. Saturday games giveth, Saturday games taketh away.

Now our eyes turn to Sunday, where the Chiefs and Saints will try to lock up the No. 1 seed in each conference with a win, while the Texans and Rams will hope to win and stay in position for a first-round bye. The Steelers have a critical game ahead of them in New Orleans, while the Vikings and Seahawks will try to maintain their wild-card positioning with wins.

You can stream all the Sunday action on fuboTV (Try for free).

Here’s how the rest of the NFL playoff picture looks, as well as a snapshot of some games that could impact what it looks like after Week 16 and beyond.

playoff-picture-week-16-saturday.jpg
AFC: Who’s in
1. (x) Kansas City Chiefs (11-3)
The Chiefs play at Seattle on Sunday night with a chance to lock up the No. 1 seed after the Chargers lost to the Ravens on Saturday night.

2. Houston Texans (10-4)
The Texans go to Philadelphia to face the defending champs needing a win to guarantee they hold the first-round bye for another week.

3. New England Patriots (9-5)
The Patriots are massive favorites at home against the Bills on Sunday, hoping to get a win and some help from the Eagles.

4. Pittsburgh Steelers (8-5-1)
The Steelers have a tough test ahead on Sunday in New Orleans, and now a loss will mean falling out of the playoff picture altogether after the Ravens upset the Chargers in L.A. on Saturday.

5. Los Angeles Chargers (11-4)
The Chargers couldn’t figure out how to solve the Ravens defense on Saturday night in L.A., falling 22-10 against the Ravens one week after beating the Chiefs and throwing the AFC West race into doubt. Now the Chargers will need to win in Week 17 and hope the Chiefs lose their final two games; otherwise, they’ll be the five seed and hitting the road on Wild Card Weekend.

6. Baltimore Ravens (9-6)
What a win by the Ravens, who were able to continue leaning on the rushing attack thanks to their defense completely shutting down the Chargers’ dangerous offense. Not only are the Ravens in position for a playoff spot heading into the final week, they could be leading the division come Monday if the Steelers fall to the Saints.

AFC: Who’s out
7. Tennessee Titans (9-6): The Titans rallied against the Redskins on Saturday despite losing starting quarterback Marcus Mariota, taking the lead with less than five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter before a pick-six secured a 25-16 win. If the Steelers lose in New Orleans and fall to 8-6-1, the Titans will get the chance to make the playoffs with a win over the Colts in Week 17.

8. Indianapolis Colts (8-6): The Colts headed into Week 16 needing some help to make the playoffs, and if the Steelers lose to the Saints, a win against the Giants on Sunday will give Indy a chance to control their destiny with a trip to Tennessee in the cards in Week 17 against a Titans team with injury questions at quarterback.

9. Miami Dolphins (7-7): The Dolphins remain on the fringe of the AFC playoff race but need to win out and get a lot of help to make it in. They’ll do their part if they can beat the Jaguars in Miami on Sunday.

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1. (y) New Orleans Saints (12-2)
The Saints won ugly on Monday night and can lock up the No. 1 seed with a win over the Steelers on Sunday.

2. (y) Los Angeles Rams (11-3)
The Rams have lost two straight and are in danger of falling out of positioning for a first-round bye, but they get to head to Arizona as huge favorites for a matchup with the Cardinals.

3. (y) Chicago Bears (10-4)
The Bears are hitting their stride, but they’ll get tested in San Francisco against a 49ers team that has been impressive at home as of late.

4. Dallas Cowboys (8-6)
The Cowboys are coming off an ugly performance in Week 15 and looking to get back on track by beating the Buccaneers in Dallas on Sunday.

5. Seattle Seahawks (8-6)
The Seahawks just dropped one game; another and they could be in trouble. Unfortunately for Pete Carroll’s team, a tough test awaits on Sunday night with the Chiefs coming to town.

6. Minnesota Vikings (7-6-1)
The Vikings flipped the script on their season with a convincing win in Week 15, and now they’ll head to Detroit looking to remain in playoff position with another victory.

NFC: Who’s out
7. Philadelphia Eagles (7-7): The Eagles pulled off a major upset to stay in the playoff race last week, and now they’ll have to find a way to beat the AFC’s current second seed when the Texans come to town on Sunday.

8. Washington Redskins (7-8): The Redskins looked as if they would gut out a win in Tennessee for much of Saturday’s game, but ultimately they couldn’t finish off the Titans. Now they’ll be looking for a win against the Eagles in Week 17 and a lot of help.

9. Carolina Panthers (6-8): The Panthers have fallen apart over the last six weeks, turning a 6-2 start into 6-8 and almost certainly a finish outside of the playoff race. They’ll need to beat the Falcons with Taylor Heinicke at QB on Sunday and get some help.

Bears vs 49ers

Bears vs 49ers : For much of Saturday’s opening game of Week 16, it looked as if the Titans would come up short in their bid to beat the Redskins and take the next step toward the playoffs. After Marcus Mariota went down just before halftime, it made a Titans win all the more improbable.

