Which teams are still fighting for an NFL Playoff spot?

Three divisions are in play this weekend: The AFC South, NFC West and a NFC Wild Card spot are open.

AFC South

If the Indianapolis Colts win, they are in as the three or four seed. If they lose and the Jacksonville Jaguars win, then the Jags win the South as the four seed. The Colts can claim the No. 3 seed from Kansas City with a Chiefs loss and a Colts win, based on a head-to-head win earlier in the season.

NFC West

The winner of the St. Louis Rams at Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night will be claim the NFC West division and the four seed, where they will most likely host the Super Bowl champion Saints in the first round.

The Seahawks would become the first team with a losing record to make the playoffs if they can beat the Rams. St. Louis would finish 8-8 with a win.

NFL Wild Card

The Green Bay Packers, New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are all fighting for the final Wild Card spot in the NFC playoffs.

The Packers, who play the Bears at 4:15 at Lambeau Field, will win the final spot with a victory.

The Giants will make the 2011 playoffs with a win over Washington and a Packers loss. The Giants play at 4:15 pm.

The Bucs need both the Packers and Giants to lose while beating the Saints in New Orleans with a 1:00 Eastern kickoff.

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