As the 2018 season enters Week 14, 30 of the league’s 32 teams remain in playoff contention. The NFC West champion Los Angeles Rams (11-1) have already clinched a playoff berth, and three additional teams can secure a division title this week: the Houston Texans (9-3), the New England Patriots (9-3) and the New Orleans Saints (10-2).
On Sunday afternoon, the Houston Texans welcome the Indianapolis Colts in an AFC South battle. The Texans look to extend their league-leading nine-game winning streak and clinch the division title.
The New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins also square off on Sunday afternoon. The Patriots look to secure their 10th consecutive AFC East title and extend the longest streak of consecutive division titles in league history. New England quarterback Tom Brady needs just one touchdown pass to top Peyton Manning for the most career touchdown passes.
A meeting of first-place NFC teams takes center stage on Sunday Night Football as the Los Angeles Rams and the Chicago Bears face off at Soldier Field. Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald leads the NFL with 16.5 sacks this season. He has recorded at least two sacks in each of his past three games.