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Philadelphia Eagles (10-4) – The equation for the Eagles right now is very, very simple. Thanks to the huge comeback against the New York Giants, they only need one win or a New York loss to win the NFC East. The question is going to be whether they can squeeze a first round bye out of this year or not. With a relatively easy schedule left, winning out shouldn’t be that hard, but the Chicago Bears need to lose a game for the bye to be acquired. Remaining Schedule: vs. MIN, vs. DAL

New York Giants (9-5) – Though New York still controls its own destiny with plenty of ease in the playoff race, it certainly doesn’t feel that way. The Giants do know that a win at Lambeau Field on Sunday clinches a playoff spot and eliminates the Packers. However, it is going to take winning three road games to get to the Super Bowl in all likelihood unless they win their last two and the Eagles lose their last two. Remaining Schedule: @ GB, @ WAS

Washington Redskins (5-9) – The Redskins are guaranteed to finish below .500 this year, but they are giving QB Rex Grossman every chance to prove that he can be the starting QB for this team in the future. Remaining Schedule: @ JAX, vs. NYG

Dallas Cowboys (5-9) – Another ‘W’ for the Cowboys last week doesn’t do anything but hurt their draft status, but wins are great for a team on the rise that could be very dangerous under the direction of Head Coach Jason Garrett this year. Remaining Schedule: @ ARI, vs. PHI

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