With Week 17's 1 p.m. games complete, here's the latest on the NFL playoff scenarios, via Joe Ferriera.
- With the Bears beating the Eagles 42-7, the Giants have been eliminated from the postseason. The No. 6 seed in the NFC will be the Bears if the Vikings lose to or tie the Packers. If, however, the Vikings win, Minnesota would make the playoffs and eliminate Chicago.
- The loser of the Sunday night game between the Redskins-Cowboys is out. The winner will get the No. 4 seed in the NFC.
- With the Texans disappointing 28-16 loss to the Colts, Houston -- which came in as the No. 1 AFC seed -- could fall all the way to No. 3, meaning it wouldn't have a first-round bye. In order for that to happen, the Broncos have to beat the Chiefs to move to the No. 1 spot and the Patriots have to beat the Dolphins to sneak in at No. 2. If the Broncos lose and the Patriots win, New England would be the No. 1 seed.
- If Houston does fall to No. 3, the Texans would play host to the Bengals for the second-straight season on wild card weekend. If the Patriots lose, the Bengals would travel to New England, and if the Broncos lose and the Patriots win, Cincinnati would travel to Denver.
- The Colts will travel to Baltimore for wild card weekend.