Philadelphia's loss Saturday made the NFC playoff picture a little less cluttered. That only means either Dallas, Green Bay, or Seattle will be on the outside looking in.
Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers, who go up against an Arizona Cardinals team that is fighting for the last playoff spot, still have a shot at the top seed in the NFC with a Seattle Seahawks' loss this weekend against the St. Louis rams while the Green Bay Packers face the Chicago Bears for the NFC North title and the Philadelphia Eagles battle the Dallas Cowboys - without Tony Romo - on the "Sunday Night Football" telecast of the season.
With both teams looking to clinch their respective divisions, Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles host Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears on "Sunday Night Football".
With two weeks left in the regular season, the Seattle Seahawks look to lock up the NFC West title this week, while Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints travel to Carolina to take on Cam Newton and the Panthers, in game that may decide who gets the second bye in the 2013-2014 NFC playoffs.
The Detroit Lions, trying to hold on to their NFC North lead over the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers, host the Baltimore Ravens, who hold the tiebreaker over the Miami Dolphins for the last wild-card postseason spot in the AFC.
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