NFL Playoffs Standings and Schedule Week 12: Wild Card Race, Division Leaders In AFC and NFC, Patriots Lose To Broncos, Carolina Panthers 11-0 Undefeated

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Nov 28, 2015 08:01 PM EST
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Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots throws during the second quarter against the Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium on November 23, 2015 in Foxboro, Massachusetts."

UPDATE: The New England Patriots have lost to the Denver Broncos after CJ Anderson scored the winning touchdown in overtime. The Patriots are now 10-1 on the season. The Broncos drove down the field and Brock Osweiler threw a touchdown pass with just over a minute left in the game to get the lead to 24-21 for Denver. But Tom Brady and the Patriots had time to drive down the field and get a field goal to tie the game 24-24 to send the matchup into overtime. 

The NFL Week 12 schedule continues on Sunday after the Thanksgiving games and the New England Patriots will get the chance to remain undefeated against the Broncos. The Carolina Panthers improved to 11-0 with a win over the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday and now teams in the AFC and NFC will try and stay in the wild card picture. Check here for the updated scores from Week 12.

The AFC playoffs has the Patriots, Bengals, Broncos and Colts as division leaders, while the Steelers and Chiefs are in the wild card spots. The Texans, Bills, Jets, Raiders, Jaguars and Dolphins are all in the mix behind those wild card teams. The NFC playoff picture has the Panthers, Cardinals, Vikings and Giants as division leaders, while the Packers and Falcons are in the wild card spots. The Buccaneers, Seahawks, Bears, Redskins and Rams are also hanging around to stay in contention for wild card spots.

UPDATE: The Redskins won over the Giants, now both teams are 5-6 on the season. The Jets, Chiefs, Colts, Texans, Vikings and Bengals also won.

The Patriots are leading the AFC East with a 10-0 record and they basically have the division sealed up this season. The Pats lead the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets, who are both 5-5, while the Miami Dolphins are 4-6 on the season. The Cincinnati Bengals are leading the AFC North division at 8-2 this season and they are ahead of the Steelers (6-4), the Ravens (3-7) and the Browns (2-8).

The Indianapolis Colts are leading the AFC South over the Texans, but both teams are 5-5 and that division race is still up for grabs. The Jacksonville Jaguars are 4-6 this season and still in the race and they are leading the Tennessee Titans, who are 2-8 this season and 0-3 within the division. The AFC West has the Denver Broncos leading at 8-2 this season, while the Kansas City Chiefs are coming on strong after winning four games in a row. The Chiefs are now 5-5 ahead of the 4-6 Raiders and the 2-8 Chargers in the division.

The Giants are leading the NFC East with a 5-5 record this season, while the Redskins are 4-6 and the Eagles are 4-7. The Dallas Cowboys are 3-8 on the season after losing to the Panthers on Thanksgiving. The Minnesota Vikings are leading the NFC North for the moment at 7-3 after the Packers lost to the Bears to fall to 7-4. The Bears are 5-6 on the season, while the Detroit Lions are 4-7 on the season after winning over the Eagles Thursday.

The NFC South division has the Carolina Panthers leading at 11-0 on the season, while the Falcons are 6-4. The Buccaneers are 5-5 on the season and leading the New Orleans Saints, who are 4-6 this year. The Arizona Cardinals are 8-2 on the season and leading the Seattle Seahawks, who are 5-5 this year. The rams are 4-6 this season, while the 49ers are 3-7.

Check here for the NFL playoff standings and schedule.

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