NFL playoff picture and scenarios 2015, Week 14: Top AFC teams can clinch on Sunday

The Broncos failed to clinch on Sunday. Five teams were eliminated from contention entirely, and the Patriots moved into the No. 1 seed in the AFC. Updated playoff picture here.

At the beginning of Week 14, every team except the Cleveland Browns was still alive in the postseason race. While teams like the San Diego Chargers, Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers aren’t going to make it to the playoffs, the tightness of the wild card races in both conferences has kept almost every team mathematically alive into mid-December.

Speaking of bad divisions, the AFC South went 1-3 on Sunday, with the only win coming from the Jacksonville Jaguars, who laid a 51-16 smack down on the Indianapolis Colts. The Texans’ wild card hopes are almost over, and their Week 15 matchup with the Colts could be a win-or-go-home situation.

In the AFC West, the Broncos failed to clinch their division while the Kansas City Chiefs keep sneaking up, now sitting just two games behind. These teams split their regular season series, but Kansas City holds a slight edge in division record, so keep an eye out on that race. Andy Reid’s squad has somehow won seven in a row despite losing Jamaal Charles halfway through the year.

Authentic Youth Khari Lee Jersey Finally, let’s bid a fond farewell to the Baltimore Ravens, Tennessee Titans, San Diego Chargers, Detroit Lions and San Francisco 49ers, who were officially eliminated from postseason contention this week. Better luck next year, and check out the latest draft position here.
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Here are the complete standings after Sunday’s games.

Let’s start with how alignment of the tight end and/or the wide receivers can help a tackle. Anytime a tight end is in a two-point stance, within 2 yards of the tackle either on or off the ball, one of their main goals is to distract the defense end, either with body presence or a physical chip, then run a route.

Here are two examples of both. (I’ll be using lots of clips of my brother Mitchell, the right tackle for the Chiefs, because I know the scheme, and I know what his job is).

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