The NFL has been waiting for news of Damar Hamlin’s recovery throughout the week. However, the show must go on this weekend for the final week of the NFL season. Many playoff sports are at stake this weekend.
The Bills’ Monday game in Cincinnati was postponed and then canceled by the NFL on Thursday night when Hamlin fell during the first quarter.
The Bills (12-3) are now one game behind the Chiefs (13-3) for the AFC’s top seed and a first-round bye due to the postponement.
On Sunday, the Bills will take the field against the Patriots (8-8), knowing that a victory, combined with a defeat by the Chiefs, would give them the AFC East title by a better win percentage.
Final Week of the NFL Season
Joe Burrow, the quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals, has expressed a desire to participate in the next game. But he also knows that some people don’t share his optimism following Hamlin’s death on Monday.
According to sports news sources, they will never win the AFC North. However, if the Patriots beat the Ravens and the Bills lose, the Patriots would move up to the second place.
The playoffs started early for Tennessee and Jacksonville. The victor earns bragging rights in the AFC South and a berth in the playoffs, while the loser gets nothing.
According to bookie pay per head reports, the Titans’ home loss against the Cowboys (27-13) was their sixth straight defeat. Things are not looking good.
The Packers, Lions, and Seahawks all enter the last game tied at 8-8, making it a must-win for both teams.
If the Packers defeat the Lions, they qualify for the playoffs. However, if the Lions win, they hope the Rams win against the Seahawks.
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