Final NFC and AFC wild

The NFL Wildcard games have ended, and the New Orleans Saints finally won their first road playoff game in four years. The team’s fans were ecstatic after they forced overtime with a field goal on fourth-and-one to win 38-38. This week we had both AFC and NFC wild card games, so let’s take a look at which one you liked more!

The “nfc standings 2021” is a wild card game that will be played on January 6, 2021. This game will determine the AFC and NFC champions for the 2020 season. The two teams involved in this matchup are the New England Patriots and the Oakland Raiders.

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Week 18 of the NFL season in 2021 has arrived. The playoff situation is more clearer now than it was even a week ago, with a handful of berths sealed in Week 17, but there are still a lot of questions to be addressed as the postseason bracket gets filled out.

The Packers (the No. 1 seed), as well as the division champion Buccaneers and Cowboys, have already secured berths in the NFC playoffs. The NFC West championship, as well as the last wild-card position, are still up for grabs, with two teams vying for both.

The Titans, Chiefs, and Bengals have all won their divisions in the AFC, while the Bills and Patriots are vying for the AFC East crown. The No. 1 seed is still up for grabs, with five more teams battling for the final two wild-card slots.

There’s still a lot to play for, with two games on Saturday and a win-or-go-home game between the Chargers and Raiders on Sunday night. The whole Week 18 schedule is here, as well as the clinching possibilities for the teams remaining in contention.




4:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time

(ESPN, ABC, ESPN+) Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver Broncos

8:15 p.m. Eastern Time

Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys (ESPN, ABC, ESPN+)


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Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers Minnesota Vikings vs. Chicago Bears New York Giants vs. Washington Football Team Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Houston Texans vs. Tennessee Titans

4:25 p.m. Eastern Time

Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets Los Angeles Rams vs. San Francisco 49ers Miami Dolphins vs. New England Patriots Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle Seahawks Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Carolina Panthers

8:20 p.m. Eastern Time

The Los Angeles Chargers will take on the Las Vegas Raiders.




GB, LAR, TB, DAL, ARI, and PHI are the six clubs who have already secured postseason places.

(1) Packers: Bye in the first round; (7) Eagles vs. (2) Rams; (6) 49ers vs. (3) Buccaneers; (5) Cardinals vs. (4) Cowboys.


TEN, KC, CIN, BUF, and NE are the five clubs who have already secured postseason places.

(1) Titans: Bye in the first round; (7) Chargers vs. (2) Chiefs; (6) Colts vs. (3) Bengals; (5) Patriots vs. (4) Bills



It’s a good thing there’s still one week left in the season for many clubs. Some teams are attempting to sneak into the playoffs, while others are attempting to improve position and secure their division. The following are the circumstances that will seal the deal:

The NFC playoff race is heating up.

  1. With a victory, the Saints secure the division, while the 49ers lose.

  2. With a victory or a defeat by the Saints, the 49ers secure the division.

The NFC West championship race is heating up.

  1. With a victory, the Cardinals clinch the NFC West, while the Rams lose.

  2. With a victory or a Cardinals defeat, the Rams secure the NFC West.

AFC playoff places are up for grabs.

The Ravens have clinched a playoff berth.

  1. The Colts lose, the Chargers lose, and the Dolphins lose.

The Colts seal the deal with:

  1. Win or

  2. The Steelers and Chargers both lost, but the Dolphins won.

Raiders win by a score of:

  1. Win or

  2. If the game ends in a tie, the Colts will lose.

  3. The Colts and the Steelers both lost.

Chargers win by a score of:

  1. Win or

  2. Tie

The Steelers win by a score of:

  1. If the Chargers win and the Colts lose, the game will not result in a tie.



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The AFC’s No. 1 seed is up for grabs (and first-round bye)

Titans seal the deal with:

  1. Win or

  2. Losses by the Chiefs, Bengals, and Patriots

  3. The Chiefs lose, the Bengals lose, and the Bills win.

The Chiefs seal the deal with:

  1. Titans lose and win

Bengals win by a score of:

  1. Win and the Titans lose, the Chiefs lose, and the Patriots lose, or win and the Titans lose, the Chiefs lose, and the Patriots

  2. The Titans lose, the Chiefs lose, and the Bills win.

The Patriots win by a score of:

  1. A win, a defeat for the Bills, a loss for the Titans, and a loss for the Chiefs

The AFC East championship race is heating up.

  1. With a victory or a Patriots defeat, the Bills secure the division.

  2. With a victory, the Patriots secure the division, while the Bills lose.

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The “afc standings” is the final AFC wild card standings. The New England Patriots are in first place with a record of 14-2, followed by the Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs at 13-3.

Frequently Asked Questions

What teams are in the playoffs for 2021?

A: The Seattle Seahawks and the Baltimore Ravens will be competing in the 2021 playoffs.

What NFC teams are in the playoffs?

A: The NFC playoffs are currently being held in the Mercedes Benz Superdome.

Who is the AFC 1 seed?

A: The Jacksonville Jaguars.

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