Following the Thanksgiving Day match ups that included the Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers from the NFC, we have a few minor changes in the NFC Wild Card picture. With the wins, Dallas and Detroit moved up the standings by taking a half-game lead in their division, while the Packers lost some ground for the second Wild Card spot.
We should get a better idea of how the playoff standings look after all of the Week 13 games will look, but heading into Sunday there are plenty of teams in the mix.
Here is a look at the current NFC standings, via ESPN.com:
|National Football Conference|
|1||Seattle||10||1||0||.909||3-0-0||7-0-0||.417||.395||NFC West Champ|
|2||New Orleans||9||2||0||.818||3-0-0||7-0-0||.459||.430||NFC South Champ|
|3||Detroit||7||5||0||.583||4-1-0||6-3-0||.452||.430||NFC North Champ |
Wins tie break over Dallas based on head-to-head win percentage.
|4||Dallas||7||5||0||.583||4-0-0||6-2-0||.504||.365||NFC East Champ|
|6||San Francisco||7||4||0||.636||2-1-0||4-3-0||.520||.378||Wins tie break over Arizona based on head-to-head win percentage.|
|8||Philadelphia||6||5||0||.545||3-2-0||5-2-0||.456||.331||Wins tie break over Chicago based on best win percentage in conference games.|
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