NFL playoff scenarios for this week

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The NFL has released its weekly playoff scenarios.

Here's a look:

The Denver Broncos have clinched a playoff spot in the AFC and the Indianapolis Colts have clinched the AFC South title.

The Broncos clinch the AFC West with a win plus a Kansas City Chiefs loss.

The Broncos clinch a first-round bye with a win plus a Chiefs loss plus a Cincinnati Bengals loss or tie.

The Chiefs clinch the playoffs with a win or tie or a Miami Dolphins loss or tie or a Baltimore Ravens loss or tie

The New England Patriots clinch the AFC East with a win or tie.

The Patriots clinch a playoff spot with a Ravens loss or tie.

The Bengals clinch the AFC North with a win plus a Ravens loss or tie or a Bengals tie and a Raven sloss.

Cincinnati clinches a playoff spot with a Bengals win plus a Dolphins loss or tie or a Bengals tie and a Miami loss.

In the NFL, the Seattle Seahawks have already clinched a playoff spot and clinch the NFC West and a first-round bye with a win plus a 49ers loss or tie plaus a Seahawks tie and a 49ers loss.

Seattle clinches home-field advantage throughout NFC playoffs with a win plus a 49ers loss or tie and a New Orleans Saints loss.

New Orleans clinches a playoff spot with a win or a Saints tie plus an Arizona loss or tie or a Saints tie plus 49ers loss or tie or a Cardinals loss plus a Dallas loss or tie or a Cardinals loss plus Philadelphia loss or 49ers loss plus Dallas loss or tie plus Arizona tie or a 49ers loss plus Philadelphia loss or tie plus Arizona tie.

Carolina clinches a playoff spot with a win plus an Arizona loss plus a 49ers loss plus a Dallas loss or tie or a Carolina wn plus Arizona loss plus 49ers loss plus Philadelphia loss or tie

San Francisco clinches a playoff spot with a 49ers win plus Arizona loss plus Dallas loss or tie or a San Francisco win plus Arizona loss plus Philadelphia loss or tie.

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