The Colts saw off-season playoffs at the weekend, but their positioning looks much better after week 11.
They defeated the jaguars on Sunday while the Texans lost to the Ravens, which caused Indianapolis Houston to skip to first place at AFC South. They have the opportunity to consolidate this position on Thursday night when they play in a game against the Texans, which also affects the way the wild card race develops. 19659003] LEADERS
1. Patriots (9-1) It was not the most beautiful offensive against the Eagles, but victory keeps them away from the ravens.
2. Ravens (8-2) The division is firmly in the hand and they still have the tiebreaker over the patriots.
3rd Chiefs (7-4) Week 13 against the Raiders could stand for first place at AFC West.
4. Colts (6-4) A victory on Thursday would mean a victory for the Texans and a clear path to the division's title.
5. Bills (7-3) After Broncos' visit this week, the schedule is getting stricter, but another victory would leave the bills in a good position.
6. Texans (6-4) The loss of Thursday would significantly tarnish the playoff prospects in Houston.
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7. Raiders (6-4) An extension of the winning streak to four matches would certainly finish in AFC West.
8. Steelers (5-5) The loss last Thursday was a heavy blow to the playoff hopes.
9. Titans (5-5) With two games against the Texans and one against the Colts, the Titans at the AFC South can still make a noise.
10. Brown's (4-6) The schedule is quite lenient, but no Myles Garrett will make life difficult for Cleveland.
11. Jaguars (4-6) If you lose to the Titans this week, the Jaguars have very long postseason chances.
12. Chargers (4-7) Head Coach Anthony Lynn said his team had to win on Monday night, but they did not and victory could not even help them now.
13. Broncos (3-7) A 20-point lead at mid-term in Minnesota has nullified all of the ongoing playoff hopes.
14. Jets (3-7) A winning streak in two games has pushed the forerunners into the background without much to do with the jets' postseason chances.
15. Dolphins (2-8) With the Browns and Eagles next on the board, the Dolphins can still spoil things for other teams.
16. Bengals (0-10) The Bengals were unofficially excluded from the playoffs in September, but became official only this week.