As we head into Week 16, both conference playoff pictures are muddy, with several teams jostling for one of the 12 postseason spots.
Take a look below at where all 32 teams stand with just two games remaining.
Week 16 NFL power rankings
Week 16 NFL power rankings
32. Cincinnati Bengals
Last week: 32nd
Week 15 result: Lost to the Patriots, 34-13
Week 16 opponent: at Miami Dolphins
One thing to know: The Bengals have a two-game lead on the rest of the NFL for the No. 1 pick in the 2020 draft. As long as the Bengals don't win a game, they should be in the clear for April.
(AP Photo/Gary Landers)
31. Washington Redskins
Last week: 29th
Week 15 result: Lost to the Eagles, 37-27
Week 16 opponent: vs. New York Giants
One thing to know: Washington has now blown big leads against the Eagles twice this season, leaving them with six consecutive losses against Philadelphia. Maybe next year they can finally break the streak against their divisional rival.
(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
30. New York Giants
Last week: 31st
Week 15 result: Beat the Dolphins, 36-20
Week 16 opponent: at Washington Redskins
One thing to know: Statistically, there has not been much difference between Eli Manning and Daniel Jones this season, but Manning's return to the field the last two weeks has given the Giants some energy. Manning was given the game ball in Week 15 after throwing for 283 yards and 2 touchdowns (and 3 interceptions).
(AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
29. Detroit Lions
Last week: 28th
Week 15 result: Lost to the Buccaneers, 38-17
Week 16 opponent: at Denver Broncos
One thing to know: Lions head coach Matt Patricia will now have two seasons at the helm of the team with six wins or less, in a division that only looks to be getting more competitive year after year. But despite his rough start, the Lions front office is reportedly sticking with Patricia heading into 2020.
(AP Photo/Andy Clayton-King)
28. Miami Dolphins
Last week: 27th
Week 15 result: Lost to the Giants, 36-20
Week 16 opponent: vs. Cincinnati Bengals
One thing to know: With Ryan Fitzpatrick likely starting Week 16, it's worth asking what's in store for Josh Rosen. The second-year QB hasn't played since Week 6, and the Dolphins seem likely to pursue a QB upgrade this offseason.
(AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
27. New York Jets
Last week: 25th
Week 15 result: Lost to the Ravens, 42-21
Week 16 opponent: vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
One thing to know: The Jets season may be over, but the team can still play the role of spoiler on Sunday against the Steelers, knocking them out of the playoff picture with a win in New York.
(AP Photo/Steven Ryan)
26. Arizona Cardinals
Last week: 30th
Week 15 result: Beat the Browns, 38-24
Week 16 opponent: at Seattle Seahawks
One thing to know: Kenyan Drake had a monster game in Week 15, going for 137 yards and 4 touchdowns. A free agent this season, it seems he may have found a landing spot in Arizona.
(AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
25. Carolina Panthers
Last week: 23rd
Week 15 result: Lost to the Seahawks, 30-24
Week 16 opponent: at Indianapolis Colts
One thing to know: The Panthers have now lost six straight games after a somewhat promising 5-3 start to the season. This week, the team is expected to give rookie quarterback Will Grier his first start in what could be an important evaluation for the franchise with questions at the position heading into 2020.
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24. Los Angeles Chargers
Last week: 22nd
Week 15 result: Lost to the Vikings, 39-10
Week 16 opponent: vs. Oakland Raiders
One thing to know: Third-year receiver Mike Williams has made strides this season. Williams has 912 yards on the season, with a ridiculous, league-leading average of 20 yards per reception.
(AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)
23. Denver Broncos
Last week: 21st
Week 15 result: Lost to the Chiefs, 23-3
Week 16 opponent: vs. Detroit Lions
One thing to know: After two straight wins to start his career, Drew Lock suffered his first loss on Sunday, completing less than 50% of his passes on a snowy day in Kansas City. Despite the rough day, though, it feels like the Broncos finally have found a quarterback they feel comfortable investing some time in developing.
