Detroit Lions can move up NFC standings by defeating New York Jets

Detroit Lions can move up NFC standings by defeating New York Jets

The Detroit Lions With a win over the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium, the NFC standings could be closer.

Thursday Night Football: Seattle Seahawks They were defeated by the San Francisco 49ers 21-13

The Seahawks’ loss to the Seahawks dropped their record to 7-7 for the season.

It would be its sixth win in seven weeks. Detroit The Seahawks would be tied for eighth place in the NFC standings.

“It’s a big test because I know that the team we’re about to face is very similar to us, in that sense, I would think. Robert Saleh is a strong leader who emphasizes toughness and perseverance, and that you are built in a certain way.” Dan Campbell. “And so, that’s what I think, I think you said, we’re going to their place. We are out in the elements, but I don’t think it will be too difficult. We’re both vying for playoff spots. This is crucial for us both. This is why I am a heavyweight fighter, because I love my O-line. This is a worthy, high-quality opponent, especially their front. It’s going be a lot of fun.

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The tiebreaker is currently held by the Seahawks over the Lions. They were victorious in Detroit at Ford FieldIn Week 4, 48-45

The Commanders were able to save the day.Giants In Week 15, match up with another team, hopefully adding another loss to one of those teams (if it doesn’t end in a tie).

NFC Playoff Standings

  • 1.) Philadelphia Eagles: 12-1
  • 2.) Minnesota Vikings: 10-3
  • 3.) San Francisco 49ers: 10-4
  • 4.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 6-7
  • 5.) Dallas Cowboys: 10-3
  • 6.) Washington Commanders: 7-5-1
  • 7.) 7.) New York Giants: 7-5-1
  • 8.) 7.) Seattle Seahawks: 7-7
  • 9.) Detroit Lions: 6-7
  • 10.) 10.) Green Bay Packers: 5-8

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