Philadephia and Dallas both finished 12-4 but the Eagles won the division by virtue of division point differential. Cowboys clinched wild-card berth. Eagles meet Rams or Vikings Jan. 3 or 4. NFC Central
Minnesota and Detroit both finished 9-7, but Vikings won division by virtue of conference record. Lions eliminated. NFC West
Atlanta (12-4) won the division and will open playoffs Jan. 3 or 4. Los Angeles (11-5) earned a wild-card berth and will meet Dallas Sunday. AFC East
Buffalo (11-5) won the division and will play away the weekend of Jan. 3-4. New England (10-6) can clinch a wild-card berth if Pittsburgh beats San Diego Monday. If Chargers win, Patriots are eliminated, Oakland earning the wild-card berth by virtue of superior overall record. AFC Central
Cleveland and Houston both finished 11-5 but the Browns won the title on division record. Oilers earned wild-card berth. Site will not be determined until after Monday San Diego-Pittsburgh game. Steelers eliminated from wild-card contention after New England beat New Orleans. AFC West
Oakland (11-5) guaranteed at least a wild-card berth with homefield advantage by defeating the Giants. If Pittsburgh beats San Diego (10-5) Monday, Oakland wins the division. If Chargers win, they clinch the division (on the basis of best net points in the division) and home-field advantage the weekend of Jan. 3-4.