The NFC East, once again, has proven to be one of the NFL’s best bets to win its second division title since 2011.
And it is no surprise that the best teams in the league have won the last two weeks.
Here are the most important things to know about the division as it heads into Sunday’s wild-card game: Who’s at the top?
This isn’t an easy task, but the NFC West, which boasts the NFC’s two best teams, is the clear favorite to win the division.
No team has a better overall record than the Seattle Seahawks, who have won seven of the last eight games and sit atop the NFC South standings with a 12-4 record.
The Los Angeles Rams, who currently lead the NFC with a 13-3 record, are third in the division with a 10-6 record.
Atlanta is the only team to have a better record than that.
The Seattle Seahawks (10-6) have won five of their last six games.
Los Angeles is coming off its third straight win, but it lost to the Dallas Cowboys last week.
The Carolina Panthers (9-7) are tied for second in the NFC in points scored and are third overall in total offense.
Atlanta (10) has scored at least 100 points in seven of its last eight contests.
The Washington Redskins (8-8) have lost three straight, but have won four of five.
New York Giants (8) has a one-game lead on the defending NFC champions and are riding a three-game winning streak.
The Dallas Cowboys (9) are coming off a season-high eight-game win streak and are in the midst of a five-game home winning streak, their longest since the 2002 season.
New Orleans Saints (8), Oakland Raiders (8.5) and Minnesota Vikings (8.) have all been eliminated from the playoffs.
The Atlanta Falcons (8,) Seattle Seahawks and Dallas Cowboys are among the most likely teams to finish above .500 this season.
There are five teams that could win the NFC North, which includes the New York Jets (11-4), Carolina Panthers and Minnesota Saints.
The Jets are tied with the Saints for second with eight wins and have a three percent chance of making the playoffs this season, according to OddsShark.
The Panthers are fifth in the NFL with 11 wins and a 1.5 percent chance to make the playoffs, according