The NFL standings into Week 11 has teams in the AFC and NFC looking to stay in the wild card playoff picture, including the Raiders, Dolphins, Jets, Chiefs, Redskins and Seahawks. The Dallas Cowboys will try and snap a seven game losing streak Sunday while the Patriots and Panthers remain undefeated at 9-0.
The Patriots are currently leading the AFC East over the Bills, Jets and Dolphins and they will be playing on Monday night against Buffalo. The team basically has the division locked up, while Buffalo, New York and Miami all are in the mix for the wild card. The AFC North has the Bengals at 8-1, but the Steelers are now 6-4 and have a chance to make up some ground. The Ravens and Browns are playing for NFL draft position the rest of the season.
UPDATE: The Cowboys snapped their losing streak, the Panthers won to stay undefeated.
The AFC South has the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans at 4-5, while the Jaguars are in the mix at 3-6 ahead of the Titans. The AFC West has the Broncos at 7-2 leading things, but the Chiefs have played well and they are 4-5 along with the Raiders. Both teams are trying to stay in the wild card mix, while the Chargers are just 2-7 this season.
The NFC East division has the Giants leading at 5-5 for the time being, but they will be on a bye in Week 11. The Eagles and Redskins are 4-5 on the season, while the Cowboys are 2-7 and will try and snap a seven game losing streak against Miami. The team is getting tony Romo back for the first time since Week 2 and the team still has slim playoff hopes if they can run the table.
The NFC North division race is tight with the Vikings at 7-2 and the Packers at 6-3, while the Bears are hanging around at 4-5. The Lions are playing for a draft pick at 2-7, but they can play spoiler for teams down the stretch. The Panthers are leading the NFC South with a 9-0 record, while the Falcons are 6-3 ahead of the Saints and Buccaneers. The Cardinals lead the NFC West with a 7-2 record, while the Rams and Seahawks are 4-5 ahead of the 49ers.
The AFC playoff picture heading into the Week 11 schedule has the Patriots, Bengals, Broncos and Colts as divisional leaders, while the Steelers and Bills are in the wild card spots. The Jets, Chiefs, Raiders, Dolphins, Texans and the Jaguars remain in the mix for a wild card spot. The NFC playoff picture has the Panthers, Cardinals, Vikings and Giants as division leaders, while the Packers and Falcons are in wild card position. The Redskins, Rams, Buccaneers, Eagles, Bears, Seahawks and Saints all have four wins heading into Week 11.