The Philadelphia Eagles finished on top of the NFC with a 14-3 record. Jalen Hurts and co defeated the New York Giants 22-16 on Sunday. The San Francisco 49ers are seed No 2 and Minnesota Vikings No 3. 

NFC Playoff Picture

1. Philadelphia Eagles

2. San Francisco 49ers

3. Minnesota Vikings

4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

5. Dallas Cowboys

6. New York Giants

7. Seattle Seahawks

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The Green Bay Packers los to the Detroit Lions Sunday night, and have now been eliminated from the postseason.

Detroit, Washington, New Orleans, Carolina, LA Rams, Atlanta, Arizona, and Chicago have been eliminated for the season.

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 The Giants (9-7-1) head to Minnesota (13-4) for a rematch of their first meeting this season, played just two weeks ago. The four-time Super Bowl winners have managed to book a spot in the playoffs for the first time since 2016.

The Dallas Cowboys will likely be visiting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for their playoff match. Although the Buccaneers have lost their match tonight against the Atlanta Falcons, they had already booked their place in the playoffs.

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The Giants overcame injuries and a 2-4-1 slide in November and early December to become the third NFC East team to qualify for the postseason, joining Philadelphia and Dallas. The bulk of the credit goes to first-year general manager Joe Schoen and rookie coach Daboll. They straightened out the franchise after the Giants went 4-13 last season, their fifth straight double-digit losing season. The Giants have made the playoffs only twice since they won their fourth Super Bowl in February 2012.

The Seahawks will face off against the San Francisco 49ers at the Levi’s Stadium while the Eagles will have a bye week.