The Steelers remain the NFL’s only unbeaten team, the Saints are in the lead for the top seed in the NFC, and the wild card race is wide-open in the AFC but more settled in the NFC. Here’s how the playoff picture looks after Week 11:
1. Steelers (10-0) One-game lead for home-field advantage.
2. Chiefs (9-1) Three-game lead in the AFC West.
3. Bills (7-3) One-game lead in the AFC East.
4. Colts (7-3) Owns head-to-head tiebreaker over Titans in AFC South.
5. Titans (7-3) First among the wild card teams.
6. Browns (7-3) Closing in on a return to the playoffs.
7. Raiders (6-4) Owns tiebreaker over Ravens and Dolphins thanks to better conference record.
8. Ravens (6-4) Owns tiebreaker over Dolphins based on strength of victory.
9. Dolphins (6-4) One game out in the AFC East.
10. Broncos (4-6) Two games out of the wild card.
11. Patriots (4-6) Two games out of the wild card.
12. Chargers (3-7) Three games out of the wild card.
13. Texans (3-7) Three games out of the wild card.
14. Bengals (2-7-1) Out of contention.
15. Jaguars (1-9) Way out of contention.
16. Jets (0-10) Worst team in the NFL.
1. Saints (8-2) In the lead for home-field advantage.
2. Rams (7-3) Head-to-head win over Seattle gives Rams NFC West lead.
3. Packers (7-3) Two-game lead in the NFC North.
4. Eagles (3-6-1) Leading the NFC East.
5. Seahawks (7-3) The leader in the wild card pack.
6. Buccaneers (7-4) Will be tough to catch the Saints in the NFC South.
7. Cardinals (6-4) One-game lead for the final wild card spot.
8. Bears (5-5) Two games behind in the NFC North.
9. Vikings (4-6) Three games behind in the NFC North.
10. Lions (4-6) Three games behind in the NFC North.
11. 49ers (4-6) Two games behind in the wild card.
12. Panthers (4-7) No realistic chance in the wild card race.
13. Giants (3-7) Still not out of it in the NFC East.
14. Washington (3-7) Still not out of it in the NFC East.
15. Cowboys (3-7) Still not out of it in the NFC East.
16. Falcons (3-7) Dead last in the NFC.