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Jets with a concussion.Engram was hurt with 5:21
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    0-3 Texans — in the AFC.Pittsburgh appears to be more in a race for the top
    overall AFC seed than any challenge in the North. Chicago has a choke hold on
    the NFC North.And did anyone think New England would be challenged in the AFC
    East? Combine the three other rosters in that sector and the resulting team
    might not challenge Tom Brady and the Patriots.That leaves one division in
    serious doubt, and with some serious turmoil: the NFC East.You’ll never hear a
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    football, whether that’s taking care of it or taking it away defensively. So,
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    that is destroying the season for Philadelphia and Atlanta and Cincinnati —
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    Sure, the Chargers (7-3) could sneak through in the West, and the Colts or
    Titans in the South. Does anyone really believe that will happen?Home field is a
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    January.Oddly, the Chiefs rarely win in KC in the postseason. They have lost
    their last six and haven’t been victorious at Arrowhead in the playoffs since
    1993, when Joe Montana was their quarterback.The Steelers aren’t particularly
    dominant at Heinz Field in the playoffs, either, but Houston is 3-1 at home in
    January.The Chargers have a nice cushion for a wild card and do have a Thursday
    nighter at KC remaining. No other team has a winning record in the
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    about the Bears (8-3). They are as opportunistic as anyone, and their defense is
    the best of any contender. They do get the Rams (10-1) on Dec. 9, but at Soldier
    Field, and still have matchups with the Packers and Vikings — neither of whom is
    balanced enough to put together a closing streak.With that defense, Chicago
    usually should be capable of winning anywhere, except that’s not how NFL 2018 is
    built. Playing at the offensive machines from New Orleans (10-1) or Los Angeles
    would prove hugely difficult.The Saints own a victory over the Rams, which could
    be decisive in the race for top seed and, eventually, a spot in the Super Bowl.
    Still, New Orleans has trips to Dallas and Carolina, home games with the
    Steelers and Panthers, perhaps the most-testing schedule remaining.The Rams,
    meanwhile, face only one opponent currently with a winning mark (Chicago) the
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    has those two games left against New Orleans.Green Bay has an easier remaining
    schedule than Minnesota, and Seattle, like Carolina, has a tough road.Look for
    the Rams and Saints to earn byes, with Carolina getting a wild card in the NFC.
    The other? Ask us around Christmas. EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — New York Giants
    starting tight end Evan Engram was forced to leave Friday’s preseason game
    against the Jets with a concussion.Engram was hurt with 5:21 left in the second
    quarter when he was sandwiched by linebackers Darron Lee and Avery Williamson
    after catching a 6-yard pass at the Jets 24. The ball came loose at the end of
    the play and was ruled a fumble, but the call was overturned after a video
    review.After the Giants’ 22-16 win, coach Pat Shurmur had no further update on
    Engram’s condition.The Giants also had tight end Rhett Ellison leave in the
    second quarter with an eye injury. After the game, he said he was poked in the
    eye in the first half and his vision progressively got blurry. He felt better
    after the game.Engram had a team-high 64 catches for 722 yards and seven
    touchdowns as a rookie in 2017.Shurmur did not believe the Giants (1-2) had any
    other significant injuries in the game.Jets cornerback Rashad Robinson left the
    game in the fourth quarter with a hip injury. The team also held out wide
    receiver Jermaine Kearse because of an abdomen injury.