1. Ravens (12-2; final week No. 1): They shouldn’t give Lamar Jackson the MVP award; they need to title it after him.
2. Saints (11-Three; No. Three): Is a 3rd straight heart-crushing playoff exit looming?
Three. Seahawks (11-Three; No. Four): The one silver lining from the suspension of Josh Gordon is that he actually hadn’t completed a lot in 5 video games with the workforce.
Four. 49ers (11-Three; No. 2): Saturday evening received’t be a playoff sport for the 49ers, however with the Rams watching elimination it’ll really feel like one.
5. Chiefs (10-Four; No. 5): With Terrell Suggs on the workforce, it’ll grow to be loads more durable to sleep on the most important risk to the Ravens within the AFC.
6. Packers (11-Three; No. 6): Missed when assessing the very best groups within the NFC, possibly they shouldn’t be.
7. Patriots (11-Three; No. 7): What would Invoice Belichick do to decelerate Lamar Jackson within the playoffs? Hopefully, we’ll all get to seek out out.
Eight. Vikings (10-Four; No. Eight): Kirk Cousins can have two probabilities to safe a playoff berth, and he received’t have to do this if the Rams lose to the 49ers.
9. Payments (10-Four; No. 12): Get up, America. The Payments are again.
10. Texans (9-5; No. 13): The Texans have grow to be some of the constantly inconsistent groups within the league.
11. Titans (Eight-6; No. 9): Each AFC workforce that has clinched a playoff berth ought to be hoping that the Titans received’t make it.
12. Steelers (Eight-6; No. 10): Duck and canopy.
13. Cowboys (7-7; No. 18): The Cowboys are the child who lastly will get straight A’s after a number of report playing cards filled with D’s, with the imprecise promise of extra D’s to come back.
14. Eagles (7-7; No. 16): If the Eagles lose at residence to Dallas, they’ll be throwing greater than snowballs at Santa.
15. Buccaneers (7-7; No. 15): Jameis Winston is incomes that second contract, in Tampa Bay or elsewhere.
16. Rams (Eight-6; No. 11): With Todd Gurley now not Todd Gurley, they want a brand new Todd Gurley.
17. Bears (7-7; No. 14): The band wasn’t on the sector; if solely Jasper Horsted had seen that Allen Robinson was.
18. Falcons (5-9; No. 24): In the event that they performed on a regular basis like they play towards the very best groups within the convention, they’d be 11-Three, too.
19. Browns (6-Eight; No. 17): 24 years in the past in the present day, the Ravens performed their final sport in Cleveland, because the Browns. In 5 days, the Ravens will probably be again. It may get ugly.
20. Broncos (5-9; No. 19): There’s hope for the longer term, however the current continues to be unacceptable.
21. Jaguars (5-9; No. 26): Will Tom Coughlin be 5 minutes early for his firing?
22. Raiders (6-Eight; No. 20): Derek Carr received’t have to fret about being booed off the sector for the Raiders’ first residence sport in Las Vegas.
23. Colts (6-Eight; No. 21): From 5-2 to 6-Eight, the dearth of Luck has lastly caught up with them.
24. Chargers (5-9; No. 22): At the very least they didn’t blow one other shut sport.
25. Jets (5-9; No. 23): Le’Veon Bell will get an opportunity to throw a wrench into Pittsburgh’s playoff aspirations.
26. Panthers (5-9; No. 25): From 6-2 to 7-9 a 12 months in the past, they’ve gone from 5-Three to 5-9 this 12 months.
27. Cardinals (Four-9-1; No. 30): How rather more assist can the Cardinals get round Kyler Murray within the coming offseason?
28. Washington (Three-11; No. 27): If Washington needs to rent City Meyer to educate the workforce, they shouldn’t have let him go to the stadium earlier than taking the job.
29. Lions (Three-10-1; No. 28): Empty seats and indicators calling for a sale of the workforce may spark large modifications.
30. Giants (Three-11; No. 32): Eli Manning goes out on a excessive word. It’s the one excessive word of the final three years.
31. Dolphins (Three-11; No. 29): An opportunity to screw up New England’s playoff seeding is the one factor the Dolphins should play for.
32. Bengals (1-13; No. 31): The workforce’s receivers obtained bullied on Sunday. Together with the remainder of the workforce.