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Winners and Losers.The big winners in Week 16 were the Saints Best Lamar Jackson Jersey , Patriots, Cowboys , Seahawks and Ravens. The big losers were the Steelers, Dolphins, Chiefs and Texans.But wait. Then the Texans became winners hours later, earning a playoff berth as they headed back to Houston on Sunday following a last-second 32-30 loss at Philadelphia that handed the AFC’s No. 2 seed behind Kansas City to the Patriots — as if they need any help when the playoffs arrive. Houston sneaked in when Pittsburgh lost 31-28 at New Orleans, though the Texans still could wind up a wild card in the, well, wild AFC South.Here’s a road map as we head into the final week of the schedule.NFCNew Orleans (12-3) secured home-field advantage throughout the conference playoffs by beating Pittsburgh, dropping the Steelers into second place behind Baltimore in the AFC North. The Saints won’t be playing outdoors again — the Super Bowl, should they get there, will be inside at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium.“Knowing that we’ve done it, knowing that the road comes through New Orleans, that gives us a lot of confidence,” Drew Brees said. “Obviously we love playing in the dome. … We have goals throughout the season and this is one of them.”Also reaching their goal were the Cowboys, grabbing the NFC East with a 27-20 victory over Tampa Bay. Dallas (9-6) will be the fourth seed and host a wild-card game.“We can’t get comfortable Adult Lamar Jackson Jersey ,” Ezekiel Elliott said. “We can’t afford to take a week off next week. We’ve got to keep working and make sure we’re ready for the playoffs.”Chicago (11-4) needs to be ready next week at Minnesota (8-6-1). For one, the Bears have a shot at the second overall slot and a first-round bye with a win and a loss by the Rams (12-3), who are at home for San Francisco. For another, they could deny their division rival a postseason spot; a Vikings win gets them a wild card.But a Vikings loss and an Eagles win at Washington gets the defending champions (8-7) back into the postseason.Seattle (9-6) appears destined to play at Dallas in the first round. The Seahawks beat the Cowboys in Week 3 for their first win of what was supposed to be a rebuilding year.They’ve rebuilt so quickly that Pete Carroll is in the running for Coach of the Year.“It’s not complicated,” Russell Wilson said after the 38-31 victory against the Chiefs. “It’s hard work, it’s having faith. We knew we had to battle throughout the season, it’s a journey and we’re still not done yet.”AFCFor a decade now, the New England Patriots have owned the AFC East, and they had a huge weekend.The Patriots clinched their 10th straight division title when they beat Buffalo 24-12. They got an added bonus when Houston fell to drop out of the second seed in the conference, which New England grabbed — with a shot at the top spot.They are 7-0 in Foxborough — the league’s only undefeated team in its own building — and 3-5 on the road.“We didn’t have our best day in the passing game. But it felt good to win. At this time of year, whatever it takes to win, that’s what you’ve got to do,” Tom Brady said.Baltimore (9-6), fresh off its victory at the Chargers on Saturday night, has a half-game lead on Pittsburgh (8-6-1), which has lost four of five. The Ravens will take the North with a home win against Cleveland next week. The Steelers host Cincinnati and need help to get into the postseason from their hated enemy Limited Mark Andrews Jersey , the Browns.“We’re playing pretty good football, but it might not matter,” Ben Roethlisberger said. “Obviously we don’t control our destiny any more. We have to take care of business next week.“You can be as skillful as you want on both sides of the ball and special teams, but there is still a small element of luck involved in football. A play here, a play there. If that’s what it is, I don’t know, but it’s the game of football.”The game of tiebreakers also shows that should the Colts and Titans deadlock at Nashville in the prime-time game to end the season, and the Steelers win, Pittsburgh edges both of them for the final wild card, all at 9-6-1.In the South, Houston (10-5) is leading Indianapolis and Tennessee by a game. The Texans host Jacksonville (5-10) and could wind up a wild card with a loss and a non-tie in Nashville.The Chiefs (11-4) and Chargers (11-4) already are in the postseason from the West. That takes up one wild card. But Kansas City, once the darling of the league, could plummet from top overall seed to wild card if it flops versus Oakland next week and LA beats Denver.Miami was still in the mix before falling 17-7 at home to lowly Jacksonville. Shameful.What is clear is that there’s no overwhelming favorite. It’s been a while since a wild-card team, Green Bay for the 2010 season, won the championship. Right now, betting against the likes of the Chargers Mark Andrews Ravens Jersey , Seahawks or Eagles should they get in would be foolish. The following are PFT’s top 100 free agents for the start of the 2019 league year. The rankings include prospective unrestricted and restricted free agents, as well as released players. The list will be updated as events warrant, with signings, tags and re-signings denoted when announced and/or reported.1. Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence. (The Cowboys used the franchise tag on Lawrence.)2. Texans defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. (The Texans used the franchise tag on Clowney.)3. Patriots defensive end Trey Flowers. (The Lions agreed to terms with Flowers on a five-year deal on March 11.)4. Falcons defensive tackle Grady Jarrett. (The Falcons used the franchise tag on Jarrett.)5. Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark. (The Seahawks used the franchise tag on Clark)6. Chiefs outside linebacker Dee Ford. (The Chiefs used the franchise tag on Ford and then traded him to the 49ers.)7. Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell. (The Jets agreed to terms with Bell on a four-year deal on March 13).8. Giants safety Landon Collins. (Washington agreed to terms with Collins on a six-year, $84 million deal on March 11.)9. Ravens inside linebacker C.J. Mosley. (The Jets agreed to terms with Mosley on a five-year deal on March 12.)10. Seahawks safety Earl Thomas. (The Ravens agreed to terms with Thomas on a four-year deal on March 13.)11. Eagles quarterback Nick Foles. (The Jaguars agreed to terms with Foles on a four-year deal with a base value of $88 million on March 11.)12. Texans safety Tyrann Mathieu. (The Chiefs agreed to terms on a three-year, $42 million deal with Mathieu.)13. Washington linebacker Preston Smith. (Smith agreed to terms with the Packers on March 12.)14. Bears safety Adrian Amos. (Amos agreed to terms with the Packers on March 12.)15. Rams guard Rodger Saffold. (Saffold agreed to terms with the Titans on four-year, $44 million deal on March 12.)16. Broncos center Matt Paradis. (Paradis agreed to a three-year, $27 million deal with the Panthers on March 12.)17. Rams safety Lamarcus Joyner. (The Raiders agreed to terms with Joyner on March 11.)18. Eagles cornerback Ronald Darby. (Darby signed a one-year deal with the Eagles on March 15.)19. Ravens linebacker Za’Darius Smith. (Smith agreed to terms with the Packers on March 12.)20. Patriots offensive tackle Trent Brown. (The Raiders agreed to terms on a four-year, $66 million deal with Brown on March 11.)21. Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr. (The Vikings agreed to terms with Barr on March 11 after he had a deal in place with the Jets.)22. Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright. (Agreed to terms to remain with the Seahawks.)23. Rams defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.24. Dolphins offensive tackle Ja’Wuan James. (The Broncos agreed to terms with James on March 11.)25. Bucs offensive tackle Donovan Smith. (Signed a three-year deal with the Buccaneers on March 5.)26. Bears cornerback Bryce Callahan. (The Broncos agreed to terms with Callahan on March 15.)27. Lions defensive end Ziggy Ansah. (The Seahawks agreed to terms on a one-year deal on May 8.)28. Eagles linebacker Jordan Hicks. (Hicks agreed to a four-year deal with the Cardinals on March 12.)29. Bucs linebacker Kwon Alexander. (The 49ers reached an agreement with Alexander on March 11.)30. Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham. (Graham signed a three-year extension with the Eagles on March 1.)31. Eagles receiver Golden Tate. (Tate signed a four-year deal with the Giants on March 14.)32. Vikings defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson. (Richardson agreed to a three-year deal with the Browns on March 12.)33. Texans cornerback Kareem Jackson. (The Broncos agreed to terms on a three-year deal worth $33 million with Jackson on March 11.)34 Saints defensive end Alex Okafor. (The Chiefs signed Okafor to a three-year deal on March 14.)35. Panthers offensive tackle Daryl Williams. (The Panthers re-signed Williams on March 13.)36. Chargers receiver Tyrell Williams. (The Raiders agreed to terms with Williams on March 13.)37. Colts cornerback Pierre Desir. (Desir re-signed with the Colts on March 13.)38. Saints running back Mark Ingram. (The Ravens agreed to terms on a three-year deal with Ingram on March 13.)39. Patriots defensive back Jason McCourty. (McCourty agreed to a two-year deal with the Patriots on March 13.)40. Packers defensive tackle Muhammad Wilkerson.41. Ravens safety Eric Weddle (signed a two-year deal with the Rams on March 8.)42. Raiders tight end Jared Cook. (signed with the Saints on March 26.)43. Broncos linebacker Shaquil Barrett. (The Buccaneers signed Barrett to a one-year deal on March 15.)44. Chargers defensive lineman Corey Liuget.45. Chiefs cornerback Steven Nelson. (The Steelers agreed to a three-year, $25.5 million deal with Nelson on March 12.)46. Chiefs center Mitch Morse. (The Bills agreed to terms with Morse on March 11.)47. Rams outside linebacker Dante Fowler, Jr. (Re-signed with the Rams.)48. Chargers defensive tackle Brandon Mebane. (The Chargers agreed to terms on a deal with Mebane on March 13.)49. Falcons defensive end Bruce Irvin. (The Panthers agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Irvin on March 19.)50. Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs. (The Cardinals agreed to terms with Suggs on March 11.)51. Falcons running back Tevin Coleman. (The 49ers agreed to terms with Coleman on March 13.)52. Bengals cornerback Darqueze Dennard (The Bengals agreed to a new deal with him on March 21).53. Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston (Agreed to a two-year deal with the Colts on March 21).54. Chargers inside linebacker Denzel Perryman. (Perryman signed a two-year deal with the Chargers on March 8.)55. Browns linebacker Jamie Collins.56. Chargers defensive tackle Darius Philon. (The Cardinals agreed to terms with Philon on a two-year deal on March 21.)57. Bucs receiver Adam Humphries. (The Titans agreed to terms with Humphries on March 11.)58. Colts safety Clayton Geathers. (Geathers agreed to terms on a one-year deal to return to Indianapolis on March 20.)59. Jets defensive end Henry Anderson. (The Jets reached agreement with Anderson on March 12.)60. Giants center Jon Halapio. (Halapio re-signed with the Giants on March 6.)61. Colts defensive lineman Margus Hunt. (Signed a two-year deal with the Colts on March 5.)62. Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall. (Agreed to terms with the Raiders on March 28.)63. Washington receiver Jamison Crowder. (Agreed to terms on a three-year deal with Jets on March 11.)64. Washington safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. (Signed a one-year deal with Bears on March 14.)65. Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake. (The Titans agreed to terms with Wake on a three-year, $23 million deal on March 12.)66. Falcons guard Andy Levitre.67. Browns quarterback Tyrod Taylor. (The Chargers agreed to terms with Taylor on March 13.)68. Texans defensive lineman Christian Covington. (Signed a one-year deal with the Cowboys on March 14.)69. Seahawks cornerback Justin Coleman. (Agreed to terms on deal with Lions on March 11)70. Bears defensive end Aaron Lynch. (Re-signed with the Bears for one year on April 1.)71. Ravens receiver John Brown. (The Bills agreed to terms with Brown on March 11.)72. Titans linebacker Derrick Morgan.73. Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley. (The Bills agreed to terms with Beasley on March 12.)74. Lions safety Glover Quin.75. Jaguars receiver Donte Moncrief. (Reached a two-year deal with the Steelers.)76. Ravens defensive end Brent Urban. (Signed with the Titans on April 26.)77. Jets cornerback Darryl Roberts. (Re-signed with the Jets on March 11.)78. Packers linebacker Clay Matthews (Agreed to a two-year deal with the Rams on March 19)79. Titans safety Kenny Vaccaro. (The Titans reached an agreement to retain Vaccaro on March 11.)80. Steelers tight end Jesse James. (Agreed to terms on deal with Lions on March 11.)81. Patriots defensive tackle Danny Shelton.82. Saints offensive lineman Jermon Bushrod.83. 49ers kicker Robbie Gould. (The 49ers used the franchise tag on Gould)84. Rams running back CJ Anderson (The Lions agreed to a one-year deal with Anderson on April 1.)85. Vikings safety George Iloka. (signed with the Cowboys on March 23.)86. Jaguars tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins (signed a one-year deal with the Patriots).87. Texans cornerback Kayvon Webster.88. Packers linebacker Jake Ryan. (The Jaguars signed Ryan on March 16.)89. Steelers guard Ramon Foster. (Signed a two-year deal with the Steelers on March 7.)90. Vikings running back Latavius Murray. (Agreed to a four-year deal with the Saints on March 12.)91. Chargers cornerback Jason Verrett. (Signed a one-year deal with the 49ers on March 14.)92. Saints quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. (He agreed to terms with the Saints on a one-year, fully guaranteed $7.25 million deal on March 14.)93. Cardinals linebacker Markus Golden. (The Giants agreed to terms with Golden on a one-year deal on March 14.)94. Packers receiver Randall Cobb (The Cowboys agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Cobb on March 19).95. Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski. (Re-signed with the Patriots on April 9.)96. Titans guard Quinton Spain (The Bills agreed to a one-year deal with Spain on April 3).97. Cardinals safety Tre Boston.98. Seahawks guard J.R. Sweezy. (The Cardinals reached an agreement on a two-year deal with Sweezy on March 12.)99. Washington offensive lineman Ty Nsekhe. (The Bills agreed to terms with Nsekhe on March 12.)100. Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert. (Re-signed with the Bengals on a one-year deal on March 16.)Previously ranked: Patriots defensive tackle Malcom Brown, Washington running back Adrian Peterson, Patriots returner Cordarrelle Patterson.
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