SUNDAY

Tampa Bay at Atlanta

1 p.m. Line: Falcons by 5

The Falcons have already clinched home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. The Bucs will try to avoid a six-game losing streak.

N.Y. Jets at Buffalo

1 p.m. Line: Bills by 31/2

The soap opera continues for the Jets. Mark Sanchez will return as starting quarterback.

Baltimore at Cincinnati

1 p.m. (CBS3) Line: Bengals by 21/2

Cincinnati has already locked up the No. 6 seed. The Ravens don't know which seed they'll be, but they'll play at home regardless.

Chicago at Detroit

1 p.m. Line: Bears by 3

The Bears can still make the playoffs with a win and a Vikings loss. If the Bears lose, the playoff picture opens for other teams.

Jacksonville at Tennessee

1 p.m. Line: Titans by 41/2

The most interested observers could be prospective head coaches, because both of these losing AFC South teams might have vacancies come Monday.

Houston at Indianapolis

1 p.m. Line: Texans by 7

The Texans need a win to secure a first-round bye and home-field advantage through the AFC playoffs. A loss could drop them to the No. 3 seed.

Carolina at New Orleans

1 p.m. Line: Saints by 5

The Saints will try to avoid their first losing season since 2007. The Panthers have won three straight.

Cleveland at Pittsburgh

1 p.m. Line: Steelers by 10

The Steelers are one of the NFL's more disappointing teams, while the Browns might be playing the final game for coach Pat Shurmur.

Green Bay at Minnesota

4:25 p.m. (Fox29) Line: Packers by 31/2

The Packers must win to secure a first-round bye, while the Vikings can clinch a playoff berth.

Miami at New England

4:25 p.m. (CBS3) Line: Patriots by 101/2

The Patriots need a win and help to earn a bye.

Oakland at San Diego

4:25 p.m. Line: Chargers by 91/2

A Raiders win and Eagles loss would give the Eagles the No. 3 pick. Oakland is starting ex-Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor.

Arizona at San Francisco

4:25 p.m. Line: 49ers by 161/2

The 49ers could finish with anything from a first-round bye to a road playoff game in the opening round.

St. Louis at Seattle

4:25 p.m. Line: Seahawks by 101/2

The Seahawks need a win to finish unbeaten at home and keep a chance of the division crown alive.

Kansas City at Denver

4:25 p.m. Line: Broncos by 16

The Broncos' 11th consecutive win would give them a first-round bye. The Chiefs could lock up the top pick in the draft with a loss.

Dallas at Washington

8:20 p.m. (NBC10) Line: Redskins by 3

This has turned into the NFC East championship game. Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is just 1-5 in elimination games, but he's been on a hot streak the last month.