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What Teams Are In The Nfl Playoffs 2020? Update The Afc, Nfc And Support Tables After Week 10

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The first 10 weeks of the NFL season are in the history books and a clearer picture of which teams could make the NFL playoffs is beginning to emerge. The Pittsburgh Steelers remain the only undefeated team in the NFL and currently hold the No. 1 seed in the AFC, while the race for the top spot in the NFC is more crowded, with the Green Bay Packers and New Orleans Saints both at 7-2.

Meanwhile, three of four NFC West teams currently hold a postseason berth.

Here’s what the playoff bracket looks like after 10 weeks of the season.

AFC

Pittsburgh Steelers (9-0)

The only undefeated team left in the NFL, the Steelers tightened their grasp on the AFC North with a 36-10 win over division rivals Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday afternoon. The Steelers currently hold a one-game lead over the Kansas City Chiefs in the race to the AFC’s solitary bye and home field advantage, but their remaining six games are tricky. Pittsburgh still has three matchups against its divisional rivals on the slate, as well as a trip to Buffalo to face the 7-3 Bills and a home game against the 6-3 Indianapolis Colts to come.

Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers celebrates after a 98-yard touchdown run by Ronald Jones II #27 during their NFL game against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium on November 15, 2020 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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Los Angeles Rams (6-3)

The Rams overtook the Seahawks in second place in the NFC West with a 23-16 win on Sunday. Along with the Cardinals, the duo are both 6-3, but while Arizona is 3-0 against divisional opponents, the Rams are 1-1. Los Angeles, however, still has four games against divisional rivals and a matchup against NFC opponents Tampa Bay left over the final seven weeks of the season.

Seattle Seahawks (6-3)

The third NFC West team with a 6-3 record, the Seahawks are holding the final wildcard beth in the NFC. Seattle is 1-2 against divisional opponents, but hasn’t lost to NFC teams outside of its division and five of its seven remaining games are against teams with a losing record.

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