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Who’s winning the Super Bowl this year?

Where is your favorite team going to finish?

Who’s the MVP?

All those questions answered and more…….


(Playoff teams are in italics)

AFC North

Pittsburgh Steelers (11-5)

Cincinnati Bengals (8-7-1)

Cleveland Browns (7-9)

Baltimore Ravens (7-9)


AFC South

Jacksonville Jaguars (9-7)

Tennessee Titans (7-9)

Indianapolis Colts (7-9)

Houston Texans (6-10)


AFC East

New England Patriots (10-6)

Miami Dolphins (7-9)

Buffalo Bills (4-12)

New York Jets (4-12)


AFC West

Los Angeles Chargers (11-5)

Kansas City Chiefs (10-6)

Denver Broncos (8-7-1)

Oakland Raiders (6-9-1)


NFC North

Chicago Bears (10-6)

Detroit Lions (10-6)

Minnesota Vikings (8-7-1)

Green Bay Packers (8-8)


NFC South

Atlanta Falcons (12-4)

New Orleans Saints (11-4-1)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-10)

Carolina Panthers (5-11)


NFC East

Washington Redskins (11-5)

Dallas Cowboys (8-8)

Philadelphia Eagles (8-8)

New York Giants (5-11)


NFC West

Los Angeles Rams (13-3)

Seattle Seahawks (9-6-1)

San Francisco 49ers (6-10)

Arizona Cardinals (1-15)



1. Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints)

2. Tom Brady (New England Patriots)

3. Matt Ryan (Atlanta Falcons)

4. Jared Goff (Los Angeles Rams)

5. Le’Veon Bell (Pittsburgh Steelers)

6. Alex Smith (Washington Redskins)



Wildcard Round:

New England Patriots def. Cincinnati Bengals (28-21)

Detroit Lions def. Washington Redskins (28-17)

Jacksonville Jaguars def. Kansas City Chiefs (21-17)

New Orleans Saints def. Chicago Bears (24-19)


Divisional Round:

Jacksonville Jaguars def. Los Angeles Chargers (20-10)

Los Angeles Rams def. Detroit Lions (17-10)

Pittsburgh Steelers def. New England Patriots (27-17)

Atlanta Falcons def. New Orleans Saints (21-17)


Conference Championships:

Pittsburgh Steelers def. Jacksonville Jaguars

Los Angeles Rams def. Atlanta Falcons


Super Bowl:

Pittsburgh Steelers def. Los Angeles Rams (20-13)