Originally posted on Turn On the Jets  |  Last updated 12/13/11
There are only three games left in the 2011 NFL season. Where did the time go? Despite heading into week 15, 21 teams technically remain alive for a playoff spot and we are only sure about one thing when it comes to seeding, that Green Bay will be number one in the NFC. Let’s take a closer look – AFC Houston (10-3) Baltimore (10-3) New England (10-3) Denver (8-5) Pittsburgh (10-3) New York Jets (8-5) Tennessee (7-6) Cincinnati (7-6) Oakland (7-6) San Diego (6-7) The battle for a bye and the NFC North title should prevent Houston, New England, Baltimore, and Pittsburgh from resting any starters in the coming weeks. Denver looks to be in the driver’s seat for the AFC West, considering how Oakland has looked in the previous two weeks. San Diego is technically still lingering around in the West but Baltimore could end that this weekend. In terms of the wild-card, the Jets control their own destiny but have three very losable games approaching on the schedule. Cincinnati and Tennessee ...
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