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The regular season ends today in the NFL and there are still several issues to resolve ahead of the playoffs. RDS and its platforms present to you this afternoon and tonight three parties that will influence this one.
Here you have a sample of them.
Jaguars c. Titans
1pm | RDS, RDS.ca
The Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans have one thing in common heading into their final regular season game.
Nobody looks beyond Sunday.
The Jaguars (9-7) have reported a second consecutive title of the AFC South division for the premiere of the 1998-1999 season, which is important against the Titans, who have the opportunity to win for four years. soon. That’s all the Jags care about right now.
The Titans (5-11) know their season ends Sunday, having been officially excluded from the playoff picture well before their final game of the season for the first time in six seasons under head coach Mike Vrabel.
This is also the final game for star running back Derrick Henry and quarterback Ryan Tannehill on their current contracts with the Titans.
Tannehill lost his number one spot after suffering a sprained ankle in mid-October, making way for rookie Will Levis. Levis, however, was unable to finish a second game in three weeks after suffering a right foot injury in a 26-3 loss at Houston last Sunday. Tannehill and Henry are 32-20 when starting a game together.
Bears c. packers
4:25 p.m. | RDS, RDS.ca
All that stands between the Green Bay Packers and a playoff berth is an NFC North division rival that they have dominated for the past five seasons.
That’s more than enough motivation for the Chicago Bears.
Although the Bears (7-9) have no chance of making the playoffs and already have the No. 1 pick in the upcoming draft, they would like nothing less than to finish the Packers’ season Sunday at Lambeau Field.
“I think it would mean a lot to the team, the fans and the city,” Bears quarterback Justin Fields said. “I think it would be great. We know Green Bay has a lot to play for, given what’s at stake. »
The Packers (8-8) want to avoid the nightmare of last season, where they lost their chance to make the playoffs by losing at home to the Detroit Lions in the final game of their season.
The Packers have a chance to make the playoffs even if they lose on Sunday, but they will need a lot of help.
The Packers could also qualify with a Minnesota Vikings loss or tie combined with a Seattle Seahawks loss and a Tampa Bay Buccaneers loss (or with a Vikings loss or tie combined with a Seahawks loss and a New Orleans Saints loss).
Invoices c. dolphins
8:20 p.m. | RDS, RDS.ca
The only thing that could stop the Buffalo Bills from winning a fourth consecutive AFC East title is a loss to the Miami Dolphins, a team they have beaten nine times in their last ten games.
The Bills will know before kickoff if they need to beat the Dolphins to make the playoffs. If the Jaguars win against the Titans in the afternoon, the Bills will find themselves in an unusual situation: If they win, they will be the second seed in the AFC; If they lose, they won’t make the playoffs.
For their part, the Dolphins have a playoff berth assured, but not everything is set for them. If they win, they will be division champions and number 2 seeds, with the possibility of playing two or even three playoff games at home. If they lose, they will drop to sixth place and begin the playoffs in enemy territory.
Nothing has been easy for Buffalo this season.
The Dolphins took control of the division and began the season with a 6-3 record. The Bills fell to 5-5 on November 13 with a late collapse in a 24-22 loss to Denver, and head coach Sean McDermott fired offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey the next day.
Josh Allen also had 12 interceptions and three fumbles in his first 10 games.
Receiver Stefon Diggs’ production plummeted and defensive end Von Miller had a difficult year on the field while facing domestic violence allegations.
However, the Bills have won their last four games.