NFL Playoff scenarios 2022: What to watch in Week 18 games, current picture of the division race

The NFL playoffs 2022 is around the corner. 11 teams of 32 already clinched the playoff seed in the post-season race. 5 teams from AFC and 6 teams from the NFC conference where only the Green Bay Packers clinched the NFC conference and first-round bye.

Here are the current playoff scenarios you need to watch.

  1. Titans (11-5); clinched AFC South division
  2. Chiefs (11-5); clinched AFC West division
  3. Bengals (10-6); clinched AFC North division
  4. Bills (10-6); clinched the wild card
  5. Patriots (10-6); clinched the wild card
  6. Los Angeles Chargers (9-7)
  7. Las Vegas Raiders (9-7)
  8. Indianapolis Colts (9-7)
  9. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-7-1)

NFC playoffs

  1. Packers (13-3); clinched NFC North division and No. 1 seed
  2. Rams (12-4); clinched the wild card
  3. Buccaneers (12-4); clinched NFC South division
  4. Cowboys (11-5); clinched NFC East division
  5. Cardinals (11-5); clinched the wild card
  6. Eagles (9-7) clinched the wild card
  7. 49ers (9-7)
  8. Saints (8-8)

Now the biggest question of the NFL Week 18, Los Angeles Chargers (9-7) vs Las Vegas Raiders (9-7), who will clinch the playoffs 2022? The winner will make the next round because the Indianapolis Colts (9-7) will win against the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-14) in the last game of the season and earn the sixth or seventh seed.

A Huge win against the Washington Football team 20-16, Philadelphia Eagles (9-7) clinched a playoff spot.

We will not see the Baltimore Ravens (8-8) and Lamer Jackson in the playoffs round because of their five straight losses. A one-point loss to Rams 20-19 eliminated the most expected team of the AFC conference.

The Cleveland Browns (7-8) will visit the Pittsburgh Steelers (7-7-1) to end Week 17. Both teams have very few chances to earn tickets.

In the NFC conference, the playoff scenarios have almost cleared but the 7th seeded team the San Francisco 49ers (9-7) need a much-needed win against the huge opponent against the Rams. On the Other hand, the New Orleans Saints (8-8) have little chance of remaining against the Atlanta Falcons (7-9) on Sunday, January 9, 2022.

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