Baltimore: Quarterback Ryan Mallett threw for a career-high 274 yards with one touchdown in his Ravens debut last week. Receiver Kamar Aiken had eight catches.
Buffalo: The Bills have won four in a row against the Jets, their longest streak since winning six in a row from 1995 to '97. Buffalo hasn't made the playoffs since 1999.
Cincinnati: AJ McCarron is expected to make his third start for the injured Andy Dalton (thumb). McCarron has thrown two touchdowns with no interceptions.
Cleveland: Quarterback Johnny Manziel will miss the finale because of a concussion. Cleveland has had 14 players diag- nosed with concussions since training camp.
Denver: The Broncos are the first team to have three comeback victories from deficits of 14 or more points against current playoff teams in the same season.
Houston: Texans can clinch first AFC South title since 2012 with a win over Jacksonville, Colts' loss to Tennessee or even a loss with a variety of other positive results.
Indianapolis: The Colts will be forced to start either Josh Freeman, Ryan Lindley or rookie Stephen Morris with injuries claiming their top three quarterbacks.
Jacksonville: Allen Robinson needs eight yards receiving to become the second player in franchise history to have a 1,300-yard receiving season.
Kansas City: Rookie Marcus Peters' eight interceptions are tied for the most in the NFL. That also ties a Chiefs rookie record (Bobby Hunt, 1962).
Miami: Center Mike Pouncey is expected to miss his second consec- utive game with a foot injury in the Dolphins' finale against the Patriots.
New England: Receiver Julian Edelman (foot) and defensive end Chandler Jones (abdomen, toe) are expected to miss the Patriots' game against the Dolphins.
N.Y. Jets: Former Bills coach Chan Gailey and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick will play in Buffalo for the first time since they were both let go after the 2012 season.
Oakland: A win would give the Raiders an 8-8 record, their third .500 season since 2002, when Oakland reached the Super Bowl after going 11-5 in the regular season.
Pittsburgh: Running back DeAngelo Williams needs 101 yards rushing to reach 1,000 yards. Williams last broke the mark in 2009 with the Carolina Panthers.
San Diego: Philip Rivers needs 239 yards passing to break the team's single-season record held by Hall of Famer Dan Fouts, who threw for 4,802 yards in 1981.