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Several Teams Look to Clinch Division Titles in Week 17 | NFL News


49ers are hoping to come back after suffering lost to Ravens. Photo: @49ers
49ers are hoping to come back after suffering lost to Ravens. Photo: @49ers

As the NFL regular season charges into Week 17, the race for division titles intensifies, with four teams already securing their crowns. The Detroit Lions (11-4) emerged triumphant in the NFC North, capturing their first division title in 30 years. The San Francisco 49ers (11-4) also clinched the NFC West, positioning themselves for a shot at the No. 1 seed in the playoffs, a feat they last achieved in 2019.


In the NFC East, the Philadelphia Eagles (11-4) are on the cusp of history, eyeing a consecutive division title for the first time in two decades. A win would mark their second-straight NFC East crown, a rare achievement in a division known for its competitiveness. Meanwhile, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-7) are poised to etch their names in franchise history by securing a third-consecutive NFC South title with a victory against New Orleans. This potential triumph would also mark the second time the Buccaneers make the playoffs in four consecutive years, the first instance dating back to 1999-2002.


Over in the AFC, the Baltimore Ravens (12-3) have a dual opportunity to clinch the AFC North division title and the No. 1 seed. A victory against Miami would secure their first division title since 2019 and position them at the helm of the AFC. In turn, the Miami Dolphins (11-4) could clinch their first AFC East division title since 2008 with a victory in Baltimore, marking a significant milestone in their resurgence.


The Jacksonville Jaguars (8-7) aim to repeat history by clinching consecutive AFC South division titles for the second time in franchise history, a feat previously achieved in 1997-98. Finally, the Kansas City Chiefs (9-6) are on the verge of creating history by securing their eighth-consecutive AFC West division title with a victory against Cincinnati. If successful, they would surpass the Los Angeles Rams' seven consecutive NFC West titles from 1973-79, placing them second only to the New England Patriots' remarkable 11 consecutive AFC East titles from 2009-19. The stakes are high as the regular season crescendos and the battle for division supremacy unfolds. 🏈🏆 #NFL #DivisionTitleRace #Week17Showdowns








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