Night net null What is the final Night net playoff picture for the 2018 regular season looking like? Here's an updated tracker of the league's playoff bracket.Night net playoff bracket: AFC teams1. Chiefs (12-4), AFC West champions The Chiefs locked up the division title and top playoff seed with home-field advantage with their blowout home win over the Raiders on Sunday. They will host either the Ravens, Chargers or Colts in the divsional round.2. Patriots (11-5), AFC East champions The Patriots fell short of another top seed but still get a first-round bye thanks to their win over the Jets. They will host either the Texans, Ravens or Chargers in the divisional round.3. Texans (11-5), AFC South championsThe Texans beat the Jaguars early to keep the Colts from stealing the division later. They host the rubber match against the Colts Saturday, 4:35 p.m. ET on ESPN/ABC) in the wild-card round after each team won on the road in the previous two meetings.MORE: SN's Night net playoff predictions4. Ravens (10-6), AFC North championsThe Ravens held off the Browns on Sunday to also hold off the victorious Steelers for the division title. They host the Chargers (next Sunday, 1:05 p.m. ET on CBS) in a rematch of a Week 16 game they won in Los Angeles.5. Chargers (12-4), wild cardThe Chargers routed the Broncos but lost the tiebreaker with the Chiefs for the top seed and AFC West title. They will hope to avenge their most recent home loss on the road in Baltimore.6. Colts (10-6), wild cardThe Colts finished their season sweep of the Titans and their improbable turnaround from 1-5 on Sunday night to punch their ticket to the playoffs and a wild-card date with the division-winning Texans.Eliminated in Week 17:9. Steelers (9-6-1)10.Titans (9-7)The Steelers rallied to beat the Bengals but didn't get help from either the Ravens losing or the Titans tying

.Eliminated before Week 17:9. Browns (7-8-1)10. Dolphins (7-9)11. Broncos (6-10)12. Bengals (6-10)13. Bills (6-10)14. Jaguars (5-11)15. Raiders (4-12)16. Jets (4-12)MORE: Full Night net playoff scheduleNight net playoff bracket: NFC teams1. Saints (13-3), NFC South championsThe Saints had the top playoff seed and home-field advantage on lock before Week 17. They will rest up during a first-round bye before hosting either the Cowboys, Seahawks or Eagles.2. Rams (13-3), NFC West championsThe Rams locked up the No. 2 seed and second NFC first-round bye by beating the 49ers and holding off the victorious Bears, to whom, like the Saints, they lost. They will face either the Bears, Cowboys or Seahawks in the divisional round.3. Bears (12-4), NFC North championsThe Bears beat the Vikings but remained here because the Rams also won. They will host the Eagles now instead of the Vikings in the wild-card round (next Sunday, 4:40 p.m. ET on NBC)4. Cowboys (10-6), NFC East championsThe Cowboys rallied to beat the Giants on Sunday but they were locked into this seed before Week 17. They will host the Seahawks (Saturday, 8:15 p.m. ET on Fox), to whom they lost in Seattle in Week 3, in a wild-card round rematch.MORE: Picks for all four wild-card games5. Seahawks (10-6), wild cardThe Seahawks got a good fight from the Cardinals but won to avoid playing the Bears again, given they lost in Chicago in Week 2. They get a much more favorable matchup in a controlled environment against the Cowboys.6. Eagles (9-7), wild cardThe Eagles snuck into the playoffs again with Nick Foles following their 2017 Super Bowl 52 run after shutting out the Redskins while the Vikings lost at home to the Bears. The defending champions have a tough test in Chicago to try to stay in the tournament.Eliminated in Week 17:7. Vikings (8-7-1)The Vikings failed to beat the Bears at home and saw their highly disappointing season come to an end, not even making the playoffs with Kirk Cousins after finishing as the No. 2 seed in the NFC championship game last year.Eliminated before Week 17:8. Falcons (7-9)9. Panthers (7-9)10. Redskins (7-9)11. Packers (6-9-1)12. Lions (6-10)13. Giants (5-11)14. Buccaneers (5-11)15. 49ers (4-12)16. Cardinals (3-13)MORE: Cardinals clinch No. 1 draft pick | Bucs' 7 best replacements for Koetter

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