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Week 14 of the NFL season continued to clear up the championship picture.

The Philadelphia Eagles have found new gear in New York, hanging 48 on a Giants team that’s leaking oil like a ’72 Chevelle. In the Bay Area, Brooke “Don’t Call Me Irrelevant” Pinky W The 49ers made a statement With a 35-7 dismantling of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Meanwhile, Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers revived their playoff hopes with big wins in the “Taekz Bowl” against Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins.

As for the Bears, their draft position faltered on Sunday as the Denver Broncos continued to post moral victories.

This is where each team stands after the events of Week 14 for Sunday:

32 – Houston Texans (1-11-1): The Texans caught the Cowboys off guard with a Davis Mills-Jeff Driskel QB combination, but it wasn’t good enough to end the upset. As the old saying goes, if you have two quarterbacks, you have zero. Texans need to find their franchise caller sign ASAP.

31. Denver Broncos (3-10): Denver can’t eat the dead hat required to cut a seemingly washed-up Ross. The Broncos’ best chance might be to bring in Frank Reich to see if he can salvage the ruins of a franchise-ravaging trade.

30. Chicago Bears (3-10): The Bears are coming off their bye week to take on the Eagles who just hung 48 on the Giants and look like they’re hitting their best. good luck.

29. Indianapolis Colts (4-8-1): It was a good day for the Colts as wins by the Panthers and Jaguars moved them up to seventh in the draft. They could move to sixth if the Cardinals beat the Patriots on Monday night. That’s the only kind of win that’s happened in Indy this season.

28. Los Angeles Rams (4-9): Baker Mayfield and Sean McVay could be a really interesting combination for the next four weeks. Or maybe it just stinks.

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27. New Orleans Saints (4-9): If the Saints don’t choke in last Monday night’s away game, there will be a four-way tie in the NFC South at 5-8. As it stands, only the Saints hold the last place. Hard times on the Bayou.

26. Arizona Cardinals (4-8): There’s no way the Cardinals will bring it back with Kliff, Kyler, and Keim next season, right?

25. Atlanta Falcons (5-8): It’s Desmond Reader time in Atlanta. Better late than never.

24. Cleveland Browns (5-8): The Browns’ defense lacks honor.

23 – Pittsburgh Steelers (5-8): Mitch Trubisky isn’t just an NFL quarterback. never was. never will be.

22. Las Vegas Raiders (5-8): The Raiders have now lost to Baker Mayfield after being in LA for two days and Jeff Saturday after being on “Get Up!” for two years. embarrassed.

21 – Carolina Panthers (5-8): Are Sam Darnold’s Panthers the best team in the NFC South?

20- Jacksonville Jaguars (5-8): On Sunday, Trevor Lawrence became the youngest player in NFL history to throw for 350 yards, three touchdowns, and run for a touchdown in a single game. Stock goes through the roof.

19. New England Patriots (6-6): From poor protection to a vanilla scheme, there are plenty of problems with the Patriots offense in 2022, but McJones is the least of their worries.

18. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-7): The Bucs can’t run the ball, they can’t protect Tom Brady, and they can’t find a way to field Mike Evans consistently. This is just the beginning of the issues in Tampa.

17 – Green Bay Packers (5-8): The Packers’ playoff hopes aren’t over yet, but it will take some magic from Aaron Rodgers to get Green Bay to the postseason. So you say there is a chance?

16 – New York Giants (7-5-1): The Giants had a fun first half, but Brian Daboll’s team limped to the finish line. New York has only won one game since Week 8 and was embarrassed by the Eagles on Sunday. Do they have anything left for next week’s showdown with the leaders?

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15. Tennessee Titans (7-6): The Giants released the GM in the middle of the week, and then the team went out and laid an egg against the Jags. Ship sinking in Nashville.

14. Seattle Seahawks (7-6): Seattle has given up 90 points in 33 trips since their bye week. That’s 2.73 points per drive which would be the worst in the NFL over the course of a season. Seahawks exposed.

13 – New York Jets (7-6): Robert Salih said the Jets would see the Bills again at playoff time. The planes have to get there first.

12- Washington Leaders (7-5-1): Washington sat home Sunday and watched its playoff chances crumble with losses by the Giants and Seahawks. A win next Sunday against New York and the leaders should be in the driver’s seat for the No. 6 seed.

11. Detroit Lions (6-7): Just like that, the Lions have gone from 1-6 to 6-7 and are looking forward to the playoffs. Detroit tripled its playoff chance with Sunday’s victory over the Vikings (7 to 21 percent). Are the Lions the fourth best team in the NFC? I can make the case.

10- Minnesota Vikings (10-3): How can I take Vikings seriously? A team that wins by 10 points with a negative point difference? If he walks like a fraud and talks like a fraud…

9. Miami Dolphins (8-5): The 49ers showed a blueprint for how to stop the Dolphins offense. That the Chargers were able to do the same thing with patched secondary and bottom cover lines should have alarm bells going off in South Beach.

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8. Los Angeles Chargers (7-6): Is a high eight for a 7-6 Chargers team that has struggled to stop runs and can’t protect its quarterback? yes. But with Mike Williams and Keenan Allen back, and a flexible schedule ahead of them, I’d love for the AFC’s No. 7-ranked Chargers to come out.

7 – Baltimore Ravens (9-4): The Roquan Smith trade was the best move at the trade deadline, but not in the way the Bears had hoped.

6. Dallas Cowboys (10-3): The Cowboys slept for 57.5 minutes on Sunday against the Texans. But standing on the goal line and winning rush was enough for Dallas’ 10th win. Good teams find a way to win.

5. San Francisco 49ers (9-4): If Trent Dilfer can win a Super Bowl behind an ostentatious defense, I see no reason why Brock Purdy can’t do the same with Kyle Shanahan and embarrass the 49ers of riches behind him.

4- Buffalo Bills (10-3): The Bells relied on their defense to beat the Jets on Sunday, but Josh Allen knows Buffalo’s offense has to get a lot better for there to be a show at Orchard Park in February.

3 – Kansas City Chiefs (10-3): Travis Kelsey summed up the Chiefs’ shortcomings and hopes perfectly after they avoided disaster against the Broncos on Sunday. “Even when you think you’ve got us, we still have a 1-5 back.”

2 – Cincinnati Bengals (9-4): The Bengals kept Nick Chubb and Derrick Henry in check while also limiting Patrick Mahomes to a career low of 223 yards. Sensei can hit you in many ways.

1. Philadelphia Eagles (12-1): The NFL’s Death Star appears to be fully operational in Philadelphia, and the Eagles still think they have other equipment to get to. Frightening hours for NFC rest.

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