Bears vs 49ers Live

But Blaine Gabbert was able to rally the team to a lead with less than five minutes left in the fourth quarter, and the Titans put it away with a pick-six on the final play, earning a 25-16 win that put them briefly into the No. 6 seed in the playoffs.

But the Titans’ stint at the No. 6 seed was shortlived, as the Ravens shocked the Chargers in L.A. 22-10 to put themselves in great position to make the playoffs. They’re the sixth seed as of now, but if the Steelers fall to the Saints in New Orleans on Sunday, the Ravens will move to the No. 4 seed and the Steelers will fall out of the playoff picture altogether.

With the loss, the Chargers are behind the 8-ball to win the AFC West crown and earn the No. 1 seed. They’d need the Chiefs to lose their final two games and then win in Week 17. Failing that, they’ll be locked into the five seed and traveling to face the worst of the division winners, likely whoever comes out on top in the AFC North. That means we could be in for a good ol’ fashioned rematch on Wild Card Weekend, with the Chargers heading to Baltimore to try and solve the Ravens defense with everything on the line.

Washington will now have to hope for plenty of help to remain alive and have a chance to make the playoffs with a win over the Eagles in Week 17. Though they’ve fared better than most expected since turning to their fourth quarterback of the season, it seems like the magic ran out Saturday.

The other team whose magic ran out? The Cleveland Browns, who are officially eliminated from the playoff hunt thanks to the Titans win. That comes one week after the Browns pulled off a major win in Denver on Saturday night themselves. Saturday games giveth, Saturday games taketh away.

Now our eyes turn to Sunday, where the Chiefs and Saints will try to lock up the No. 1 seed in each conference with a win, while the Texans and Rams will hope to win and stay in position for a first-round bye. The Steelers have a critical game ahead of them in New Orleans, while the Vikings and Seahawks will try to maintain their wild-card positioning with wins.

You can stream all the Sunday action on fuboTV (Try for free).

Here’s how the rest of the NFL playoff picture looks, as well as a snapshot of some games that could impact what it looks like after Week 16 and beyond.

playoff-picture-week-16-saturday.jpg
AFC: Who’s in
1. (x) Kansas City Chiefs (11-3)
The Chiefs play at Seattle on Sunday night with a chance to lock up the No. 1 seed after the Chargers lost to the Ravens on Saturday night.

2. Houston Texans (10-4)
The Texans go to Philadelphia to face the defending champs needing a win to guarantee they hold the first-round bye for another week.

3. New England Patriots (9-5)
The Patriots are massive favorites at home against the Bills on Sunday, hoping to get a win and some help from the Eagles.

4. Pittsburgh Steelers (8-5-1)
The Steelers have a tough test ahead on Sunday in New Orleans, and now a loss will mean falling out of the playoff picture altogether after the Ravens upset the Chargers in L.A. on Saturday.

5. Los Angeles Chargers (11-4)
The Chargers couldn’t figure out how to solve the Ravens defense on Saturday night in L.A., falling 22-10 against the Ravens one week after beating the Chiefs and throwing the AFC West race into doubt. Now the Chargers will need to win in Week 17 and hope the Chiefs lose their final two games; otherwise, they’ll be the five seed and hitting the road on Wild Card Weekend.

6. Baltimore Ravens (9-6)
What a win by the Ravens, who were able to continue leaning on the rushing attack thanks to their defense completely shutting down the Chargers’ dangerous offense. Not only are the Ravens in position for a playoff spot heading into the final week, they could be leading the division come Monday if the Steelers fall to the Saints.

AFC: Who’s out
7. Tennessee Titans (9-6): The Titans rallied against the Redskins on Saturday despite losing starting quarterback Marcus Mariota, taking the lead with less than five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter before a pick-six secured a 25-16 win. If the Steelers lose in New Orleans and fall to 8-6-1, the Titans will get the chance to make the playoffs with a win over the Colts in Week 17.

8. Indianapolis Colts (8-6): The Colts headed into Week 16 needing some help to make the playoffs, and if the Steelers lose to the Saints, a win against the Giants on Sunday will give Indy a chance to control their destiny with a trip to Tennessee in the cards in Week 17 against a Titans team with injury questions at quarterback.

9. Miami Dolphins (7-7): The Dolphins remain on the fringe of the AFC playoff race but need to win out and get a lot of help to make it in. They’ll do their part if they can beat the Jaguars in Miami on Sunday.

Stream all of Sunday’s games on fuboTV, try it for free, and stream the CBS games on CBS All Access.
1. (y) New Orleans Saints (12-2)
The Saints won ugly on Monday night and can lock up the No. 1 seed with a win over the Steelers on Sunday.

2. (y) Los Angeles Rams (11-3)
The Rams have lost two straight and are in danger of falling out of positioning for a first-round bye, but they get to head to Arizona as huge favorites for a matchup with the Cardinals.

3. (y) Chicago Bears (10-4)
The Bears are hitting their stride, but they’ll get tested in San Francisco against a 49ers team that has been impressive at home as of late.

4. Dallas Cowboys (8-6)
The Cowboys are coming off an ugly performance in Week 15 and looking to get back on track by beating the Buccaneers in Dallas on Sunday.

