Week 16 in the NFL was all about the playoff picture, so multiple teams were watching scoreboards Sunday. After Saturday’s results, 10 teams entered Sunday and Monday with chances to clinch something, be it home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, a first-round bye, a division title or a postseason berth.
Sunday’s early games were highlighted by a contest that will go a long way in deciding the NFC South. The Saints’ win over the Falcons means New Orleans is a win away from the division title. The Panthers, who beat Buccaneers on Sunday, are lurking in case the Saints slip in Week 17.
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After selecting Myles Garrett No. 1 overall this spring, Cleveland will become the first team to pick at the top of the draft in consecutive years since, yes, the Browns in 1999 and 2000. Cleveland took Tim Couch and Courtney Brown with those back-to-back No. 1 picks.
Garrett was one of the few signs of life in another disheartening performance Sunday. The rookie made a potentially game-changing interception on the opening drive of the second half, picking off Mitchell Trubisky and returning it to the Bears’ 5-yard line with Cleveland trailing only 6-3. But Carl Nassib was flagged for lining up offsides, negating the big play, and Jordan Howard scored four plays later. The Browns never sniffed the lead again.
“That part’s inexcusable,” Browns coach Hue Jackson said of the Nassib penalty. “… It’s just not where we need to be.”
With another loss in the books, the stakes for Jackson’s team in Week 17 are straightforward. A loss at the playoff-bound Steelers on New Year’s Eve will give the Browns the second 0-16 season in NFL history, joining the 2008 Lions.