Week 17 is here and with the last week of the season every matchup is a divisional rival on divisional rival game and playoff spots are on the line.  Here are the history and statistics of the matchups in Week 17.

Houston (2-13) at Tennessee (6-9) - (Tennessee leads series 14-9) Last meeting was September 15th, Houston won 30-24.  No playoff implications here as both teams are eliminated from the post-season, this game is just to see if Houston can still get the first pick in the 2014 draft.

New York J (7-8) at Miami (8-7) - (New York leads series 49-46-1) Last meeting was on December 1st, Miami won 23-3. Miami clinches a playoff spot with a win and a Baltimore loss or San Diego win.

Detroit (7-8) at Minnesota (4-10-1) - (Minnesota leads series 68-34-2) Last meeting was on September 8th, Detroit won 34-24. No playoff implications in this game, both teams are eliminated from the playoffs.

Cleveland (4-11) at Pittsburgh (7-8) - (Pittsburgh leads series 66-57) Last meeting was on November 24th, Pittsburgh won 27-11. Pittsburgh is in the playoffs with a win and a loss by Miami, Baltimore and San Diego.

Baltimore (8-7) at Cincinnati (10-5) - (Baltimore leads series 20-15) Last meeting was on November 10th, Baltimore won 20-17.  Cincinnati has clinched the North Division title and gets a first-round bye with a win and a New England loss.  Baltimore is in the playoffs with a win and San Diego, Miami, and Pittsburgh loss.

Washington (3-12) at New York G (6-9) - (New York leads series 94-65-4) Last meeting was on December 1st, New York won 24-17.  No playoff implications in this game, both teams have been eliminated from the playoffs.

Jacksonville (4-11) at Indianapolis (10-5) - (Indianapolis leads series 17-8) Last meeting was on September 29th, Indianapolis won 37-3.  Indianapolis has won the South Division title and clinches a first round bye with a win, and losses by New England and Cincinnati.

Carolina (11-4) at Atlanta (4-11) - (Atlanta leads series 23-14) Last meeting was on November 3rd, Carolina won 34-10.  Carolina has clinched a playoff spot, and clinches the South Division title and first-round bye with a win and a New Orleans loss, and clinches home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with a Seattle loss and a San Francisco win.

Denver (12-3) at Oakland (4-11) - (Oakland leads series 60-46-2) Last meeting was on September 23rd, Denver won 37-21.  Denver has clinched the West Division title and a first round bye, but will clinch home-field throughout the playoffs with a win and a New England loss.

Tampa Bay (4-11) at New Orleans (10-5) - (New Orleans leads series 26-17) Last meeting was on September 15th, New Orleans won 16-14.  New Orleans clinches a playoff spot with a win and an Arizona loss, and also clinches a South Division title and first-round bye with a win and a Carolina loss.

St. Louis (7-8) at Seattle (12-3) - (Seattle leads series 19-12) Last meeting was on October 28th, Seattle won 14-9. Seattle clinches West Division title and home-field advantage throughout with a win and a San Francisco loss.

San Francisco (11-4) at Arizona (10-5) - (San Francisco leads series 27-17) Last meeting was on October 13th, San Francisco won 32-20.  San Francisco has clinched a playoff spot and can clinch the West Division and a first-round bye with a win and a Seattle loss, and can clinch home-field throughout with a win, a Seattle loss, and a Carolina loss. Arizona can clinch a playoff spot with a win and a New Orleans loss.

Buffalo (6-9) at New England (11-4) - (New England leads series 65-41-1) Last meeting was on September 8th, New England won 23-21. New England has clinched the East Division title and can clinch a first-round bye with a win and a Cincinnati loss and an Indy loss, and can clinch home-field throughout with a win and a Denver loss.

Green Bay (7-7-1) at Chicago (8-7) - (Chicago leads series 93-88-6) Last meeting was on November 4th, Chicago won 27-20.  Chicago clinches the North Division with a win.  Green Bay clinches the North Division with a win.

Kansas City (11-4) at San Diego (8-7) - (San Diego leads series 54-52-1) Last meeting was on November 24th, San Diego won 41-38. Kansas City has clinched a playoff spot.  San Diego clinches a playoff spot with a win and a Miami loss and a Baltimore loss.

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Philadelphia (9-6) at Dallas (8-7) - (Dallas leads series 62-47) Last meeting was on October 20, Dallas won 17-3. Philadelphia clinches the East Division title with a win. Dallas clinches the East Division title with a win.

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