Arizona Cardinals v Seattle Seahawks

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The tip of the NFC playoff image looks to be substitute after Week 11.

The Packers went into the weekend with the tip space in the NFC playoff image, but their loss to the Vikings and the Cardinals’ receive in Seattle moved Arizona help as much as the No. 1 space. Green Bay holds the tiebreaker by virtue of their head-to-head receive over the Cardinals and there’s bigger than satisfactory soccer left on the time desk for things to replace all as soon as more.

Another replace got here on Monday evening. The Buccaneers’ receive over the Giants pushed them previous the Cowboys into the No. 3 space in the convention. A head-to-head receive accounts for that shift as successfully and tiebreakers figure to loom natty with the tip of the NFC playoff image having a witness clearer and clearer a week.

Right here’s how your complete playoff image shapes up heading into Week 12’s video games:

1. Cardinals (9-2) Going 2-1 without Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins in the lineup the final three weeks may per chance well well smooth invent for a gratifying bye week in Arizona.

2. Packers (8-3) The Packers can wait on themselves and the Cardinals out by beating the Rams this weekend.

3. Buccaneers (7-3) Monday evening’s receive snapped a two-game shedding hotfoot and confirmed how necessary it helps having tight pause Rob Gronkowski in the lineup.

4. Cowboys (7-3) The offense by no contrivance received transferring into Kansas City and is banged up heading into their Thanksgiving matchup with the Raiders.

5. Rams (7-3) They slumped into their bye week and yet one more dud in Green Bay will invent it very exhausting to invent any push for the NFC West.

6. Vikings (5-5) Beating the Packers is continuously cause of celebration, but they’ll’t revel too long with the 49ers on tap in Week 12.

7. Saints (5-5) The time desk softens up in basically the most attention-grabbing weeks, but they’re trending in the unsuitable direction with three straight losses.

8. 49ers (5-5) They received their first home receive in a really very long time about a weeks ago and yet one more one over the Vikings this weekend would be a gigantic step forward for the Niners.

9. Eagles (5-6) Rediscovering their running game has pushed them help into the playoff image and two straight video games at MetLife Stadium affords them a lawful probability to hit the bye week with a successful file.

10. Panthers (5-6) Cam Newton‘s return to Bank of The United States Stadium ended with a loss and the Panthers can’t maintain ample money too many more stumbles in the event that they’re looking out for to preserve the playoff fires burning.

11. Washington (4-6) They’re coming off their most efficient two-game stretch of the season and host the sagging Seahawks next Monday evening with a possibility to preserve pushing their contrivance up the board.

12. Falcons (4-6) They get the Jaguars this week, but they’ve been outscored 68-3 the final two weeks and that makes it exhausting to eradicate stock in the Falcons.

13. Giants (3-7) They’ve lost their final 10 prime-time video games after falling on Monday evening and there’s no longer necessary hope they’ll be taking half in one of them in the postseason.

14. Bears (3-7) Sunday’s loss used to be their fifth straight and Bears fans maintain grew to became their consideration far from an unimaginable playoff trip to offseason changes.

15. Seahawks (3-7) A receive over the Jaguars is the only real one they’ve since Week Four and it feels appreciate gigantic changes are forward in Seattle.

16. Lions (0-8-1) They’ve come stop to wins the final two weeks and Thanksgiving against the Bears can be their breakthrough moment.