The 100th regular season of the NFL has concluded. And this weekend the biggest matchups of NFL Wild Card weekend are set.
Two out of the 12 teams clinched a playoff spot on Dec. 29, including the Philadelphia Eagles, who clinched the NFC East and the fourth seed with a 34-17 win over the New York Giants in Week 17, and the Tennessee Titans, who clinched the sixth seed of the AFC with a 35-14 win over a Deshaun Watson-less Houston Texans in the same week.
And those are the teams we will start within this preview.
1. Eagles (NFC fourth seed, 9-7)/Seahawks (NFC fifth seed, 11-5): Sunday at 3:40 Central, 4:40 Eastern in Philly
The Eagles roll into the NFC playoffs having won their last four games (wins over the Giants, Redskins, Cowboys and the Giants again). They needed every win to punch their ticket. Their wins can be attributed to the high-level play of one-time Pro Bowl quarterback Carson Wentz, who is the only quarterback in NFL history to pass for 4,000 yards while not having a receiver catch for 500 yards; he even has the longest active streak in the NFL with 19 straight games with a touchdown pass.