NFL Playoff Picture 2022: Updated following Week 11 Sunday Night Football

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Week 11 of the NFL schedule is through the Sunday games. Here are the live playoff standings with just Monday Night Football to be played.

Week 11 of the 2022 NFL season is here, with the Sunday schedule of games coming to an end. We are keeping up with the latest NFL playoff picture, breaking down the standings in both the AFC and NFC. We have the current standings through all of the Sunday games, with just Monday Night Football left to close out the week.

The AFC started Week 11 with the Kansas City Chiefs in the top spot, the Miami Dolphins the second seed, the Tennessee Titans third, and the Baltimore Ravens fourth. The Wild Card positions featured the AFC East, with all three teams behind the Dolphins sitting in playoff position. The AFC playoff picture had the New York Jets in the fifth spot, the Buffalo Bills sixth, and the New England Patriots in the seventh position.

Following the Sunday Night Football game, the top four spots it the conference remain the same. If the Chiefs, who beat the Los Angeles Chargers, had instead lost the game, the Dolphins would have moved into the top spot, with the Titans and Ravens following before Kansas City settled into the fourth position.

On the NFC side of the bracket, the Philadelphia Eagles started the week in the top spot with the Minnesota Vikings in the second position. The Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers held the third and fourth positions, respectively. In the Wild Card spots of the NFC playoff picture, the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys give the NFC East the fifth- and sixth-seed spots, while the NFC West’s San Francisco 49ers were in the seventh position.

Below you will find the scores for all of the Week 11 games, along with the current AFC and NFC standings.


Week 11 Scores

Tennessee Titans 27 – Green Bay Packers 21, Final, TNF

Chicago Bears 24 – Atlanta Falcons 27, Final

Cleveland Browns 23 – Buffalo Bills 31 (in Detroit), Final

Philadephia Eagles 17 – Indianapolis Colts 16, Final

New York Jets 3 – New England Patriots 10, Final

Los Angeles Rams 20 – New Orleans Saints 27, Final

Detroit Lions 31 – New York Giants 18, Final

Carolina Panthers 3 – Baltimore Ravens 13, Final

Washington Commanders 23 – Houston Texans 10, Final

Las Vegas Raiders 22 – Denver Broncos 16, Final

Dallas Cowboys 40 – Minnesota Vikings 3, Final

Cincinnati Bengals 37 – Pittsburgh Steelers 30, Final

Kansas City Chiefs 30 – Los Angeles Chargers 27, Final, SNF

San Francisco 49ersArizona Cardinals (in Mexico City), MNF

Bye week: Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins, Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers


AFC Playoff Picture (through Week 11’s Sunday afternoon games)

1 – Kansas City Chiefs (8-2, AFC West leader)
2 – Miami Dolphins (7-3, AFC East leader)
3 – Tennessee Titans (7-3, AFC South leader)
4 – Baltimore Ravens (7-3, AFC North leader)
5 – Buffalo Bills (7-3, Wild Card 1)
6 – New England Patriots (6-4, Wild Card 2)
7 – Cincinnati Bengals (6-4, Wild Card 3)

In the hunt
New York Jets (6-4)
Los Angeles Chargers (5-5)
Indianapolis Colts (4-6-1)
Jacksonville Jaguars (3-7)
Las Vegas Raiders (3-7)
Cleveland Browns (3-7)
Denver Broncos (3-7)
Pittsburgh Steelers (3-7)
Houston Texans (1-8-1)


NFC Playoff Picture (through Week 11’s Sunday afternoon games)

1 – Philadelphia Eagles (9-1, NFC East leader)
2 – Minnesota Vikings (8-2, NFC North leader)
3 – Seattle Seahawks (6-4, NFC West leader)
4 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-5, NFC South leader)
5 – Dallas Cowboys (7-3, Wild Card 1)
6 – New York Giants (7-3, Wild Card 2)
7 – San Francisco 49ers (5-4, Wild Card 3)

In the hunt
Washington Commanders (6-5)
Atlanta Falcons (5-6)
Detroit Lions (4-6)
Arizona Cardinals (4-6)
Green Bay Packers (4-7)
New Orleans Saints (4-7)
Los Angeles Rams (3-7)
Carolina Panthers (3-8)
Chicago Bears (3-8)

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