NFL Playoff Week 14: The Buccaneers take a big step toward winning the NFC South

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Someone has to win the NFC South, and after Monday night, it will almost certainly be the Buccaneers.

The 6-6 Bucs haven’t had a good season, but their 17-16 win over the Saints Monday night gives them a 1.5 game lead over the Falcons in the NFC South, and the Bucs also have a tie-breaking advantage over the Falcons. Tom Brady & Co. He will definitely be back in the playoffs.

Here’s what the NFC playoff picture looks like after Monday Night Football:

currently in
1 – Al-Nusour (11-1) Clear path to home field advantage.

2 – Vikings (10-2) Closes in the NFC North grab.

3. 49ers (8-4) Can Brooke Purdy Lead them to the playoffs?

4. The Buccaneers (6-6) You have to have at least eight wins, which might be all it takes to win the terrible NFC South.

5- Cowboys (9-3) It will not be easy to catch the eagles.

6. Giants (7-4-1) Sunday’s game wasn’t a bad result for the Giants.

7- Seahawks (7-5) The 49ers showed up to the divisional major.

Looking outside
8. Leaders (7-5-1) In good shape in the wild card race.

9. Lions (5-7) Spike late in the season, but maybe too late.

10. Falcons (5-8) Win a tiebreaker over the Packers based on the strength of the win.

11. Al-Hazm (5-8) Aaron Rodgers He would need to perform a miracle to get them into the playoffs.

12. Cardinals (4-8) Tiebreaker win over the Panthers on a head-to-head basis.

13. Tigers (4-8) It’s only two games from the NFC South, but it will take some unusual upsets for them to catch the Buccaneers.

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14. The Saints (4-9) Dawn blew a golden opportunity to make the NFC South competitive Monday night.

15. The Rams (3-9) The worst defending Super Bowl champion ever.

16. The Bears (3-10) The latter died at the conference.

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