The champagne will taste better if the Patriots can stay undefeated in the playoffs.
Tony Dungy continues to value health over wins, but could it backfire?
Have won 10 straight road games, but winning at FedEx Field today will be tough.
Have beaten the Lions at Lambeau Field 15 consecutive times.
Lead the league in fourth-down conversions with 18.
Least-penalized team in the league with just 50 penalties for 343 yards.
Haven't lost to the Raiders in the teams' past eight meetings.
Must beat the Ravens and hope that the Chargers lose to get No. 3 seed in AFC playoffs.
Just 3-4 at home and have lost past three games there by a combined 94-47.
Beating the 49ers is paramount, but need a Titans loss to go to playoffs.
Defense is tied with Patriots for fewest points allowed, surrendering just 239.
Might benefit greatly if the Colts rest their starters for the playoffs.
If they beat the Cowboys, they're in the playoffs.
Need to beat the Broncos and hope the Redskins lose to the Cowboys.
Lost four straight to the Bills before winning the last meeting in 2003.
Will make playoffs if they beat the Bears, and the Redskins and Vikings lose.
Could set a franchise record for wins by beating the Jaguars.
Just 3-8 against the NFC since the beginning of the 2005 season.
Do they give next season's offense to Kurt Warner or Matt Leinart?
No need to draft another receiver; defense has allowed NFL-worst 410 points.
Kyle Orton is 11-6 as a starter.
Beating the Dolphins would give the Bengals first back-to-back wins this season.
Struggled to avoid first shutout under Mike Shanahan in 23-3 loss to Chargers.
They miss Jake Delhomme, as offense is 29th in points and tied for 29th in yards.
Former Terp Shaun Hill is making fans forget about former No. 1 pick Alex Smith.
Opponents have converted 39 turnovers into 141 points (most in NFL).
A loss to the Jets would match nine-game losing streak in 1987.
JaMarcus Russell gets first start after throwing three interceptions last week.
Is this Chad Pennington's final season with New York?
The flap between coach Scott Linehan and receiver Torry Holt is bad news.
There is hope: The past five division winners finished last the previous season.
The Cam Cameron project might end if Bill Parcells decides to clean house.