14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9 - 8)
Tampa Bay finished the season with a 9 - 8 record and NFC South champions. The South division isn't exactly loaded but at least the worst record in the NFL playoffs is a winning record, unlike last season when the Bucs snuck into the playoffs with an 8 - 9 record. Can the Bucs make it out of the first round? They host the Philadelphia Eagles who come in stumbling, losers of five of their last six.
13. Pittsburgh Steelers (10 - 7)
The Steelers needed some help in Week 18 to get in and they got what they needed. It helped them that the Ravens had the division and number one seed locked up, so Lamar Jackson didn't play, as well as other Ravens starters. Pittsburgh travels to High Mark stadium to take on a Bills team that has won five straight and is as hot as any team coming into the playoffs.
12. Green Bay Packers (9 - 8)
The Packers started the season winning just two games of their first seven but over the last ten games, they've been rolling, going 7 - 3 over that stretch. They won their final three games and found a way into the NFL playoffs. Jordan Love is playing the best football of his young career. This is a team that I wouldn't sleep on either. Even though I'm ranking them number 12, I wouldn't be shocked if they pull off an upset in these playoffs.