The NFL playoff teams are now set after the regular season ended yesterday.
In the AFC, Denver is the top seed after ripping Kansas City 38-3; New England is the two seed after blanking the Miami Dolphins 28-0; both the winners will receive first round playoff byes.
In AFC games this week, six seed Cincinnati will face third seed Houston on Saturday while five seed Indianapolis travels to face four seed Baltimore on Sunday.
In the NFC, Atlanta is the top seed and San Francisco is number two and both those teams will receive first round byes. Saturday, six seed Minnesota travels to face three seed Green Bay after just playing in Minnesota on Sunday, a game the Vikings won to make the playoffs. On Sunday five seed Seattle travels to play four seed Washington; the Redskins beat Dallas Sunday night to win the NFC East and make the playoffs.
On the other end of the spectrum, Kansas City and Jacksonville tie for the league’s worst record at 2-14.