In the NFC, all six playoff teams and three division champions have been decided.
We know that the road to the Super Bowl ostensibly goes through New Orleans, as Minnesota’s loss to Chicago on Monday night gift-wrapped the No. 1 seed for the 13-2 Saints.
As far as the Eagles go, they could end up as the No. 2 or No. 3 seed if they win the NFC East, but could also take either Wild Card spot if they don’t.
The one thing they do know is that they can’t be No. 4, because if they win the NFC East, they will have a better record than Arizona, no matter how they do it.
So how can they end up in any given spot? Here’s how.