5. Seattle Seahawks (8-6)
The Seahawks just dropped one game; another and they could be in trouble. Unfortunately for Pete Carroll’s team, a tough test awaits on Sunday night with the Chiefs coming to town.

6. Minnesota Vikings (7-6-1)
The Vikings flipped the script on their season with a convincing win in Week 15, and now they’ll head to Detroit looking to remain in playoff position with another victory.

NFC: Who’s out
7. Philadelphia Eagles (7-7): The Eagles pulled off a major upset to stay in the playoff race last week, and now they’ll have to find a way to beat the AFC’s current second seed when the Texans come to town on Sunday.

8. Washington Redskins (7-8): The Redskins looked as if they would gut out a win in Tennessee for much of Saturday’s game, but ultimately they couldn’t finish off the Titans. Now they’ll be looking for a win against the Eagles in Week 17 and a lot of help.

9. Carolina Panthers (6-8): The Panthers have fallen apart over the last six weeks, turning a 6-2 start into 6-8 and almost certainly a finish outside of the playoff race. They’ll need to beat the Falcons with Taylor Heinicke at QB on Sunday and get some help.

Texans vs Eagles

Texans vs Eagles : For much of Saturday’s opening game of Week 16, it looked as if the Titans would come up short in their bid to beat the Redskins and take the next step toward the playoffs. After Marcus Mariota went down just before halftime, it made a Titans win all the more improbable.

Texans vs Eagles Live

But Blaine Gabbert was able to rally the team to a lead with less than five minutes left in the fourth quarter, and the Titans put it away with a pick-six on the final play, earning a 25-16 win that put them briefly into the No. 6 seed in the playoffs.

But the Titans’ stint at the No. 6 seed was shortlived, as the Ravens shocked the Chargers in L.A. 22-10 to put themselves in great position to make the playoffs. They’re the sixth seed as of now, but if the Steelers fall to the Saints in New Orleans on Sunday, the Ravens will move to the No. 4 seed and the Steelers will fall out of the playoff picture altogether.

With the loss, the Chargers are behind the 8-ball to win the AFC West crown and earn the No. 1 seed. They’d need the Chiefs to lose their final two games and then win in Week 17. Failing that, they’ll be locked into the five seed and traveling to face the worst of the division winners, likely whoever comes out on top in the AFC North. That means we could be in for a good ol’ fashioned rematch on Wild Card Weekend, with the Chargers heading to Baltimore to try and solve the Ravens defense with everything on the line.

Washington will now have to hope for plenty of help to remain alive and have a chance to make the playoffs with a win over the Eagles in Week 17. Though they’ve fared better than most expected since turning to their fourth quarterback of the season, it seems like the magic ran out Saturday.

The other team whose magic ran out? The Cleveland Browns, who are officially eliminated from the playoff hunt thanks to the Titans win. That comes one week after the Browns pulled off a major win in Denver on Saturday night themselves. Saturday games giveth, Saturday games taketh away.

Now our eyes turn to Sunday, where the Chiefs and Saints will try to lock up the No. 1 seed in each conference with a win, while the Texans and Rams will hope to win and stay in position for a first-round bye. The Steelers have a critical game ahead of them in New Orleans, while the Vikings and Seahawks will try to maintain their wild-card positioning with wins.

You can stream all the Sunday action on fuboTV (Try for free).

Here’s how the rest of the NFL playoff picture looks, as well as a snapshot of some games that could impact what it looks like after Week 16 and beyond.

playoff-picture-week-16-saturday.jpg
AFC: Who’s in
1. (x) Kansas City Chiefs (11-3)
The Chiefs play at Seattle on Sunday night with a chance to lock up the No. 1 seed after the Chargers lost to the Ravens on Saturday night.

2. Houston Texans (10-4)
The Texans go to Philadelphia to face the defending champs needing a win to guarantee they hold the first-round bye for another week.

3. New England Patriots (9-5)
The Patriots are massive favorites at home against the Bills on Sunday, hoping to get a win and some help from the Eagles.

4. Pittsburgh Steelers (8-5-1)
The Steelers have a tough test ahead on Sunday in New Orleans, and now a loss will mean falling out of the playoff picture altogether after the Ravens upset the Chargers in L.A. on Saturday.

5. Los Angeles Chargers (11-4)
The Chargers couldn’t figure out how to solve the Ravens defense on Saturday night in L.A., falling 22-10 against the Ravens one week after beating the Chiefs and throwing the AFC West race into doubt. Now the Chargers will need to win in Week 17 and hope the Chiefs lose their final two games; otherwise, they’ll be the five seed and hitting the road on Wild Card Weekend.

6. Baltimore Ravens (9-6)
What a win by the Ravens, who were able to continue leaning on the rushing attack thanks to their defense completely shutting down the Chargers’ dangerous offense. Not only are the Ravens in position for a playoff spot heading into the final week, they could be leading the division come Monday if the Steelers fall to the Saints.

