The NFL regular season wrapped up on Sunday with plenty of intrigue and scenarios at play for several teams, but the field is now set for the playoffs. The top two teams in each conference get a bye, with the No. 3 seed hosting the No. 6 seed and No. 4 seed hosting the No. 5 seed next weekend. Here's the complete playoff picture.
AFC Playoff Picture
1.) New England Patriots (13-3)
The Patriots wrapped up home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with a win over the New York Jets on Sunday. They owned the tiebreaker over the Steelers thanks to their Week 15 win.
3.) Jacksonville Jaguars (10-6)
The Jaguars have been locked into the three-seed for the past few weeks and will host a playoff game - the first time they are in the postseason since 2007.
4.) Kansas City Chiefs (10-6)
The Chiefs locked up the four-seed and the AFC West crown with a 29-13 win over the Miami Dolphins in Week 16. This will be the third year in a row the Chiefs have made the playoffs.
5.) Tennessee Titans (9-7)
The Titans went on the road and beat the Jaguars in Week 17, securing their wild card bid. It's the first time Tennessee is in the playoffs since 2008.
6.) Buffalo Bills (9-7)
Buffalo snaps the longest playoff drought in the sport by making the postseason for the first time since 1999. They beat the Miami Dolphins to give themselves a chance and got the No. 6 spot when the Baltimore Ravens lost to the Cincinnati Bengals.
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NFC Playoff Picture
1.) Philadelphia Eagles (13-3)
The Eagles locked up home-field advantage with a win over the Oakland Raiders on Monday Night Football last week, so they rested all of their starters in a loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
2.) Minnesota Vikings (13-3)
Minnesota dominated the Chicago Bears in Week 17, securing a first-round bye in the process. However, they're only No. 2 because of Philadelphia's victory over them in October.
3.) Los Angeles Rams (11-5)
The Rams clinched the NFC West last week and are heading to the playoffs for the first time since 2004. Even though they lost, losses by New Orleans and Carolina allowed them to keep the No. 3 seed.
4.) New Orleans Saints (11-5)
The Saints blew a big lead in the fourth quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, yet Carolina's loss clinched the NFC South for the Saints for the first time since 2011. They will face the Panthers next weekend and have won both matchups between the teams this season.
5.) Carolina Panthers (11-5)
The Panthers had a chance to win the NFC South with a win over Atlanta and a Saints loss and could have even moved up to the No. 2 spot if the Vikings lost. However, their loss to the Falcons kept them in the No. 5 spot and on the road next weekend.