NFC Playoff Teams
- Green Bay Packers (14-3)
- San Francisco 49ers (13-4)
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers (13-4)
- Philadelphia Eagles (13-4)
- WC1: Los Angeles Rams (12-5)
- WC2: Dallas Cowboys (12-5)
- WC3: Arizona Cardinals (11-6)
Despite the loss of Davante Adams in Green Bay, the Packers should still be able to feast on the weak competition in the NFC North and finish with the NFL’s best record. Aaron Rodgers can certainly do enough to get this team to the playoffs regardless of who he has at wide receiver.
Elsewhere, the NFC West produced three playoff teams with the 49ers, Rams, and Cardinals all returning to the playoffs. With first-year starter Trey Lance under center, the 49ers’ offense is primed to explode with playmakers such as Deebo Samuel and George Kittle still in tow. The defending champion Rams reloaded their team as usual but the additions of Allen Robinson and Bobby Wagner may mean more in terms of name value than actual on-field productivity.
Finally, Tom Brady and the Buccaneers return to the playoffs after yet again running through the NFC South. Of course, Brady is always a threat to make the Super Bowl despite finishing as the third seed in the NFC. Their match-up with the Cowboys in Raymond James Stadium has the potential to be a shootout.