AFC: Who’s out
7. Tennessee Titans (9-6): The Titans rallied against the Redskins on Saturday despite losing starting quarterback Marcus Mariota, taking the lead with less than five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter before a pick-six secured a 25-16 win. If the Steelers lose in New Orleans and fall to 8-6-1, the Titans will get the chance to make the playoffs with a win over the Colts in Week 17.

8. Indianapolis Colts (8-6): The Colts headed into Week 16 needing some help to make the playoffs, and if the Steelers lose to the Saints, a win against the Giants on Sunday will give Indy a chance to control their destiny with a trip to Tennessee in the cards in Week 17 against a Titans team with injury questions at quarterback.

9. Miami Dolphins (7-7): The Dolphins remain on the fringe of the AFC playoff race but need to win out and get a lot of help to make it in. They’ll do their part if they can beat the Jaguars in Miami on Sunday.

Stream all of Sunday’s games on fuboTV, try it for free, and stream the CBS games on CBS All Access.

AFC: Who’s Eliminated
10. Cleveland Browns (6-7-1)
11. Denver Broncos (6-8)
12. Cincinnati Bengals (6-8)
13. Buffalo Bills (5-9)
14. Jacksonville Jaguars (4-10)
15. New York Jets (4-10)
16. Oakland Raiders (3-11)

NFC: Who’s in
1. (y) New Orleans Saints (12-2)
The Saints won ugly on Monday night and can lock up the No. 1 seed with a win over the Steelers on Sunday.

2. (y) Los Angeles Rams (11-3)
The Rams have lost two straight and are in danger of falling out of positioning for a first-round bye, but they get to head to Arizona as huge favorites for a matchup with the Cardinals.

3. (y) Chicago Bears (10-4)
The Bears are hitting their stride, but they’ll get tested in San Francisco against a 49ers team that has been impressive at home as of late.

4. Dallas Cowboys (8-6)
The Cowboys are coming off an ugly performance in Week 15 and looking to get back on track by beating the Buccaneers in Dallas on Sunday.

5. Seattle Seahawks (8-6)
The Seahawks just dropped one game; another and they could be in trouble. Unfortunately for Pete Carroll’s team, a tough test awaits on Sunday night with the Chiefs coming to town.

6. Minnesota Vikings (7-6-1)
The Vikings flipped the script on their season with a convincing win in Week 15, and now they’ll head to Detroit looking to remain in playoff position with another victory.

NFC: Who’s out
7. Philadelphia Eagles (7-7): The Eagles pulled off a major upset to stay in the playoff race last week, and now they’ll have to find a way to beat the AFC’s current second seed when the Texans come to town on Sunday.

8. Washington Redskins (7-8): The Redskins looked as if they would gut out a win in Tennessee for much of Saturday’s game, but ultimately they couldn’t finish off the Titans. Now they’ll be looking for a win against the Eagles in Week 17 and a lot of help.

9. Carolina Panthers (6-8): The Panthers have fallen apart over the last six weeks, turning a 6-2 start into 6-8 and almost certainly a finish outside of the playoff race. They’ll need to beat the Falcons with Taylor Heinicke at QB on Sunday and get some help.

Packers vs Jets

Packers vs Jets ; For much of Saturday’s opening game of Week 16, it looked as if the Titans would come up short in their bid to beat the Redskins and take the next step toward the playoffs. After Marcus Mariota went down just before halftime, it made a Titans win all the more improbable.

Packers vs Jets Live

But Blaine Gabbert was able to rally the team to a lead with less than five minutes left in the fourth quarter, and the Titans put it away with a pick-six on the final play, earning a 25-16 win that put them briefly into the No. 6 seed in the playoffs.

But the Titans’ stint at the No. 6 seed was shortlived, as the Ravens shocked the Chargers in L.A. 22-10 to put themselves in great position to make the playoffs. They’re the sixth seed as of now, but if the Steelers fall to the Saints in New Orleans on Sunday, the Ravens will move to the No. 4 seed and the Steelers will fall out of the playoff picture altogether.

With the loss, the Chargers are behind the 8-ball to win the AFC West crown and earn the No. 1 seed. They’d need the Chiefs to lose their final two games and then win in Week 17. Failing that, they’ll be locked into the five seed and traveling to face the worst of the division winners, likely whoever comes out on top in the AFC North. That means we could be in for a good ol’ fashioned rematch on Wild Card Weekend, with the Chargers heading to Baltimore to try and solve the Ravens defense with everything on the line.

Washington will now have to hope for plenty of help to remain alive and have a chance to make the playoffs with a win over the Eagles in Week 17. Though they’ve fared better than most expected since turning to their fourth quarterback of the season, it seems like the magic ran out Saturday.

The other team whose magic ran out? The Cleveland Browns, who are officially eliminated from the playoff hunt thanks to the Titans win. That comes one week after the Browns pulled off a major win in Denver on Saturday night themselves. Saturday games giveth, Saturday games taketh away.

Now our eyes turn to Sunday, where the Chiefs and Saints will try to lock up the No. 1 seed in each conference with a win, while the Texans and Rams will hope to win and stay in position for a first-round bye. The Steelers have a critical game ahead of them in New Orleans, while the Vikings and Seahawks will try to maintain their wild-card positioning with wins.

