10 a.m., Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers, CBS: The Bengals have won five of six and can clinch a second straight playoff berth with a win. Cincinnati hasn’t made the playoffs in consecutive years since 1981-82. The Steelers need to win each of the final two games to make a third consecutive playoff appearance.
10 a.m., New Orleans Saints at Dallas Cowboys, Fox: The Saints have won six of the past seven games in the series, but they are trying to play spoiler against a Cowboy team that controls its playoff destiny.
1 p.m., New York Giants at Baltimore Ravens, Fox: New York has dropped four of six to fall into a tie atop the NFC East. The Ravens, who are already in the playoffs, have lost three straight, but can clinch a second straight AFC North title with a win.
5:20 p.m.: San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks, NBC: The 49ers clinch a second straight NFC West title with a win. They have not won consecutive division titles since 1994-’95. The Seahawks clinch at least a wild-card berth with a victory and keep alive hopes of a division title (see story, D5).
—The Associated Press