NFL Insider Ian Rapoport and The MMQB’s Albert Breer discuss the biggest storylines from Week 10.1.
New York Jets: The Jets are one of the NFL’s best teams and are the only team in the NFC East that has more wins than losses.
They’re second in points scored (27.3) and tied for first in total offense (328.3).
The defense ranks first in yards per game (5.8), fourth in passing defense (223.4) and eighth in rushing defense (115.7).
The offense ranks fifth in passing yards (1,851.3), fifth in points (30.4), first in scoring (25.2), first by a defense in a playoff game (11-0) and first in passing touchdowns (25).
The Jets won’t have to worry about the playoff bye because they are 2-1 against the AFC East this season.2.
Cleveland Browns: The Browns have won six of their last seven games and are in position to be in the postseason.
The Browns are No. 2 in points per game and have the league’s No. 1 offense, No. 4 rushing attack and No. 5 passing attack.
They have won five straight, including three straight against AFC East opponents.
They’ll host the Jets in a divisional round playoff game on Saturday night.3.
Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars are 10-2 against the NFC South, which includes seven of their past eight wins against the division.
The defense has allowed an average of just 20.8 points per contest (27th in the NFL).
The Jaguars will face the Titans in the wild-card round of the playoffs.4.
Tennessee Titans: The Titans are coming off a 27-10 win over the Eagles on Monday Night Football.
The Titans have beaten the NFC North twice in the last four seasons.
Tennessee is in position for its second division title in three years, the first since 2007.5.
Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins have won nine straight games and seven of eight against the NFL West.
The Dolphins rank third in rushing offense (566.7 yards per contest) and fifth in rushing yards (2,096.6).
Miami will host the Cowboys in a wild-cards game on Sunday.6.
Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys have won seven straight games against NFC East opponents, including the last three in a row.
The Cowboys are 10th in total defense (264.4 yards per team) and sixth in passing offense (7.5 yards per attempt).
The team is 6-0 in playoff games against the Cowboys.7.
Atlanta Falcons: The Falcons are 10 of 15 against the league and have a win over an NFC East opponent since 2004.
The Falcons have scored touchdowns in seven straight home games, including two of their three playoff victories against NFC South teams.
The team will play the Panthers in the divisional playoff game.8.
Washington Redskins: The Redskins have won their last six games against teams in the AFC West.
Their only losses are to the Steelers and the Steelers are 5-1 in their last nine.
The Redskins are 1-3 against NFC West teams this season, including losing to the Jets.9.
New England Patriots: The Patriots are 1 of 5 against the teams in that division this season and have lost all four of their games.
The Patriots have won the past four meetings against AFC South teams, including winning the division title last year.10.
Chicago Bears: The Bears have won three straight games over the NFC West, including a 29-24 victory over the Steelers on Sunday Night Football, a 28-17 victory over Carolina on Monday and a 28, 24 and 23-16 victory over Washington on Tuesday.11.
Pittsburgh Steelers: The Steelers are 9-1 over the AFC North.
The Steelers have scored 23 points in their past three games against division foes and have allowed an opponent to score 23 or fewer points in six of those games.12.
Atlanta Jaguars: Blake Bortles will be in his fifth NFL start for the Jaguars this season after being acquired from the Jacksonville Jaguars in the Ryan Fitzpatrick trade on Monday.
The Jaguars have won four straight games with Bortes as the starting quarterback.13.
San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers have won eight of their previous nine games against AFC West opponents.
The 49er defense has held opposing offenses to a combined 3,093 yards per outing (fourth in the league).
The 49’s offense is third in passing (3,087.9) and fourth in rushing (541.6 yards per games).
The running back position ranks third in yards (9,918.8) and third in touchdowns (18).14.
New Orleans Saints: The Saints have won 10 straight games overall and have won all three of their playoff games this season in the Saints’ new home stadium.
The Saints are 2 of 3 against NFC Central opponents.15.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Buccaneers