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Who's going to win in Week 17? With a few playoff spots on the line, we take a look at the odds on every game this weekend.
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The Broncos and Tim Tebow can clinch a playoff spot with a win over the Chiefs, but they've suffered back-to-back blowout losses.
The Arizona Cardinals are slight favorites over the Seattle Seahawks this week. Which team will earn second place in the NFC West?
The 49ers need a win in the final week to secure a first-round bye in the playoffs. Fortunately for them, they play the St. Louis Rams.
It's a battle of two disappointing teams in the NFC East. Can the Eagles scratch their way to .500, or will the Redskins pick up one more win?
The game of the week by most standards, will the Dallas Cowboys beat the New York Giants to earn the NFC East title? It looks like the perfect game to end the season with this week.
The New Orleans Saints still need a win to get a first-round bye in the playoffs. The Carolina Panthers would like to get back a game they nearly had early in the season.
Can the Buffalo Bills beat New England twice in one season? The odds say it's a real long shot.
The Bears and Vikings have both sustained some big losses to the roster. Which team has enough left for a win in the season finale?
Which version of the New York Jets will show up for a game against the Miami Dolphins? Miami is favored in this game, which is pretty telling in and of itself.
The Jacksonville Jaguars and Indianapolis Colts are both looking to end their season on a high note. Neither team has been favored much this season by the odds makers.
Can the Tennessee Titans beat the Houston Texans and sneak into the playoffs? The odds makers favor them to win this game.
Will the Detroit Lions get one more win before they start their first trip through the playoffs since 1999? Beating the Packers, starters or not, would be a nice boost.
Two of the league's toughest defenses square off in a battle with major playoff implications. Can the upstart Bengals take down the Ravens?
The Atlanta Falcons are favored by almost two touchdowns over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Does Tampa stand a chance of beating the spread in what is probably Raheem Morris' last game as head coach?