December 8, 2023
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The NFL season is at its business end, and all thirty-two teams have something to play for at this stage of the season. Some teams are looking for home advantage in the playoffs, and they are putting the finishing touches on their plans.

On the other hand, some teams are playing for pride, which in itself is a big thing in the NFL. Some might argue that many with losing records are currently in the middle of elaborate tanking schemes to get high-ranked players in the 2023 draft. That discussion, however, is for another day. Week 14 is upon us, and there are some storylines to unravel in an interesting NFL regular season.

What’s more, with the league reaching its fourteenth match week, a few teams will finally get their deserved bye. These teams are the Atlanta Falcons, Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, New Orleans Saints, and the Washington Commanders.

The sides that have a bye week here will surely savor it, as many of their key players carry injuries. But, of course, no one will savor this week more than reigning (and back-to-back) league MVP Aaron Rodgers, who is carrying some not-so-minor injuries like a broken thumb.

Are there any other bye weeks in the 2022 NFL Season?

No, there are no other bye weeks in the 2022 NFL season. Following Week 14, all teams will be in action until the postseason, during which a couple of teams will qualify for the playoffs, and the rest will begin their offseason.

Where do teams stand heading into Week 14 of the 2022 NFL Season?

As the season enters week 14, here is what the league standings look like per division and conference.

AFC East

  1. Buffalo Bills 9-3
  2. Miami Dolphins 8-4
  3. New York Jets 7-5
  4. New England Patriots 6-6

AFC South

  1. Tennessee Titans 7-5
  2. Indianapolis Colts 4-8-1
  3. Jacksonville Jaguars 4-8
  4. Houston Texans 1-10-1

AFC North

  1. Baltimore Ravens 8-4
  2. Cincinnati Bengals 8-4
  3. Cleveland Browns 5-7
  4. Pittsburgh Steelers 5-7

AFC West

  1. Kansas City Chiefs 9-3
  2. Los Angeles Chargers 6-6
  3. Las Vegas Raiders 5-7
  4. Denver Broncos 3-9

NFC East

  1. Philadelphia Eagles 11-1
  2. Dallas Cowboys 9-3
  3. New York Giants 7-4-1
  4. Washington Commanders 7-5-1

NFC South

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6-6
  2. Atlanta Falcons 5-8
  3. Carolina Panthers 4-8
  4. New Orleans Saints 4-9

NFC North

  1. Minnesota Vikings 10-2
  2. Detroit Lions 5-7
  3. Green Bay Packers 5-8
  4. Chicago Bears 3-10

NFC West

  1. San Francisco 49ers 8-4
  2. Seattle Seahawks 7-5
  3. Arizona Cardinals 4-8
  4. Los Angeles Rams 3-9

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