(AP Photo/Ed Zurga)
22. Cleveland Browns
Last week: 19th
Week 15 result: Lost to the Cardinals, 38-24
Week 16 opponent: vs. Baltimore Ravens
One thing to know: The Browns may technically be alive in the playoff race, but things are turning sour quick. NFL Network's Mike Silver reported Browns players were shouting at the Cardinals to "come get me." This, after reports that Odell Beckham Jr. wants out of Cleveland, too.
(AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
21. Oakland Raiders
Last week: 20th
Week 15 result: Lost to the Jaguars, 20-16
Week 16 opponent: at Los Angeles Chargers
One thing to know: The Raiders collapsed in the fourth quarter on Sunday against the Jaguars, losing calamitously in their final home game in Oakland ever. Raider Nation made their displeasure known, booing and throwing trash onto the field after the final whistle.
(AP Photo/Ben Margot)
20. Jacksonville Jaguars
Last week: 26th
Week 15 result: Beat the Raiders, 20-16
Week 16 opponent: at Atlanta Falcons
One thing to know: The Jaguars were swiftly handed another "L" after breaking a five-game losing streak. After an arbitrator ruled against the team for fining players for missing offseason medical appointments on Monday, the NFLPA warned players about signing in Jacksonville, noting these types of complaints are common.
(AP Photo/John Raoux)
19. Atlanta Falcons
Last week: 24th
Week 15 result: Beat the 49ers, 29-22
Week 16 opponent: vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
One thing to know: With their dramatic win over the 49ers on Sunday, the Falcons now have beaten two of the top teams in the NFC this season, having already beaten the Saints back in Week 10. It leaves one to wonder what this team could have been had they not completely stumbled to a 1-7 record to start the season.
(AP Photo/Josie Lepe)
18. Indianapolis Colts
Last week: 18th
Week 15 result: Lost to the Saints, 34-7
Week 16 opponent: vs. Carolina Panthers
One thing to know: The Colts began the season 6-2, but have lost six straight. Their poor showing on both sides of the ball in Week 15 showed that there are still a lot of improvements to be made to the roster this offseason.
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16. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Last week: 17th
Week 15 result: Beat the Lions, 38-17
Week 16 opponent: vs. Houston Texans
One thing to know: Turnover issues continue to plague Jameis Winston, but he's also had back-to-back 450-yard, 4-touchdown games and supported two 1,000-yard receivers in Chris Godwin and Mike Evans. Has he done enough to keep his job going forward? The Bucs have won four straight.
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15. Los Angeles Rams
Last week: 12th
Week 15 result: Lost to the Cowboys, 44-21
Week 16 opponent: at San Francisco 49ers
One thing to know: The Rams have suffered through a season of starts and stops in the year following their NFC title. Heading into Sunday, Los Angeles looked as though they had finally put it together, winning two straight games dominantly and looking like the Rams of last year. Still, they couldn't keep it going against the Cowboys as Dallas obliterated them on both sides of the ball, all but ending their hopes of making it back to the playoffs.
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14. Philadelphia Eagles
Last week: 15th
Week 15 result: Beat the Redskins, 37-27
Week 16 opponent: vs. Dallas Cowboys
One thing to know: The Eagles' playoff mission is simple: win-out and they're in. Week 16 against the Cowboys could decide the season.
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13. Pittsburgh Steelers
Last week: 13th
Week 15 result: Lost to the Bills, 17-10
Week 16 opponent: at New York Jets
One thing to know: With their loss to the Bills this week, the Steelers' path to the playoffs got a bit more daunting. Pittsburgh still controls their destiny and can secure a spot in the postseason if they win out against the Jets and Ravens to close the year. Should they drop either of those games, they'll need some help from around the AFC to play into January.
