We're getting closer, but we won't have an official playoff schedule until the Packers and Lions finish up their primetime battle next Sunday night.
Here's what we do know. All six teams in the AFC have been decided - we just need to figure out who'll end up in which seeds. In the NFC, it's a little more complicated, with a number of dominoes still moving around in advance of Week 17's NFC North battle between Green Bay and Detroit.
AFC #1 seed: New England Patriots (13-2)
The Patriots triumphed with a 38-point win over the Jets on Saturday but it still wasn't enough to wrap up homefield advantage in the AFC. They can do that with a win over Miami or an Oakland loss in Week 17.
AFC #2 seed: Oakland Raiders (12-3)
Oakland has clinched a playoff berth and can win the AFC West (and grab a first-round bye) with a Week 17 win over Denver or Kansas City loss to San Diego. That's good news, although having to enter the playoffs without Derek Carr behind center certainly isn't.
AFC #3 seed: Pittsburgh Steelers (10-5)
The Steelers wrapped up the AFC North title with a nail-biting 31-27 win over Baltimore on Christmas Day.
AFC #4 seed: Houston Texans (9-6)
Randy Bullock will be getting a Christmas card from the Houston Texans. The Bengals kicker missed a potential game-winner against his former team at the end of regulation, sealing the AFC South title for Houston.
AFC #5 seed: Kansas City Chiefs (11-4)
Pittsburgh's win over Baltimore clinched an AFC playoff spot for Kansas City before they even took the field versus Denver. After their win over the Broncos, the Chiefs can still claim the AFC West crown (and a first-round bye) in Week 17 with a win over San Diego and Oakland loss to Denver.
AFC #6 seed: Miami Dolphins (10-5)
The Phins are in. Denver's loss to Kansas City Sunday night ensured an AFC Wild Card berth for Miami. Now the only question remains whether they'll visit Houston or Pittsburgh in the first weekend of the playoffs.
NFC #1 seed: Dallas Cowboys (13-2)
So much for taking it easy after clinching homefield advantage throughout the NFC. Dallas refused to lay up versus Detroit on Monday night by playing all their starters in a 42-21 win. Whether they do the same in a Week 17 game against Philly that is meaningless to both teams remains to be seen.
NFC #2 seed: Atlanta Falcons (10-5)
A win over Carolina and a Tampa Bay loss on Saturday clinched the NFC South title for the Falcons. Seattle's loss continued their good fortune as far as seeding is concerned, with the Falcons able to claim the NFC's second first-round bye with a win over the Saints in Week 17.
NFC #3 seed: Seattle Seahawks (9-5-1)
The Seahawks seemed like a shoo-in to grab the NFC's #2 seed until losing two of their last three games, including Saturday's 34-31 defeat to Arizona. The NFC West champs can still grab a first-round bye with a Week 17 win, but they'll need a loss from Atlanta next week.
NFC #4 seed: Green Bay Packers (9-6)
So much for the demise of Aaron Rodgers. The Packers' 38-25 win over Minnesota allows them to control their playoff destiny in Week 17 against Detroit, where they can run the table and clinch the NFC North with a win.
NFC #5 seed: New York Giants (10-5)
The Giants couldn't take care of the Eagles to clinch a playoff spot on Thursday, but the Saints gave them a hand on Saturday, with New Orleans' win over Tampa Bay clinching the first NFC Wild Card spot for Big Blue.
NFC #6 seed: Detroit Lions (9-6)
Monday's loss to the Cowboys means the Lions must beat the Packers next Sunday night to win the NFC North. Lose that game and they'll need some help to clinch a Wild Card.
NFC #7 seed: Washington Redskins (8-6-1)
Washington's longtime rivals did them a big solid on Monday night. The Cowboys' win over the Lions means that the Redskins will clinch the final NFC Wild Card spot if they beat the Giants in Week 17. Unless the Lions and Packers tie, which might be the most Washington Redskins thing that could ever happen.
NFC #8 seed: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-7)
The Bucs most likely ruined their playoff chances with a loss to New Orleans on Saturday. With the Lions' loss on Monday, Tampa needs to win in Week 17, get a loss or tie from the Redskins and for the Lions to beat the Packers. But that's not all. To claim the final Wild Card spot over Green Bay, they would also need the Colts, Cowboys, Titans and 49ers to win as well.