While every NFL team still has 14 regular season games left, it’s not too early to talk about the playoffs.
After all, the games come by so quickly that tiebreakers and possible scenarios are already being discussed.
Football fans root for their teams to make the playoffs, which is difficult considering the game’s physical toll.
No wonder Dallas Cowboys supporters might have given up on the season when Dak Prescott went down to injury.
However, Cooper Rush proves otherwise by leading the squad to two consecutive victories.
The same goes for the Cleveland Browns, who will not have Pro Bowl quarterback Deshaun Watson for 11 games.
They are also finding ways to win and were two minutes away from remaining undefeated.
Therefore, the postseason picture can change yearly, save for some perennial contenders.
That said, FOX Sports NFL shared FiveThirtyEight’s calculation regarding the top ten teams with the best playoff chances.
As of this week, these teams have the best chance of making it to the playoffs.
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) September 28, 2022
The undefeated Philadelphia Eagles top the list at 93 percent.
Meanwhile, the Miami Dolphins, the other remaining undefeated team, is at 88 percent.
Ranked between those two squads are the Buffalo Bills at 90 percent and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 88 percent.
The Kansas City Chiefs complete the top five at 78 percent.
Other Teams On The Top Ten List
Not far behind Kansas City are the Green Bay Packers, with a 77 percent chance of entering the 2022 NFL playoffs.
Right with them are the Baltimore Ravens, the team with the most touchdowns through three games, at 76 percent.
The Defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams are in eighth at 72 percent.
Closing out the top ten are the Minnesota Vikings (68 percent) and Jacksonville Jaguars (59 percent).
The Dolphins, the Vikings, the Ravens, and the Jaguars did not enter last season’s playoffs.
Jacksonville finished with a 3-14 record, earning the right to select first overall in the 2022 draft.
Meanwhile, the Ravens lost six straight to bow out of contention for the first time during the Lamar Jackson era.