The AFC West is all but locked up, and no one is going to care much about which team wins it.
That said, there’s plenty of interest in who wins it, which teams will be playing in the division for the first time in three decades.
The top three teams in the West (the Raiders, Broncos and Rams) will play each other twice in the next two weeks, so that’s plenty to play for.
The four remaining wild-card teams will face each other in the second half of next season.
The Raiders and Broncos will meet in Oakland for the Raiders’ annual home opener.
The Broncos have a bye in the first half of the season.
The Raiders are at home against the Raiders on Thanksgiving.
The Rams, meanwhile, will be at home on Christmas Eve against the Seahawks.
The Cardinals will host the Giants in Glendale, Arizona.
The AFC West standings, which are based on the Vegas total and average of the last three weeks, will remain the same for next season:The Raiders are currently the AFC’s only unbeaten team, having won 10 games in a row.
The Eagles (2-0) are in first place and have won four in a week.
The Broncos, meanwhile will be looking for their first win of the year when they visit the Chargers.
The Chargers are currently 3-0, and have only lost three in a game this season.
This is the only team with fewer than three losses this season, though they have a lot of games left to play.
The Chiefs are 4-0 after a victory against the Chargers in Week 5.
The Ravens are 4/2 after beating the Raiders in Week 1.
The Eagles have won three straight and have now won five of their last six games.
They have the league’s best record, but the Rams have won five straight and will be without defensive end Chris Long (concussion).
The Broncos have won their last three games, but have only won one of their past six.
The 49ers and Chiefs are tied for second place with two games left.
The Bengals are 2/2.
The Rams are 2-0 and have been in first spot for most of the past two weeks.
The Titans are 2, but will be coming off a bye.
The Chargers have lost four straight games, and the Broncos have lost five of the six they’ve played.
The Colts are tied with the Titans for second in the AFC South.
The Cowboys are tied at 1/2 and will play at the Jets on Sunday.
The Steelers have lost three straight games and are 3-1.
The Packers are 3/3 and are 5-1 since their bye.
The Dolphins are 3, and are 4.
The Chiefs are 1-3 and have lost eight straight.
The Seahawks are 4, and will need a win against the Titans to tie with the Chargers for the AFC wild card.
The Seahawks are tied to the Browns for the NFC’s No. 2 seed.
The Browns are currently 2-1, but they’ll have to play the Steelers to finish in first.
The 49ers are 3 and are tied on points with the Browns.
The Steelers are 3.
The Jaguars are 2 and are 7-2.
The Bills are 1, and they’ll be playing the Titans on Sunday and the Chargers on Monday.
The Cowboys are 3 after beating Miami in Week 4.
The Jaguars are tied and will face the Bills on Sunday before facing the Steelers.
The Colts have lost two straight and are now 4-1 after winning at Kansas City.
The Texans are 4 and are still trying to figure out how to win at home.
The Titans are 3 but have lost seven straight.
The Bengals are 3 as they visit Minnesota and are 0-4 in their last four games.
The Cardinals are 3 with a bye next week and will visit Oakland for a game against the Browns and Raiders.
The Panthers are 2 with a win at Washington.
The Saints will play the Saints on Sunday, but won’t play the Patriots in Week 3.