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2023 NFL playoff picture tracker

The No. 1 seeds for the AFC and NFC have been set, but there are still a lot of playoff implications in the Week 18 games.

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We’ve reached the final day of games for the 2023 NFL regular season, and there are quite a few matchups with big playoff implications.

The NFC East and NFC South are still up for grabs, so seeding is anything but set as the early Sunday games get underway. As games finish up and the playoff picture becomes sorted out, we’ll update the information below.

The AFC seeding won’t be set until after the Bills-Dolphins game on Sunday Night Football.

Here’s how it looks so far:

NFC

  1. San Francisco 49ers — locked in the No. 1 seed and the first round bye
  2. Dallas Cowboys
  3. Detroit Lions
  4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  5. Philadelphia Eagles
  6. Los Angeles Rams
  7. Green Bay Packers

Still in the hunt: Seattle Seahawks, New Orleans Saints, Minnesota Vikings, Atlanta Falcons.

The NFC picture is set, including the wild card weekend matchups:

  • No. 5 Eagles at No. 4 Buccaneers
  • No. 7 Packers at No. 2 Cowboys
  • No. 6 Rams at No. 3 Lions

AFC

  1. Baltimore Ravens — locked in the No. 1 seed and the first round bye
  2. Miami Dolphins
  3. Kansas City Chiefs
  4. Houston Texans
  5. Cleveland Browns
  6. Buffalo Bills
  7. Pittsburgh Steelers,

Still in the hunt: Jacksonville Jaguars

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