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Some of the most storied NFL franchises will not be fighting for a playoff berth in Week 17.

According to NFL media research group, NFL Research, this year marks the first time the Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins, Green Bay Packers, New York Giants, and San Francisco 49ers will have missed the postseason since 1964.

Those five teams have won a combined 21 Super Bowls.

Bing’s NFL predictions use team and player statistics and web activity to build a statistical model that takes into account historical data and real-time information (like injuries, suspensions, and lineup changes).

The Lions won the first meeting between the two at Lambeau Field, 30-17, on Nov. The Packers (7-8) could never recover from losing Aaron Rodgers, who was out with a broken collarbone.

They stuck with backup Brett Hundley, which looks more and more like a bad decision.

New England won the first matchup against the Jets, 24-17, on Oct. Harrison is the Steelers’ all-time sack leader with 80.5 sacks.

The Jets (5-10) have lost three straight, including Sunday’s 14-7 loss to the Chargers.

Injuries have been devastating to this bunch, as the team has lost five straight. They’re coming off a 16-0 defeat of the Packers at Lambeau Field, where the temperatures were bone chilling with a windchill of 0 degrees. The Vikings have the best scoring defense in the NFL, yielding just 16.1 points per game, and they hold opponents to only 280.9 yards a game, also tops in the league.

If the Vikings warm up by Sunday, they should complete their sweep of the Bears with no problem. America's Most Expensive Steakhouses" data-reactid="33"ALSO READ: America's Most Expensive Steakhouses With a 20-3 win over the Browns on Sunday, the Bears (5-10) avoided losing to the only winless team in the NFL.

They can clinch a first-round bye with a win, a Saints loss, and a Los Angeles Rams loss.

The Falcons will earn a wild-card berth with a win.

Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts > Bing Predicts winner: Indianapolis (51%) > Kickoff time: PM EDT (Sunday) > Game spread: Pick’em > Matchup history: Colts lead 24-7-0" data-reactid="24" Matchup history: Colts lead 24-7-0Tough to pick a favorite between these two teams -- neither has won a game in December. The Texans (4-11) were no match for the Steelers, who thrashed them 34-6 on Monday night. Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings > Bing Predicts winner: Minnesota (77%) > Kickoff time: PM EDT (Sunday) > Game spread: Minnesota -13 > Matchup history: Vikings lead 59-52-2" data-reactid="31" Matchup history: Vikings lead 59-52-2The favored Vikings (12-3) have sewn up the NFC North title.

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