by Samihan Dani
IN AFC North its anybody’s game with 3 teams (Ravens, Browns, Steelers) at 7-5, and the Bengals at 8-3-1 . The Bengals have four tough games coming up and 3 of them are division games and the other is against the Broncos. The Ravens have a mediocre schedule with only two teams above .500 remaining. The Browns are playing hard teams such as the Colts, Bengals, and Ravens. The Steelers have to play the Bengals twice and the Chiefs. This division can go any way in the next 4 weeks.
The 9-3 Patriots lead the AFC East and are favorites to get the No. 1 seed in the AFC. Although the Dolphins and the Bills have the same record right now, the Bills have to play the Broncos, Packers, and the Patriots. Miami will be going for the Wild Card spot while the Patriots are trying to wrap up the division.
The AFC South is pretty much locked up by the Colts with an 8-4 record projected to go 12-4. The Texans having a 6-6 record are highly unlikely to go 10-6. They have to play the Colts and Ravens.
The Broncos are leading the division with a 9-3 record and have a relatively easy schedule coming up. The Chiefs and Chargers are fighting for a Wild Card spot. The Chiefs are unlikely to make it though with games against the Cardinals, Steelers, and Chargers coming up. Although they’re sitting at 8-4 the Chargers have a tough schedule coming up. They have to face off against the Patriots, Broncos, 49ers, and Chiefs; all of them have a record above 7-5.