The NFL standings into Week 11 has the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers as the last undefeated teams at 9-0. The division leaders include the Bengals, Colts, Broncos, Giants, Vikings and Cardinals in the AFC and NFC, while teams like the Seahawks, Cowboys, Raiders and Eagles lost while trying to stay in the playoff race.
The AFC East division has the Patriots in the lead at 9-0 and they basically have the title wrapped up already for this season. The team is leading the Bills and Jets at 5-4, while the Miami Dolphins are 4-5 this season. The AFC North has the Bengals leading at 8-1 after suffering their first loss of the season on Monday to the Texans. The Steelers are fighting for the playoffs at 6-4, while the Ravens and Browns are at the bottom with two wins each.
The AFC South division is a bit of a mess and right now the Colts and Texans each have 4-5 records. The Jaguars are still alive at 3-6 and the Titans come into Week 11 at 2-7 on the season. The AFC West has the Broncos leading at 7-2, while the Raiders and Chiefs are both 4-5 ahead of the Chargers at 2-7 on the season.
The NFC East has the Giants leading at 5-5, but they have a bye and could lose some ground for at least one week. The Redskins and Eagles are 4-5 this season, while the Cowboys have lost seven straight and they are now 2-7 this season. The Vikings won on Sunday and improved to 7-2 to lead the NFC North, while the Green Bay Packers lost their third straight game to fall to 6-3. The Bears are 4-5, while the Lions are 2-7 this season.
The NFC South has the Panthers leading at 9-0 and they are undefeated along with the Patriots. The Falcons are 6-3, while the Buccaneers and Saints each have four wins. The Cardinals won over the Seahawks to improve to 7-2 and they lead the NFC West over the Rams and Seahawks, while the 49ers are 3-6 on the season.
The AFC playoff standings heading into Week 11 has the Patriots, Bengals, Broncos and Colts as division leaders, while the Steelers and Bills are in wild card positions. The Jets, Chiefs, Raiders, Dolphins and the Texans are all in the mix for wild card spots in the AFC and the Jaguars are also still alive for the postseason in the weak AFC South.
The NFC playoff picture has the Panthers, Cardinals, Vikings and Giants, while the Packers and Falcons are in the wild card spots. The Redskins, Buccaneers, Rams, Seahawks, Eagles, Bears and Saints all have four wins and remain alive in the wild card chase.