You can stream all the Sunday action on fuboTV (Try for free).

Here’s how the rest of the NFL playoff picture looks, as well as a snapshot of some games that could impact what it looks like after Week 16 and beyond.

playoff-picture-week-16-saturday.jpg
AFC: Who’s in
1. (x) Kansas City Chiefs (11-3)
The Chiefs play at Seattle on Sunday night with a chance to lock up the No. 1 seed after the Chargers lost to the Ravens on Saturday night.

2. Houston Texans (10-4)
The Texans go to Philadelphia to face the defending champs needing a win to guarantee they hold the first-round bye for another week.

3. New England Patriots (9-5)
The Patriots are massive favorites at home against the Bills on Sunday, hoping to get a win and some help from the Eagles.

4. Pittsburgh Steelers (8-5-1)
The Steelers have a tough test ahead on Sunday in New Orleans, and now a loss will mean falling out of the playoff picture altogether after the Ravens upset the Chargers in L.A. on Saturday.

5. Los Angeles Chargers (11-4)
The Chargers couldn’t figure out how to solve the Ravens defense on Saturday night in L.A., falling 22-10 against the Ravens one week after beating the Chiefs and throwing the AFC West race into doubt. Now the Chargers will need to win in Week 17 and hope the Chiefs lose their final two games; otherwise, they’ll be the five seed and hitting the road on Wild Card Weekend.

6. Baltimore Ravens (9-6)
What a win by the Ravens, who were able to continue leaning on the rushing attack thanks to their defense completely shutting down the Chargers’ dangerous offense. Not only are the Ravens in position for a playoff spot heading into the final week, they could be leading the division come Monday if the Steelers fall to the Saints.

AFC: Who’s out
7. Tennessee Titans (9-6): The Titans rallied against the Redskins on Saturday despite losing starting quarterback Marcus Mariota, taking the lead with less than five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter before a pick-six secured a 25-16 win. If the Steelers lose in New Orleans and fall to 8-6-1, the Titans will get the chance to make the playoffs with a win over the Colts in Week 17.

8. Indianapolis Colts (8-6): The Colts headed into Week 16 needing some help to make the playoffs, and if the Steelers lose to the Saints, a win against the Giants on Sunday will give Indy a chance to control their destiny with a trip to Tennessee in the cards in Week 17 against a Titans team with injury questions at quarterback.

9. Miami Dolphins (7-7): The Dolphins remain on the fringe of the AFC playoff race but need to win out and get a lot of help to make it in. They’ll do their part if they can beat the Jaguars in Miami on Sunday.

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AFC: Who’s Eliminated
10. Cleveland Browns (6-7-1)
11. Denver Broncos (6-8)
12. Cincinnati Bengals (6-8)
13. Buffalo Bills (5-9)
14. Jacksonville Jaguars (4-10)
15. New York Jets (4-10)
16. Oakland Raiders (3-11)

NFC: Who’s in
1. (y) New Orleans Saints (12-2)
The Saints won ugly on Monday night and can lock up the No. 1 seed with a win over the Steelers on Sunday.

2. (y) Los Angeles Rams (11-3)
The Rams have lost two straight and are in danger of falling out of positioning for a first-round bye, but they get to head to Arizona as huge favorites for a matchup with the Cardinals.

3. (y) Chicago Bears (10-4)
The Bears are hitting their stride, but they’ll get tested in San Francisco against a 49ers team that has been impressive at home as of late.

4. Dallas Cowboys (8-6)
The Cowboys are coming off an ugly performance in Week 15 and looking to get back on track by beating the Buccaneers in Dallas on Sunday.

5. Seattle Seahawks (8-6)
The Seahawks just dropped one game; another and they could be in trouble. Unfortunately for Pete Carroll’s team, a tough test awaits on Sunday night with the Chiefs coming to town.

6. Minnesota Vikings (7-6-1)
The Vikings flipped the script on their season with a convincing win in Week 15, and now they’ll head to Detroit looking to remain in playoff position with another victory.

NFC: Who’s out
7. Philadelphia Eagles (7-7): The Eagles pulled off a major upset to stay in the playoff race last week, and now they’ll have to find a way to beat the AFC’s current second seed when the Texans come to town on Sunday.

8. Washington Redskins (7-8): The Redskins looked as if they would gut out a win in Tennessee for much of Saturday’s game, but ultimately they couldn’t finish off the Titans. Now they’ll be looking for a win against the Eagles in Week 17 and a lot of help.

9. Carolina Panthers (6-8): The Panthers have fallen apart over the last six weeks, turning a 6-2 start into 6-8 and almost certainly a finish outside of the playoff race. They’ll need to beat the Falcons with Taylor Heinicke at QB on Sunday and get some help.

