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Scenarios for NFL playoff possibilities

Dec. 29, 2013 at 8:29 PM   |   Comments

NEW YORK, Dec. 29 (UPI) -- Here are the NFL playoff scenarios after Sunday's day games on the final week of the 2013 regular season:

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AFC teams in (division winners): Denver (13-3), New England (12-4), Cincinnati (11-5), Indianapolis (11-5)

AFC wild-card teams in: Kansas City (11-5), San Diego (9-7), Pittsburgh (8-8)

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Denver --

Clinched home field throughout AFC playoffs.

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New England --

Clinched first-round bye.

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Cincinnati --

To play San Diego in wild-card round.

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Indianapolis --

To play Kansas City in wild-card round.

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Kansas City --

To play at Indianapolis in wild-card round.

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San Diego --

To play at Cincinnati in wild-card round.

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NFC teams in (division winners): Seattle (13-3), Carolina (12-4), Green Bay (8-7-1)

NFC wild-card teams in: San Francisco (12-4), New Orleans (11-5)

NFC teams still possible for playoffs: Philadelphia (9-6), Dallas (8-7).

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Seattle --

Clinched home field throughout the NFC playoffs.

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Carolina --

Clinched first-round bye.

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Philadelphia or Dallas --

To plays New Orleans in wild-card round.

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Green Bay --

To play San Francisco in wild-card round.

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San Francisco --

To plays at Green Bay in wild-card round.

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New Orleans --

To plays at Philadelphia or Dallas in wild-card round.

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