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12. Tennessee Titans
Last week: 10th
Week 15 result: Lost to the Texans, 24-21
Week 16 opponent: vs. New Orleans Saints
One thing to know: The Titans' playoff hopes took a blow with their loss to the Texans. They're not out yet, but they'll have to win out and beat the Texans in Houston in Week 17.
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11. Dallas Cowboys
Last week: 16th
Week 15 result: Beat the Rams, 44-21
Week 16 opponent: at Philadelphia Eagles
One thing to know: After three straight losses left the Cowboys on the brink of disaster, Dallas finally turned things around on Sunday with a huge win over the Rams, setting up an all-or-nothing game in Philadelphia this weekend with the NFC East hanging in the balance. Hopefully, the Cowboys can avoid another coin-toss snafu this time around.
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10. Houston Texans
Last week: 11th
Week 15 result: Beat the Titans, 24-21
Week 16 opponent: at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
One thing to know: Texans coach Bill O'Brien didn't rule out J.J. Watt for the playoffs. If Houston can win the division, the return of Watt could give a struggling Texans defense a huge boost in the postseason.
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9. Minnesota Vikings
Last week: 8th
Week 15 result: Beat the Chargers, 39-10
Week 16 opponent: vs. Green Bay Packers
One thing to know: Minnesota has already secured their spot in the playoffs, but still have an outside shot at winning the NFC North if they win out, and the Packers lose out, including in a matchup this weekend.
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8. Buffalo Bills
Last week: 9th
Week 15 result: Beat the Steelers, 17-10
Week 16 opponent: at New England Patriots
One thing to know: The Bills secured their second playoff berth since 2000 with a game-winning touchdown over the Steelers. They'll still be in the hunt for the AFC East if they can beat the Patriots this weekend.
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6. Kansas City Chiefs
Last week: 4th
Week 15 result: Beat the Broncos, 23-3
Week 16 opponent: at Chicago Bears
One thing to know: The Chiefs have won four straight, and their defense is coming together, as they've held all four opponents below 18 points and two of them below 10. They may have gotten a boost with the pick-up of linebacker Terrell Suggs, but he may not report.
(AP Photo/Ed Zurga)
5. Green Bay Packers
Last week: 5th
Week 15 result: Beat the Bears, 21-13
Week 16 opponent: at Minnesota Vikings
One thing to know: Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers have not won the headlines that the Ravens and 49ers have this year, but they've been just as steady all season en route to securing a playoff spot for the first time since 2016. Should they win out against the Vikings and Lions to close the season, they'll be rewarded with a first-round bye.
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4. New Orleans Saints
Last week: 3rd
Week 15 result: Beat the Colts, 34-7
Week 16 opponent: at Tennessee Titans
One thing to know: Drew Brees lit up the Colts in Week 15, completing 29-0f-30 passes for 307 yards and 4 touchdowns to become the all-time leader in passing touchdowns.
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3. San Francisco 49ers
Last week: 2nd
Week 15 result: Lost to the Titans, 29-22
Week 16 opponent: vs. Los Angeles Rams
One thing to know: The San Francisco 49ers have three losses on the year, but no team in football is closer to being undefeated. Two of the 49ers' losses have come against game-winning field goals, while Sunday's loss to the Falcons was the product of a Julio Jones touchdown catch with just two seconds left in the game. Despite how close the 49ers are to a perfect season, they're currently a wild card team.
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2. Seattle Seahawks
Last week: 6th
Week 15 result: Beat the Panthers, 30-24
Week 16 opponent: vs. Arizona Cardinals
One thing to know: Josh Gordon is suspended indefinitely for violating the NFL's banned substance policy. Gordon was supposed to be a midseason boost to the Seahawks receiving corps. Will Seattle look for outside help, perhaps in the form of Antonio Brown?
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With just one more win in their final two games of the year, the Ravens will secure the top seed in the AFC side of the playoff bracket, ensuring that the road to the Super Bowl goes through Baltimore.
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