NFC: Who’s Eliminated
10. Green Bay Packers (5-8-1)
11. Atlanta Falcons (5-9)
12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-9)
13. New York Giants (5-9)
14. Detroit Lions (5-9)
15. San Francisco 49ers (4-10)
14. Arizona Cardinals (3-11)

Legend:
(x) – clinched playoff berth
(y) – clinched division
(z) – clinched first-round bye
(*) – clinched home-field advantage

Patriots vs Bills

Patriots vs Bills : For much of Saturday’s opening game of Week 16, it looked as if the Titans would come up short in their bid to beat the Redskins and take the next step toward the playoffs. After Marcus Mariota went down just before halftime, it made a Titans win all the more improbable.

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But Blaine Gabbert was able to rally the team to a lead with less than five minutes left in the fourth quarter, and the Titans put it away with a pick-six on the final play, earning a 25-16 win that put them briefly into the No. 6 seed in the playoffs.

But the Titans’ stint at the No. 6 seed was shortlived, as the Ravens shocked the Chargers in L.A. 22-10 to put themselves in great position to make the playoffs. They’re the sixth seed as of now, but if the Steelers fall to the Saints in New Orleans on Sunday, the Ravens will move to the No. 4 seed and the Steelers will fall out of the playoff picture altogether.

With the loss, the Chargers are behind the 8-ball to win the AFC West crown and earn the No. 1 seed. They’d need the Chiefs to lose their final two games and then win in Week 17. Failing that, they’ll be locked into the five seed and traveling to face the worst of the division winners, likely whoever comes out on top in the AFC North. That means we could be in for a good ol’ fashioned rematch on Wild Card Weekend, with the Chargers heading to Baltimore to try and solve the Ravens defense with everything on the line.

Washington will now have to hope for plenty of help to remain alive and have a chance to make the playoffs with a win over the Eagles in Week 17. Though they’ve fared better than most expected since turning to their fourth quarterback of the season, it seems like the magic ran out Saturday.

The other team whose magic ran out? The Cleveland Browns, who are officially eliminated from the playoff hunt thanks to the Titans win. That comes one week after the Browns pulled off a major win in Denver on Saturday night themselves. Saturday games giveth, Saturday games taketh away.

Now our eyes turn to Sunday, where the Chiefs and Saints will try to lock up the No. 1 seed in each conference with a win, while the Texans and Rams will hope to win and stay in position for a first-round bye. The Steelers have a critical game ahead of them in New Orleans, while the Vikings and Seahawks will try to maintain their wild-card positioning with wins.

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Here’s how the rest of the NFL playoff picture looks, as well as a snapshot of some games that could impact what it looks like after Week 16 and beyond.

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AFC: Who’s in
1. (x) Kansas City Chiefs (11-3)
The Chiefs play at Seattle on Sunday night with a chance to lock up the No. 1 seed after the Chargers lost to the Ravens on Saturday night.

2. Houston Texans (10-4)
The Texans go to Philadelphia to face the defending champs needing a win to guarantee they hold the first-round bye for another week.

3. New England Patriots (9-5)
The Patriots are massive favorites at home against the Bills on Sunday, hoping to get a win and some help from the Eagles.

4. Pittsburgh Steelers (8-5-1)
The Steelers have a tough test ahead on Sunday in New Orleans, and now a loss will mean falling out of the playoff picture altogether after the Ravens upset the Chargers in L.A. on Saturday.

5. Los Angeles Chargers (11-4)
The Chargers couldn’t figure out how to solve the Ravens defense on Saturday night in L.A., falling 22-10 against the Ravens one week after beating the Chiefs and throwing the AFC West race into doubt. Now the Chargers will need to win in Week 17 and hope the Chiefs lose their final two games; otherwise, they’ll be the five seed and hitting the road on Wild Card Weekend.

6. Baltimore Ravens (9-6)
What a win by the Ravens, who were able to continue leaning on the rushing attack thanks to their defense completely shutting down the Chargers’ dangerous offense. Not only are the Ravens in position for a playoff spot heading into the final week, they could be leading the division come Monday if the Steelers fall to the Saints.

AFC: Who’s out
7. Tennessee Titans (9-6): The Titans rallied against the Redskins on Saturday despite losing starting quarterback Marcus Mariota, taking the lead with less than five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter before a pick-six secured a 25-16 win. If the Steelers lose in New Orleans and fall to 8-6-1, the Titans will get the chance to make the playoffs with a win over the Colts in Week 17.

8. Indianapolis Colts (8-6): The Colts headed into Week 16 needing some help to make the playoffs, and if the Steelers lose to the Saints, a win against the Giants on Sunday will give Indy a chance to control their destiny with a trip to Tennessee in the cards in Week 17 against a Titans team with injury questions at quarterback.

9. Miami Dolphins (7-7): The Dolphins remain on the fringe of the AFC playoff race but need to win out and get a lot of help to make it in. They’ll do their part if they can beat the Jaguars in Miami on Sunday.

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AFC: Who’s Eliminated
10. Cleveland Browns (6-7-1)
11. Denver Broncos (6-8)
12. Cincinnati Bengals (6-8)
13. Buffalo Bills (5-9)
14. Jacksonville Jaguars (4-10)
15. New York Jets (4-10)
16. Oakland Raiders (3-11)

NFC: Who’s in
1. (y) New Orleans Saints (12-2)
The Saints won ugly on Monday night and can lock up the No. 1 seed with a win over the Steelers on Sunday.

