Carolina at Atlanta (Sunday 1pm)
Falcons have everything to play for : NFC South Title, 1st Round Bye & Home Field Advantage. The Panthers are playing for John Fox’s swan song.
Cincinnati at Baltimore (Sunday 1pm)
Could be Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson’s last game in a Bengals uniform.
Pittsburgh at Cleveland (Sunday 1pm)
Steelers still need a win to clinch a first round bye as they may give Browns head coach Eric Mangini a fond farewell to Cleveland.
Minnesota at Detroit (Sunday 1pm)
Who would’ve thought? The Lions are going for four in a row here.
Oakland at Kansas City (Sunday 1pm)
It’s a chance at payback for the Chiefs for that overtime loss in Oakland earlier this season.
Miami at New England (Sunday 1pm)
Don’t expect the Patriots to relax just because they’ve wrapped up everything in the AFC. They’ll want to get BenJarvus Green-Ellis 1,000 yards for the season.
Tampa Bay at New Orleans (Sunday 1pm)
The Saints look just as dangerous now as they did one season ago. Bucs will give New Orleans a nice playoff primer.
Buffalo at N.Y. Jets (Sunday 1pm)
With the playoffs ahead on the road next weekend, we may see the Jets rest a few including QB Mark Sanchez.
San Diego at Denver (Sunday 4:15pm)
Tim Tebow. Tim Tebow. Tim Tebow!
Chicago at Green Bay (Sunday 4:15pm)
We could see this matchup again in round 2 of the playoffs. But first, the Packers have to get there with a victory here.
Jacksonville at Houston (Sunday 4:15pm)
No David Garrard for the Jags. No win for Jacksonville.
Tennessee at Indianapolis (Sunday 4:15pm)
The beat rolls on for the Colts. What seemed improbable five weeks ago becomes reality again: Colts will be AFC South Champs.
Dallas at Philadelphia (Sunday 4:15pm)
Michael Vick sits down and Kevin Kolb won’t miss a beat. He should at least be able to do what Cardinals QB John Skelton did to Dallas.
Arizona at San Francisco (Sunday 4:15pm)
N.Y. Giants at Washington (Sunday 4:15pm)
What was once so promising in NY quietly ends in D.C. with a whimper.
St. Louis at Seattle (Sunday 8:20pm)
Did you ever think the last regular season game would be matchup of two losing teams for a playoff spot?
Last week: 9-7