As the NFL enters Week 15 and the playoff picture becomes more clear, 23 teams technically remain in the hunt for a Super Bowl after the 2017 season. Two of those teams, the Eagles and Steelers, have already clinched playoff berths. That means 21 teams will fight for 10 playoff spots over the next three weeks.
The good news for the Packers and Cowboys as they prepare for the returns of Aaron Rodgers and Ezekiel Elliott, respectively: They are among the teams still alive for a playoff berth. The bad news for the Packers and Cowboys: Only the Raiders, Cardinals, Bengals and Jets have worse chances to reach the postseason.
Four teams — the Vikings, Rams, Patriots and Jaguars — have chances to clinch playoff spots in Week 15, meaning scoreboard watching might be a factor for at least some of the 17 other contenders who have not clinched.
Here are the playoff percentages for all 21 teams that remain in the hunt for a playoff berth in 2017.
NFL playoff percentages for every team in the hunt
New England Patriots: 100 percent
Minnesota Vikings: 99.9 percent
Jacksonville Jaguars: 98.2 percent
New Orleans Saints: 93.6 percent
Los Angeles Rams: 89.1 percent
Carolina Panthers: 78.9 percent
Tennessee Titans: 76.3 percent
Los Angeles Chargers: 66.7 percent
Baltimore Ravens: 65.3 percent
Seattle Seahawks: 64.7 percent
Kansas City Chiefs: 61.2 percent
Atlanta Falcons: 47.7 percent
Buffalo Bills: 28.9 percent
Miami Dolphins: 22.2 percent
Dallas Cowboys: 9.8 percent
Detroit Lions: 8.7 percent
Green Bay Packers: 7.5 percent
Oakland Raiders: 1.1 percent
Arizona Cardinals: Less than one percent
Cincinnati Bengals: Less than one percent
New York Jets: Less than one percent
(Playoff percentages via NFL)