2. (y) Los Angeles Rams (11-3)
The Rams have lost two straight and are in danger of falling out of positioning for a first-round bye, but they get to head to Arizona as huge favorites for a matchup with the Cardinals.

3. (y) Chicago Bears (10-4)
The Bears are hitting their stride, but they’ll get tested in San Francisco against a 49ers team that has been impressive at home as of late.

4. Dallas Cowboys (8-6)
The Cowboys are coming off an ugly performance in Week 15 and looking to get back on track by beating the Buccaneers in Dallas on Sunday.

5. Seattle Seahawks (8-6)
The Seahawks just dropped one game; another and they could be in trouble. Unfortunately for Pete Carroll’s team, a tough test awaits on Sunday night with the Chiefs coming to town.

6. Minnesota Vikings (7-6-1)
The Vikings flipped the script on their season with a convincing win in Week 15, and now they’ll head to Detroit looking to remain in playoff position with another victory.

NFC: Who’s out
7. Philadelphia Eagles (7-7): The Eagles pulled off a major upset to stay in the playoff race last week, and now they’ll have to find a way to beat the AFC’s current second seed when the Texans come to town on Sunday.

8. Washington Redskins (7-8): The Redskins looked as if they would gut out a win in Tennessee for much of Saturday’s game, but ultimately they couldn’t finish off the Titans. Now they’ll be looking for a win against the Eagles in Week 17 and a lot of help.

9. Carolina Panthers (6-8): The Panthers have fallen apart over the last six weeks, turning a 6-2 start into 6-8 and almost certainly a finish outside of the playoff race. They’ll need to beat the Falcons with Taylor Heinicke at QB on Sunday and get some help.

NFC: Who’s Eliminated
10. Green Bay Packers (5-8-1)
11. Atlanta Falcons (5-9)
12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-9)
13. New York Giants (5-9)
14. Detroit Lions (5-9)
15. San Francisco 49ers (4-10)
14. Arizona Cardinals (3-11)

Legend:
(x) – clinched playoff berth
(y) – clinched division
(z) – clinched first-round bye
(*) – clinched home-field advantage

Jaguars vs Dolphins

Jaguars vs Dolphins ; It’s been a campaign of calamity for the Jacksonville Jaguars, one of unfulfilled expectations in which underachieving has seemingly becoming the norm. Ahead of Sunday’s instate showdown with the Dolphins, jobs are at stake as a season lost limps to its conclusion.

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Highlights have been hard to find, but lost in the losses has been the promise of receiver/return man Dede Westbrook.

“He works hard,” running back Leonard Fournette said via Jacksonville.com’s Phillip Heilman. “He has it in him to be one of the greats in this league. I believe throughout the seasons and as the years go on, he’s going to get better and better.”

Westbrook’s 56 catches, 662 yards receiving, five receiving touchdowns and six total touchdowns are all team-highs, though admittedly the Jaguars’ offense has been anemic (30th in scoring offense).

In the Jaguars’ latest loss, a 16-13 setback to the Redskins in which the teams engaged in a woeful offensive outing, Westbrook’s 74-yard punt return to the house was Jacksonville’s only touchdown.

It was a play perhaps emblematic of Westbrook being a glimmer of hope in an otherwise disastrous season for the Jaguars.

Westbrook has showed his ability for the big play and to be a consistent weapon at receiver.

Over the last three games, the Jaguars have cobbled together only 28 combined points with two touchdowns — both of them scored by Westbrook. He’s tallied three touchdowns over the last four games, with a 6-0 win against the Colts as the only game in which he didn’t find the end zone. While the stats certainly don’t jump off the page, in the offensive struggles that have been a huge storyline for Jacksonville, Westbrook has been the one who provides the rare exclamation points.

“I feel like I’m an athlete,” Westbrook told Heilman. “I can play whatever you need me to play. That’s my tendency. That’s what I live by. For those guys, they can pretty much put me anywhere, and I’m going to do it.”

As a rookie out of Oklahoma, Westbrook played in only three games and mustered 339 yards receiving and one touchdown during the Jaguars’ ascent to the AFC Championship Game.

Losses have mounted this season for the Jaguars (4-10), though, as they look to snap a two-game losing streak and rescue themselves from a stretch in which they’ve lost nine of 10.

“I’m frustrated because at the end of the day, we’re going out there and busting our tails and we can’t all come together as one and get a team win,” Westbrook said. “That’s tough and that’s difficult because at the end of the day, yes we love football. But we also love to win.”

Changes aplenty will come for Jacksonville when the 2018 season reaches its merciful end, but Westbrook — along with the play of stellar Pro Bowl cornerback Jalen Ramsey — has provided some overlooked promise that some hope — and highlights — still lies within the Jaguars.

Giants vs Colts

Giants vs Colts ; Indianapolis Colts linebacker Darius Leonard is prepared to test the limits of what’s possible on a football field in response to only receiving alternate status for the 2019 Pro Bowl.

