NFL Playoff picture 2013: Redskins vs. Cowboys all that remains to determine seeding

Tom Pennington

The NFL Playoff picture is nearly settled. The AFC seeds have all been secured while the Redskins and Cowboys will play on Sunday night to determine the last seed in the NFC.

The 2013 NFL Playoff picture just became a lot clearer after the Sunday afternoon games.

The AFC seeding has been completely set with the seeding below:

1. Denver Broncos

2. New England Patriots

3. Houston Texans

4. Baltimore Ravens

5. Indianapolis Colts

6. Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals will play on the road versus the Texans in one Wild Card game while the Ravens host the Colts in the second Wild Card game.

On the NFC side of the bracket, things are nearly settled after the Vikings defeated the Packers, 37-34, on Sunday.

1. Atlanta Falcons

2. San Francisco 49ers

3. Green Bay Packers

4. TBD winner of Redskins-Cowboys

5. Seattle Seahawks

6. Minnesota Vikings

The Vikings will have to play the Packers once again in the Wild Card round. Unlike Week 17, the game will be at Lambeau Field. The Seahawks will play on the road against the winner of the Redskins-Cowboys game on Sunday Night Football.

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