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The Seattle Seahawks rode the league's best scoring defense to a 13-3 record and the top seed in the NFC. Close behind: the second-seeded Carolina Panthers. Are these the top two defenses among the NFL's 12 playoff teams? Click on the images to set your rankings!

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The Denver Broncos set the single-season record for points scored (606). Surely they have the best offense among the league's 12 playoff teams ... right? If they do, where do the other squads rank? Click on the images below to set your list!

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The Seahawks and Broncos went 13-3 and earned No. 1 seeds in their respective conferences. But which one is the best of the 12-team 2013-14 NFL playoff field? Or do you believe one of the others -- perhaps the upstart Panthers, or the experienced Patriots -- should earn the top spot? Click on the images below to set your rankings!

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NFL playoff teams

49ers

49ers

12-4, 2nd in NFC West

Bengals

Bengals

11-5, 1st in AFC North

Broncos

Broncos

13-3, 1st in AFC West

Chargers

Chargers

9-7, 3rd in AFC West

Chiefs

Chiefs

11-5, 2nd in AFC West

Colts

Colts

11-5, 1st in AFC South

Eagles

Eagles

10-6, 1st in NFC East

Packers

Packers

8-7-1, 1st in NFC North

Panthers

Panthers

12-4, 1st in NFC South

Patriots

Patriots

12-4, 1st in AFC East

Saints

Saints

11-5, 2nd in NFC South

Seahawks

Seahawks

13-3, 1st in NFC West

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Broncos take control of AFC West

Fourteen days ago, the Kansas City Chiefs were 9-0 and leading the AFC West by a game. Now, the explosive Denver Broncos are 10-2 and have their own one-game lead -- complete with tiebreaker -- after Sunday's 35-28 win at Arrowhead Stadium. Peyton Manning (5 TD passes) and Eric Decker (4 TD receptions) led the way for Denver, which just might cruise to the division title. Will it? And what to make of K.C.?

  • Which best reflects your view of the Broncos' standing in the AFC West?

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  • How worried should Broncos fans be about their team's recent play (OT loss at New England, close win at KC)?

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  • How worried should Chiefs fans be about their recent defensive struggled?

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  • If you were a Chiefs fan, how would you feel right now?

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  • How many touchdown passes will Peyton Manning (41) throw this season?

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  • Who is the Broncos' best wide receiver?

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  • How far will the Broncos go this season?

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  • How far will the Chiefs go this season?

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NFL: Broncos at Chiefs

The Broncos ended the Chiefs' dreams of a perfect season two weeks ago, but Kansas City will get a chance at revenge this weekend. Both teams are coming off devastating losses -- the Broncos blew a 24-point lead against the Patriots, while the Chiefs' vaunted defense let the Chargers drop 41 points on them. This could be a statement game for both as the regular season enters the home stretch.

Which team will win Sunday's game in Kansas City?

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  • Which unit has been more dominant?

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  • Who will the Chiefs miss most if both are unable to play against the Broncos?

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  • What do you make of the Chiefs' 41-38 home loss vs. the Chargers?

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  • Which is the best team in the AFC?

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  • Will Peyton Manning (36 passing TDs, five games remaining) break Tom Brady's single-season record of 50 TDs?

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  • Which team has the best home-field advantage in the NFL?

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