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 Week 15
AFC
SOUTH DIVISION
TENNESSEE TITANS - Clinched division and first-round bye. Can clinch homefield advantage throughout AFC playoffs with:
1) A win and Pittsburgh loss or tie OR
2) A tie and Pittsburgh loss.
NORTH DIVISION
PITTSBURGH STEELERS - Can clinch the division and a first-round bye with:
1) A win.
Can clinch a playoff spot with:
1) A tie and New England loss or tie OR
2) A tie and Miami loss or tie and N.Y. Jets loss or tie OR
3) New England loss and N.Y. Jets loss or tie OR
4) New England loss and Miami loss or tie OR
5) N.Y. Jets loss and Miami loss.
BALTIMORE RAVENS - Can clinch a playoff spot with:
1) A win and New England loss and N.Y. Jets loss or tie OR
2) A win and New England loss and MIA loss or tie OR
3) A win and Miami loss and N.Y. Jets loss and Indianapolis loss or tie OR
4) A win and Miami loss and N.Y. Jets loss and Indianapolis clinches strength of victory tiebreaker over Miami.

WEST DIVISION
DENVER BRONCOS - Can clinch the division with:
1) A win or tie OR
A San Diego loss or tie.

ELIMINATED - Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Oakland.

NFC
EAST DIVISION
NEW YORK GIANTS - Clinched division. Can clinch a first-round bye with:
1) A win or tie OR
2) Minnesota loss and Atlanta loss or tie OR
3) Minnesota loss and Carolina win or tie OR
4) Minnesota-Arizona game ends in a tie.
SOUTH DIVISION
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS - Can clinch a playoff spot with:
1) A win and Dallas loss or tie OR
2) A win and Philadelphia loss or tie.
CAROLINA PANTHERS - Can clinch a playoff spot with:
1) A win and Dallas loss or tie OR
2) A win or tie and Atlanta loss or tie OR
3) A tie and Dallas loss and Philadelphia loss or tie OR
4) Atlanta loss and Dallas loss and Washington loss or tie OR
5) Atlanta loss and Dallas loss and Chicago loss or tie OR
6) Atlanta loss and Philadelphia loss and Washington loss or tie and Chicago loss or tie OR
7) Atlanta loss and Philadelphia loss and Washington loss or tie and Dallas or Carolina clinch strength of victory tiebreaker over Chicago.
NORTH DIVISION
MINNESOTA VIKINGS - Can clinch the division with:
1) A win and Chicago loss.
WEST DIVISION
ARIZONA CARDINALS - Clinched division.

ELIMINATED - Detroit, St. Louis, San Francisco, Seattle.
 

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