The Philadelphia Eagles are less than nine hours away from the close of Week 11 of the 2022 regular season, and with the stretch, it’s never too early for playoff seeding.
The The Birds are the current No. 1 seed and are firmly entrenched as favorites to secure home-court advantage in the playoffs.
Minnesota is hot on the Eagles’ hills, and if not for a Week 2 loss at Lincoln Financial Field, the Vikings could be the only undefeated team in the league.
Here’s a first look at the potential playoff standings through Week 10.
The NFL’s lone undefeated team hosts the Commanders on Monday night, and thanks to a Week 2 win over the Vikings, they’ll stay No. 1 regardless of tonight’s result.
The Vikings are 8-1 and have just finished what some considered the game of the year so far, beating Josh Allen and the Bills, 33-30.
Minnesota’s only loss this season came at the hands of Philadelphia in Week 2.
Seattle lost a close to the Buccaneers in Germany, 21-16, but remained atop the NFC West.
The Buccaneers are 5-5 this season and sit in first place after a win over the Seahawks in Germany.
Tampa has won two straight and will head into the bye week on a roll.
The Giants are second in the NFC East and would be the fifth seed after a 24-16 win over the Texans in Week 10.
Dallas is third in the division and currently the sixth seed behind the Giants after a heartbreaking 31-28 loss to the Packers in overtime.
If the regular season ended today, San Francisco would be the seventh and final seed in the playoffs after a 22-16 win over the Chargers on Sunday Night Football.
The Commanders are 4-5 this season and one game away from last in the playoffs. A win over the undefeated Eagles would be a huge confidence boost.
Green Bay is back on a winning streak after a 31-28 win over the Cowboys.
Atlanta fell to 4-6 this season after a 25-15 loss to the Panthers on Thursday night.
The Cardinals are 4-6 after Colt McCoy led a 27-17 win over the Rams in Week 10.
The Eagles would get the No. 1 seed and a first-round bye if the season ends today.
1. Philadelphia (BYE)
2. Minnesota Vikings vs. 7. San Francisco 49ers
3. Seattle Seahawks vs. 6. Dallas Cowboys
4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. 5. New York Giants