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Week 15 is in the Books for the NFL

Week 15 is in the Books for the NFL

  • NFC EAST: Combined Record 27-29
  • Dallas 9-4: The Cowboys went into the nation’s capital and took care of business to virtually lock up the division.
  • Philadelphia 7-7 : Huge win for the Eagles over Washington keeps them in the NFC wild card hunt.
  • Washington 6-8: COVID and injuries got the best of the Football Team. Their playoff hopes are in grave danger.
  • New York Giants 4-10: The Giants are really bad.
  • NFC NORTH: Combined Record 24-31-1
  • Green Bay: 11-3 They are moving closer to grabbing the No.1 seed in the NFC.
  • Minnesota: 7-7 The Vikings won their 2nd in a row in a game they absolutely had to win.
  • Chicago: 4-10 The Bears are playing out the string and trying to get their coach fired.
  • Detroit: 2-11-1 They pulled off a huge upset over Arizona and they haven’t quit.
  • NFC SOUTH: Combined Record 28-28
  • Tampa Bay 10-4: The Buccaneers were shutout at home and are now behind the eight ball in the race for the No.1 seed in the NFC.
  • New Orleans 7-7: They won a game against the Bucs that they weren’t supposed to win. They are clearly in the playoff hunt.
  • Atlanta 6-8: They had to win in San Francisco and didn’t. They are all but out of the hunt.
  • Carolina 5-9: Remember when Cam Newton said he was back. Hahahahaha
  • NFC WEST: Combined Record 33-23
  • Arizona 10-4: The Cardinals have lost 2 in a row and are suddenly in danger of finishing 2nd in the division.
  • Los Angeles 10-4: After a mid-season slump, they appear to be ready for the stretch run. They are taking dead aim at the NFC West title.
  • San Francisco 8-6: The 49ers are in a great position to claim a wild card spot. They need a couple of more wins.
  • Seattle 5-9: They played hard in LA but couldn’t make enough plays offensively to win. Big changes ahead for next year.
  • AFC EAST: Combined Record 27-29
  • New England 9-5: They had their seven game winning streak snapped at Indianapolis and sets up a huge game at home against Buffalo.
  • Buffalo 8-6: The Bills took care of business against Carolina and can get back in the division hunt with a win in New England.
  • Miami 7-7: Six in a row for the Dolphins; can they keep it going against a tough schedule?
  • New York Jets 3-11: Another loss for the Jets.
  • AFC NORTH: Combined Record 30-25-1
  • Cincinnati 8-6: The Bengals went into Denver and won an ugly game they had to have. Win out and they are division champs.
  • Baltimore 8-6: The Ravens lost another game trying to get a 2-pt. conversion instead of kicking the extra point and heading to overtime.
  • Pittsburgh 7-6-1: They just don’t go away. Huge win over the Titans in overtime. Hey, Ravens maybe you should try that!
  • Cleveland 7-7: They fought valiantly with all of their COVID problems but couldn’t get the stop they needed to win.
  • AFC SOUTH: Combined Record 22-34
  • Tennessee 9-5: Tough loss in Pittsburgh as the Titans have lost three out of their last four. They are in some trouble.
  • Indianapolis 8-6: The Colts whipped up on the Patriots and are playing as well as anyone.
  • Houston 3-11: The Texans whipped up on the hapless Jaguars.
  • Jacksonville 2-12: They are now the worst team in the league.
  • AFC WEST: Combined Record 32-24
  • Kansas City 10-4: Seven in a row for the surging Chiefs and they have asserted themselves as the best team in the AFC.
  • LA Chargers 8-6: They had every chance to beat the Chiefs and didn’t get it done. They have to rebound and secure the wild card spot.
  • Denver 7-7: The Broncos had a chance to beat the Bengals but couldn’t pull it off. They are on life support now.
  • Las Vegas 7-7: The Raiders stay alive with a win over the Browns. They are still breathing.

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