The Bills and Saints are home favorites, while bookmakers back Tampa Bay and Baltimore to win on the road.
Of the 14 total playoff spots available, only seven have been claimed so far. Once a team makes the playoffs, anything can happen—especially in 2020.
The Pittsburgh Steelers survived a scare against the Indianapolis Colts, the Titans flopped in Green Bay and the Miami Dolphins found magic in Las Vegas.
The Steelers are only the third team in NFL history to lose three straight games after starting the season 11-0.
Monday night's win by the Cincinnati Bengals over the Steelers was the biggest upset on Monday Night Football since 1978.
"As much as I disliked playing against him I loved everything about him at the same time and I loved him like a brother. Gods army just got much stronger," Brett Favre tweeted.
Despite all the big-name players and plays, it came down to the final two plays and one of the best kickers in the NFL.
The Green Bay Packers, Buffalo Bills and Pittsburgh Steelers can all clinch a playoff spot in Week 14.
The Saints and Chiefs have clinched playoff spots, but not division titles. Here are the paths for 5 teams to clinch one or both this weekend. The Packers have six scenarios how they can make the playoffs.
The Pittsburgh Steelers remain top of the AFC standings at 11-1, while the New Orleans Saints hold the No. 1 seed in the NFC at 10-2.
Washington snapped a six-game losing streak against the Steelers, beating Pittsburgh for the first time since Week 12 of the 1991 season.
The Pittsburgh Steelers were the NFL's only unbeaten team, but they lost Monday to a team that ditched their old nickname and then resurrected a decrepit QB. This scrambles the playoff scenarios in both conferences.
Smith had the bloody injury Monday night on his left leg, not the surgically-repaired right leg that nearly cost him his career and his life.
Broadcast restrictions prevent the game from being nationally televised, even though it's the only game on TV during that time slot. Here's a map that shows which parts of the country can get the game tonight on FOX.
The Saints and Chiefs are the only teams to clinch playoff spots so far. Here's where things stand after Sunday's slate of games.
Baltimore will be without its star quarterback when it travels to Pittsburgh to face the Steelers in a crucial AFC North matchup.
NBC opted to schedule the game for 3:40 p.m. ET to avoid it clashing with 88th Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting ceremony, to which it also holds the rights.
This would be the first Wednesday game in the NFL since the Dallas Cowboys played the New York Giants in the 2012 season opener, which was moved so it wouldn't conflict with Barack Obama's speech at the Democratic National Convention.
There's one game remaining on both Monday and Tuesday nights, but here are the playoff games and standings if the season ended today.
The Detroit Lions host the Houston Texans in the first of two games on Turkey Day, before the Dallas Cowboys welcome the Washington Football Team.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are in control of the AFC at 10-0, while the New Orleans Saints lead the NFC with a 8-2 record.
The Steelers are the only undefeated team in the NFL. Here's a look at their treacherous, yet maneuverable, games remaining on the regular season schedule.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are in control of the AFC at 9-0, while the Green Bay Packers and New Orleans Saints lead the NFC with a 7-2 record.
If the NFL has to shorten the season because of COVID outbreaks, it would expand its playoffs to 16 teams, meaning half the league would get in. Here would be the match-ups by using the current standings.
Ballot workers in Allegheny County received a pleasant surprise on Wednesday night, when meals were delivered to the 80,000-square feet voting site.
The Steelers are the only unbeaten team remaining in the NFL, but it's how they're getting it done. Additionally, this schedule has them as a favorite.
Should the Packers, Steelers and Titans win their games on Sunday, the NFL would have four teams undefeated through Week 6 for the third time since the merger.
The Titans may only get a walk through on Saturday, with no practices this week. But the NFL says it is monitoring the situation, and that the game will likely go as planned.
Three brothers playing in one NFL game is extremely rare, even for the NFL's steeped history. Now, it gets even harder to watch, even for the family.
The Joe Judge era begins for the Giants, while the Steelers welcome back Ben Roethlisberger as their bid to for first playoff trip in three years begins.