Kansas City (13-3)

Remaining Schedule:

@ Oakland

vs Baltimore

vs Los Angeles Clippers

@ Seattle

vs Oakland

 

Kansas City only loses one of these games and that’s in Seattle.  The Chiefs won’t have much to play for and the Seahawks will have a lot to play for.  Playing in Seattle is a tough thing to do as well.  The rest of this schedule, which will still probably have Lamar Jackson starting for Baltimore, seems like a cakewalk.

Los Angeles (10-6)

Remaining Schedule:

@ Pittsburgh

vs Cincinnati

@ Kansas City

Vs Baltimore

@ Denver

 

This is going to be ugly.  The Clippers will lose 3 of these games.  Basically all of the road games.  Pit comes out angry and stomps them.  KC in Arrowhead is a definite loss and if you can’t beat Denver at home, you won’t beat them in Mile High.   LA learns you need to beat teams with winning records to succeed.

Denver Broncos (10-6)

Remaining Schedule:

@ Cincinnati

@ San Francisco’s

vs Cleveland

@ Oakland

vs Los Angeles Clippers

 

Denver wins out.  Surprisingly their toughest challenge remaining will be facing Cleveland.  Both teams seem to be in similar situations with their teams coming on late in the season.  While Baker will be a tough challenge for the Denver defense they will win at home.  Btw with beating LAC twice they have the tie breaker over them.

Oakland (3-13)

Remaining Schedule:

vs Kansas City

vs Pittsburgh

@ Cincinnati

vs Denver

@ Kansas City

 

The only win I see here is Cincinnati. And that’s if Driskel is still starting.  The rest of this schedule will be a rough stretch for Oakland. Although there is a chance they face a backup QB in KC week 17, I’m assuming Fat will be trying to get a #1 seed at that point.  Will this be enough for the #1 pick?