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Now, they can clinch the division with a win and a Ravens loss in Week Their upcoming road remains difficult, especially in Week 16, but for one week, the Steelers can breathe easier.
The Chargers clinched a playoff berth with a victory Thursday night at Kansas City, but they have more work to do. The FPI gives them a 29 percent chance to pull it off.
The Ravens are now fending off two other teams -- the Colts and Titans -- and hold the tiebreaker among that trio. While the Ravens have a cross-country trip ahead to play the Chargers in Week 16, the Colts will host the Giants and the Titans will host the Redskins.
One more victory, in Week 16 or 17, will clinch it because they own the head-to-head tiebreaker with the Rams.
And after losing at home to the Eagles, they are now in position to lose out on a first-round bye altogether. On the other hand, they can still clinch a first-round bye with a win in Week 16 and a Bears loss.
They secured the inevitable Sunday by defeating the Packers at Soldier Field. The only question left now is whether they can sneak past the Rams for a first-round bye.
The Bears hold the head-to-head tiebreaker if it comes to that. Their lead in the division is down to one game over both the Redskins and Eagles, but Dallas owns the tiebreaker against both.
So the only way the Cowboys will lose the division is if they lose both of their remaining games and either the Redskins or Eagles finish The FPI gives that scenario a 2.
Had they won Sunday at San Francisco, the Seahawks would have clinched a playoff berth. But one victory over their final two games should still do it.
Had the Vikings not defeated the Dolphins on Sunday, they would have fallen out of the second wild-card spot. They have no margin for error with a half-game lead, and their only way to guarantee a playoff berth is to win their final two games -- both against NFC North rivals.
But they do have a chance to clinch a wild-card berth with a win in Week 16, a loss by the Eagles and a loss by the Redskins.
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