The Christmas holiday necessitates a schedule tweak for the NFL. Most games will be held on Saturday, with the exception of the Texans-Colts contest on Thursday, the Bears-Packers game on Sunday night and the Falcons and Saints, who will meet on ‘Monday Night Football.’
It was a great weekend for road teams in the NFL, as many came out victorious. Green Bay lost its perfect season, and Indianapolis finally recorded a victory in 2011, while three more AFC teams gained playoff spots
Five division titles are yet to be determined as the 2011 NFL schedule enters its final weeks. Three AFC teams have an opportunity to join the Houston Texans by clinching a playoff spot with a victory this week. Meanwhile, the Green Bay Packers can clinch home-field advantage through the NFC title game with a win. Here’s a preview of all of this week’s remaining games:
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