Theoretically, the 9-6 Eagles should have no trouble with the 6-9 Giants.
But I don't have a good feeling about this. The Eagles are in an inexplicable tailspin, and the secondary is terrible. And the Giants have this guy - you might have heard of him? Odell Beckham Jr.? Who makes regular circus catches? Bradley Fletcher won't be on him - thank God, he's been benched - but given the fact that Bill Davis *wouldn't* bench him earlier, I'm not sure Nolan Carroll is an upgrade.
I think it's going to be a long day for the Birds up in northern NJ, and I don't think they're going to turn it around this week.
In the rest of the matchups (hopefully I have the various playoff scenarios straight here):
Browns at Ravens: The Ravens will take care of their business but will still end up on the outside (see below, RE: Chargers/Chiefs).
Cowboys at Washington: Cowboys (Although, since the DC football team helped wreck our season last week, it would be really nice if they could do us a solid and send the Cowboys into the playoffs on a down note. But I doubt that will actually happen.)
Colts at Titans: Their #4 seed is assured, so the Colts don't have much to play for and will probably be resting their starters, but the Titans are really bad. Colts.
Saints at Buccaneers: Oh man, Saints, you broke my heart last week. Nothing sadder than being in New Orleans for a Saints loss, particularly when it means that they also threw away winning their terrible division. The Saints should be able to win this, seeing as the Bucs D is also terrible.
Bills at Patriots: With homefield locked up, over/under on how much playing time Tom Brady sees? I've got "coin toss." Pats should win handily anyway.
Jaguars at Texans: Texans. Not that it matters.
Chargers at Chiefs: The Chargers need this to grab the #6 seed, and the Chiefs are decimated by injury, with Alex Smith out as well. Even though they're playing in KC, to me, that says Chargers.
Jets at Dolphins: Dolphins
Bears at Vikings: Vikings
Raiders at Broncos: Broncos have the division, but are still playing for the bye. Which they should nail down handily this week.
Cardinals at 49ers: Bye versus wildcard for the Cards. And it's gonna be wildcard. 49ers.
Lions at Packers: Same for both teams. And the Pack don't lose at home. Packers.
Rams at Seahawks: Also bye versus wildcard. The Seahawks will take care of business at home, and are likely to take the #1 seed in the process.
Panthers at Falcons: It's official. The NFC South divisional winner will be under .500. Bleh. It's the Panthers to lose, but I expect them not to. Panthers.
Bengals at Steelers: Another bye versus wildcard matchup. I think the Steelers are going to sneak the AFC North right out from under the Bengals. Steelers.