There are so many video games that it can be difficult to keep up with the latest releases and trends. What should you know before investing in a game? Here’s what you need to know about each release this month.
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The regular season is still four weeks away, but the postseason chase is already well begun. And, given the state of the AFC standings coming into Week 15, almost every game involving AFC clubs has a direct bearing on conference playoff possibilities. Even the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans have a huge game on Sunday, as the loser moves closer to stealing the No. 1 overall choice in the 2022 NFL Draft from the Detroit Lions.
However, we’re here to discuss clubs with playoff aspirations and Super Bowl aspirations. And we won’t have to wait long for a game that might have a major influence on the playoff race this week. Here’s a look at the AFC’s Week 15 schedule and what’s at stake in each game:
The Chargers and Chiefs will battle for AFC West dominance on Thursday Night Football.
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Week 15 begins with an incredible gem of a matchup at SoFi Stadium between the current AFC No. 3 seed Kansas City Chiefs and the No. 5 seed Los Angeles Chargers.
The Chargers hit the field Thursday night knowing that a win puts them in first place in the AFC West, as both teams would be 9-5 with three games remaining, but the Chargers would hold the tie-breaker due to sweeping the season series.
In contrast, a win for the Chiefs would place them in a near grip on the division, improving to 10-4 and lowering the Chargers to 8-6. The Chiefs would be 4-1 in the division in this scenario, while the Chargers would be 2-2.
Both teams are on winning runs entering this game, with the Chiefs’ early-season difficulties a distant memory after winning six straight. The Chargers have won two games in a row, but Justin Herbert is giving Patrick Mahomes a run for his money as the AFC West’s best quarterback. Herbert has completed 74% of his passes and thrown six touchdowns versus one interception in his two triumphs. Both teams will be healthy with Keenan Allen anticipated to return off the Covid list.
Fighting for the top seed or Wild Card spots on Saturday Night is fine.
The annual Saturday night doubleheader returns this week, and the NFL struck the jackpot with its main event, a game between the AFC’s current top seed, the New England Patriots, and the AFC’s current No. 6 seed, the Indianapolis Colts, with major seeding ramifications.
The Patriots are one of three teams in the AFC with a 9-4 record, but because to their wise choice to lose the most of those four games against NFC opponents, they have a considerable edge over the other two 9-4 clubs in the league, Kansas City and the Tennessee Titans.
While a win maintains the Patriots atop the AFC East for at least another week, it has little influence on their potential to secure the division against the Buffalo Bills (7-6). If the Patriots lose this week and the Bills win, the Patriots can still win the division next week by defeating the Bills at Foxboro, giving them a two-game lead and a 2-0 head-to-head tiebreaker with two weeks remaining.
The game is especially important for the Colts, who would collect a crucial conference victory and improve to 7-3 in the AFC with a win. The Colts are one of five AFC teams with a 7-6 record entering this week, so securing the conference record tiebreaker over their other Wild Card contenders is critical.
The Cleveland Browns, one of the other 7-6 teams, face the 6-7 Las Vegas Raiders on Saturday’s undercard. A Browns win effectively terminates the Raiders’ season and maintains the AFC North lead firmly in the hands of the struggling 8-5 Baltimore Ravens.
To close the Sunday window, the Bengals and Broncos play the closest thing to a knockout game.
One game in particular stands out on Sunday’s schedule. In what is as near to a one-game playoff as we will see this weekend, the other 7-6 club in the AFC North, the current No. 9 seed Cincinnati Bengals, meet the revived No. 0 seed, the 7-6 Denver Broncos. The loser of this game will find reaching the playoffs a Herculean job if they fall to 7-7 with three games remaining.
Because of a 3-6 conference record, the Broncos definitely need this game even more. With Bengals wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase and Broncos running back Javonte Williams, this matchup features two of the best offensive rookies in the league. The fates of their teams are determined by how these two players perform.
The Bills will try to put their dismal seven days behind them in the early window on Sunday. They are presently 7-6 and in the perilous No. 7 spot after losing their last two games. They’ll face the Carolina Panthers in a game that won’t influence their conference record, but is certainly a must-win for them to remain afloat in the long run.
The Steelers, who are 6-6-1, are also looking to run the table in the next four weeks, but they will have a difficult time doing it against the 9-4 Tennessee Titans. The Dolphins (6-7) must beat the Jets to have a chance to climb the AFC ladder in the other early game involving a club with shaky playoff aspirations.
While Cincinnati and Denver battle it out in the late window, the Ravens must find a way to turn things around against the rising Packers or risk losing their grip on the AFC North lead.
Pro Football Reference provided the statistics.
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