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“He told me he wanted 40 tackles, but I told him it’s humanly impossible,” Colts tight end Eric Ebron said of his teammate, per ESPN.com’s Mike Wells. “He doesn’t care … Things like [the Pro Bowl] should really go by statistics rather than names. He’s one of the all-time great rookie linebackers statistically in a long time.”

Wells also shared Leonard’s thoughts about the matter.

“I was heartbroken at first because I thought I did enough, but it is what it is,” Leonard said.

Leonard leads the NFL with 146 combined tackles and also has seven sacks and four forced fumbles. After the Pro Bowl rosters were announced Tuesday night, many argued the second-round draft pick was an obvious snub.

I was on the phone with an executive from an NFC team when the Pro Bowl was announced. I told him Darius Leonard didn’t make it. His response, “Are you serious? That’s ridiculous.” He’s having a tremendous season.

Leonard will probably get into the Pro Bowl anyway since numerous players sit out the event every year. The 2016 Pro Bowl famously saw 133 players either formally selected for the game or named as a replacement.

Leonard would likely be the first name called if one of the AFC’s representatives at outside linebacker backs out.

Maybe Leonard’s anger about the initial oversight will allow him to tap into previously unknown human capabilities because that’s what he’d need to do in order to live up to his comments to Ebron. According to Pro Football Reference, David Harris and Luke Kuechly share the single-game record for tackles, which stands at 24.

If Leonard does actually get 40 tackles, then we could be witnessing the oddest superhero origin story ever.

Vikings vs Lions

Vikings vs Lions : The Detroit Lions host the Minnesota Vikings in a week 16 NFC North meeting late in the 2018 season as the Vikings look to make moves toward the playoffs.

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Last week saw the Detroit Lions‘ playoff chances officially come to an end but playoff implications are on the line when the Lions host the Minnesota Vikings in week 16. The NFC North has already been won by the Chicago Bears, but Minnesota enters Week 16 with a clinching scenario for one of the NFC’s two Wild Card berths.

The Vikings start by needing a win over the the Lions. The other game Vikings fans will want to keep an eye on is in Houston where the Texans will host the Philadelphia Eagles. A Vikings win combined with an Eagles loss or tie will have Minnesota clinch the postseason with one game still to play.

The Lions struggled to protect quarterback Matthew Stafford when the Lions and Vikings first met back in week nine. Stafford was sacked 10 times as Minnesota cruised to a 24-9 win in Minneapolis. That turned out to be one of the first nails in Detroit’s coffin. They entered that game 3-4 and looking to work themselves into position for a playoff push but they have won just twice since and have nothing but draft position at stake.

They might not have anything tangible to play for but Detroit isn’t going to be rolling over for any opponent. Despite a bad back, Stafford intends to play the season out instead of getting a jump start on recovery and the offseason.

Here is all the information you need for the week 16 meeting between the Vikings and Lions.

Date: Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018
Start time: 1:00 p.m. ET
Location: Detroit, MI
Stadium: Ford Field
TV Info: FOX (Chris Myers, Daryl Johnston)
Live Stream: FOX Sports Go, NFL Sunday Ticket, FuboTV

The Lions will wrap up the 2018 season with a road game at the Green Bay Packers next Sunday afternoon. The Vikings’ regular season will conclude next Sunday at home against the Chicago Bears.

Bengals vs Browns

Bengals vs Browns ; The Cincinnati Bengals face the Cleveland Browns in Week 16 of the 2018 NFL Season. Here is all the information you need to watch the game. In years past, the battle for NFL football supremacy in Ohio hasn’t meant much. That’s because the Cleveland Browns have been a poor team — evidenced by their 1-31 record between 2016 and 2017.

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That’s not the case anymore, and the Cincinnati Bengals learned this the hard way when they were handed a 35-20 loss in Week 12 at the hands of the Browns.

Before the game, there was some jawing back and forth and members of the Browns said Cincinnati was acting like the contest would be easy — and they thought they knew all they needed to know as Hue Jackson — yes, the one who orchestrated four wins in 40 tries for Cleveland — was on their sideline as well.

The confidence and presence of the coach who held them all back was the motivation they needed to make sure their last game was over early. And this one could be even uglier.

Cincinnati is without their top two receivers and their quarterback, and Cleveland is probably more upset than they were before their last meeting. After that win, they had to deal with the backlash from Baker Mayfield not hugging Jackson after the game — which is funny because Hue got no backlash from slamming his players for two and a half seasons then going on a media tour and ripping them again after he was fired.

So again, Jackson will be the target even though he’s just a ‘special assistant.’ This team will want to embarrass him and the team he works for once again. Details for Sunday’s must-watch game are below

TV and Live Stream Info

Date: Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018
Start time: 1:00 P.M. ET
Location: East Rutherford, NJ
Stadium: MetLife Stadium
TV Info: FOX
Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket, FuboTV

Whether you’re a fan of these teams or not, it will be an entertaining game. There’s no love lost here and the gloves are about to come off once again.