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Who clinched what in Week 14 for the 2020 NFL playoffs

We have our second and third entrants into the NFL’s postseason tournament.

Chris Jones of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates at the end of the game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on December 08, 2019 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Photo by Kathryn Riley/Getty Images

The NFL wraps up Week 14 on Monday with a game that has significant playoff implications, but will not result in anybody clinching anything. The Eagles need a win to move into a tie with the Cowboys atop the NFC East, but they still have a shot at the division even with a loss.

It’s a fitting book-end to a week that opened with the Cowboys blowing it against the Bears. In between, we have two more entrants into the 2020 playoffs. The Ravens clinched a playoff berth with their win over the Bills. They could have clinched the AFC South division title if the Steelers had lost, but alas, it did not happen.

The Kansas City Chiefs punched their ticket and secured at least the fourth seed in the AFC. The Chiefs beat the Patriots and with the Raiders losing to the Titans, Kansas City clinched the AFC West division title.

2020 NFL playoff participants

NFC South champ: New Orleans Saints
AFC West champ: Kansas City Chiefs
Wild Card (for now): Baltimore Ravens