Coverage maps scenarios, assuming no ties: Seattle wins the NFC West & the #1 seed with a win OR an Arizona loss. If neither happens, Arizona wins both. The team that doesn't win the division is likely the #5 seed. The winner of the Detroit / Green Bay game (hint: its Green Bay), wins the NFC North and the #2 seed. The loser is likely stuck with the #6 seed. Dallas is stuck with the #3 seed. The winner of the Atlanta / Carolina game will win the NFC South and will be the second team this decade to make the postseason as a losing-record division champion. New England has clinched the AFC #1 seed. Denver hasn't clinched the #2 seed yet but they can with either a win or a loss by Cincinnati. Indianapolis is, I'm fairly sure, stuck as the #4 seed. The winner of the Cincinnati / Pittsburgh game tonight wins the AFC North. Pittsburgh would be the #3 seed if they win, Cincinnati could be the #3 or the #2 seed with a Denver loss as well. The loser would be the #5 seed. The final AFC spot comes down to four teams: It goes to San Diego if they beat Kansas City If Kansas City wins, Baltimore gets it if they beat Cleveland If Kansas City and Cleveland win, Houston gets it if they beat Jacksonville If Kansas City, Cleveland, and Jacksonville all win (good luck with that), Kansas City steals the final spot ...and of note, Tampa Bay 'wins' next years' top pick in the draft if they lose to New Orleans. If they win, Tennessee would get if they lose to Indianapolis. If they both win, then I don't know.