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, Washington and Philadelphia looks wide open, and a team that doesn’t win the division may end up earning a wild card.Here’s how the playoff picture looks after Week 12:LEADERS1. Saints (10-1): They have a tough schedule the rest of the way, so 15-1 won’t be easy.2. Rams (10-1): They have an easy schedule the rest of the way Youth Budda Baker Jersey
, so they still have a good chance of finishing ahead of the Saints in the standings.3. Bears (8-3): The inside track to the No. 3 seed, but catching the Rams or Saints for a bye will not be easy.4. Cowboys (6-5): Now owns first place in the NFC East thanks to the head-to-head tiebreaker over Washington.5. Vikings (6-4-1): If they keep winning, they maintain a half-game lead in the wild card race.6. Washington (6-5): Owns the wild card tiebreaker over Seattle based on NFC record Cheap Christian Kirk Jersey
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,” Wilks said.Rosen came in for his first regular season action after the Bears took a 16-14 lead with 4:31 left to play in the game. Wilks said he was hoping to get Rosen into the game earlier, but the Bears held the ball for just under seven minutes before Cody Parkey‘s field goal put them in the lead.Wilks said he felt Rosen “handled it well” and did a good job moving the ball. Wilks also talked about Rosen’s mobility being something he feels the team can take advantage of as they look for their first win of the 2018 season.Rosen threw an interception on fourth down after moving the Cardinals into Bears territory and finished the game 4-of-7 for 36 yards.