If you are looking for NFL standings, you have come to the right place. Here you will find the top teams for each week of the season and their odds of winning. You can use this information to make a solid wager that will ultimately pay off.
Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals
The Baltimore Ravens will travel to Cincinnati to take on the Bengals for a spot in the Super Bowl. Both teams have a history of winning against each other. However, while the Bengals have succeeded in this series, the Ravens have the advantage.
The Ravens are a solid team that prides itself on its defense. They have a strong stop unit led by All-Pro linebacker Roquan Smith. In addition, the team has a great offense. Their passing game is ranked 19th in league with 20.6 points per game.
However, the Ravens are the least-scoring playoff team in the NFL, with a measly 20.4 points per game. And their offense is a bit underpowered compared to last year.
Meanwhile, the Bengals have a top-five run defense and a third-best third-down offense. As a result, the Bengals have won eight straight games and eight of the last nine.
If the Bengals can beat the Ravens, they will secure a home-field advantage for the AFC playoffs. But that could be a challenging task.
San Francisco 49ers vs. Minnesota Vikings
When the San Francisco 49ers hosted the Minnesota Vikings in 2022, fans will have two exciting teams to watch. These two are expected to finish their seasons with the same record, and both will have a chance at the title of NFC North champs.
There are a few notable differences between the two. For one, the Vikings will play in U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. Also, the Niners are the home team. That means fans can witness a “Minneapolis Miracle” in person if the two groups can come together for a win.
While the two teams have the same overall record, the 49ers hold a slight advantage in conference play. The two teams have played each other eight times, with the 49ers winning three games and the Vikings winning two.
The 49ers have a good chance of capturing the NFC West title for the second year. The 49ers have an 8-2 record against the NFC, compared to Minnesota’s 6-3 history.
Philadelphia Eagles vs. Kansas City Chiefs
The Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs will play each other in the postseason. This game will take place in October 2021. The game will be played at 5:00 PM UTC.
The Philadelphia Eagles are the current NFC East champions and have the best record in the NFL. They also secured the top seed in the conference with a win over the Cowboys in Week 16. If they win in Week 16, they’ll lock up home-field advantage in the forum.
The Philadelphia Eagles will be playing three preseason games in 2022/2023. In addition, they will be playing 21 regular season games.
Their offense is led by Jalen Hurts, who has thrown for three rushing touchdowns in two games. The Eagles are ranked 17th in the NFL with 121.7 rushing yards per game, and their defense ranks seventh with 20.2 points allowed per game.
Meanwhile, the Buffalo Bills are holding the first seed in the AFC and tied with Kansas City for the best record in the league. However, the Bills have yet to beat the Chiefs, and they could lose in Week 17 and still miss out on a playoff spot.
Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Tennessee Titans
Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans are two of the top teams in the AFC South and will face off in Week 18. Both teams have won six games and will battle for a playoff spot. The winner will earn a place in the AFC playoffs, while the loser could still qualify as a wild card team.
Tennessee was amid a three-year winning streak and looked like it would win the AFC South for the third year in a row. But they dropped their seventh game in a row, falling to the Jaguars 20-16. This is the first time that the Titans have lost seven consecutive games since 1999.
With the loss, the Titans fell to an 0-7 record against losing teams and are 4-8 against the spread in their home games this season. In addition, they are now a woeful 30th in total offense and dead last in first downs.
After a slow start to the game, the Jaguars found their rhythm in the second half. Derrick Henry led the way with 109 yards rushing. He finished with 3.6 yards per carry.