The race for the playoffs remains predictably crowded at the dawn of the fourth quarter of this NFL season, bringing with it a complicated bundle of scenarios for the division crowns and wild-card spots available for the taking.The Cowboys-Giants rematch on Sunday night will likely get the biggest ratings, but Dallas has a three-game lead in the NFC East and New York leads the wild-card pack.So the game on Sunday with the biggest impact on the playoff picture might be, believe it or not, Houston-Indianapolis, considering their three-way tie with Tennessee among 6-6 teams in the underwhelming AFC South.The Texans beat the Colts earlier this season. The Titans will have their hands full on Sunday with Denver. The defending Super Bowl champion Broncos are in third place in the AFC West, trying to stay ahead in the wild-card race.Heres a closer look at the candidates:AFC EASTNEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (10-2)Remaining schedule: vs. Baltimore on Monday, at Denver on Dec. 18, vs. New York Jets on Dec. 24, at Miami on Jan. 1.Division record: 3-1. Conference record: 7-1.Can clinch division with win and loss by Miami. Can clinch first-round bye with win, loss by Miami and loss by Pittsburgh. Oaklands loss to Kansas City on Thursday gave Patriots control of No. 1 seed.MIAMI DOLPHINS (7-5)Remaining schedule: vs. Arizona on Sunday, at New York Jets on Dec. 17, at Buffalo on Dec. 24, vs. New England on Jan. 1.Division record: 2-1. Conference record: 5-4.With division all but decided, Dolphins are first team below the cut in wild-card race facing one-game deficit behind Denver.With brutal finish to schedule for Broncos, they have chance to move up. Earlier win over Pittsburgh could come in handy, in case of head-to-head tiebreaker with Steelers. Rooting for Baltimore to win AFC North, because of loss last week to Ravens.BUFFALO BILLS (6-6)Remaining schedule: vs. Pittsburgh on Sunday, vs. Cleveland on Dec. 18, vs. Miami on Dec. 24, at New York Jets on Jan. 1.Division record: 1-3. Conference record: 3-5.Favorable final stretch of games gives Bills longshot hope in wild-card chase, but losing mark against AFC competition will make tiebreakers tough. One more defeat, and the streak of postseason absences probably reaches 17 in a row.Thanks for playing: NEW YORK JETS (3-9).---AFC NORTHBALTIMORE RAVENS (7-5)Remaining schedule: at New England on Monday, vs. Philadelphia on Dec. 18, at Pittsburgh on Dec. 25, at Cincinnati on Jan. 1.Division record: 4-0. Conference record: 7-2.With Christmas Day grudge game against Steelers looming in two weekends, Ravens will be challenged to avoid falling behind until then. Win that one, though, and theyll own the tiebreaker thanks to earlier victory against rival Pittsburgh. Wild card also in play for loser of division race, and strong conference record will help.PITTSBURGH STEELERS (7-5)Remaining schedule: at Buffalo on Sunday, at Cincinnati on Dec. 18, vs. Baltimore on Dec. 25, vs. Cleveland on Jan. 1.Division record: 2-1. Conference record: 5-3.With potential tiebreakers not currently in favor and first wild-card spot under control of AFC West runner-up, division race is best route. Home game against Ravens in two weeks gives them good chance. If they split season series, tiebreaker scenario could go all the way from division record, common games record, conference record to strength of victory at No. 5. Thats where Steelers could regain division crown, with current .447 mark to .315 for Ravens, though remaining game against Browns would make that comparison much closer.Thanks for playing: CINCINNATI BENGALS (4-7-1), CLEVELAND BROWNS (0-12).---AFC SOUTHHOUSTON TEXANS (6-6)Remaining schedule: at Indianapolis on Sunday, vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 18, vs. Cincinnati on Dec. 24, at Tennessee on Jan. 1.Division record: 3-0. Conference record: 4-4.Could lose at Colts and still own tiebreaker, with superior division record. Most favorable remaining schedule of three AFC South competitors. Would need to pass three teams to get wild card, so this is all but certain to be a one-bid division.INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (6-6)Remaining schedule: vs. Houston on Sunday, at Minnesota on Dec. 18, at Oakland on Dec. 24, vs. Jacksonville on Jan. 1.Division record: 2-2. Conference record: 4-5.Cant afford to lose on Sunday with consecutive daunting road games looming after. Four wins in past six games after collapse at Houston on Oct. 16 could be too little too late, but momentum can be an amazing thing.TENNESSEE TITANS (6-6)Remaining schedule: vs. Denver on Sunday, at Kansas City on Dec. 18, at Jacksonville on Dec. 24, vs. Houston on Jan. 1.Division record: 1-3. Conference record: 3-5.Unlikely to win two or three-way tiebreakers with Texans and/or Colts, so will almost certainly need to knock off either Broncos or Chiefs. Gulp. Do that, though, and home game against Jaguars could be soft setup for division title game in Week 17 vs. Texans if Colts fall behind.Thanks for playing: JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (2-10).---AFC WESTKANSAS CITY CHIEFS (10-3)Remaining schedule: vs. Tennessee on Dec. 18, vs. Denver on Dec. 25, at San Diego on Jan. 1.Division record: 4-0. Conference record: 7-2.Took control of division race with win over Raiders on Thursday to sweep season series. Could probably lose out and still get wild card, but Chiefs are chasing first-round bye and unlikely to let up. Week 14 rooting interest: Ravens to beat Patriots, Titans to beat Broncos, Cardinals to beat Dolphins, Bills to beat Steelers.OAKLAND RAIDERS (10-3)Remaining schedule: at San Diego on Dec. 18, vs. Indianapolis on Dec. 24, at Denver on Jan. 1.Division record: 2-2. Conference record: 7-2.Loss to Chiefs eliminated chance of clinching this weekend first playoff spot in 14 years. One more win, plus either one more loss by Miami or Denver, will do it. Would have to finish one game ahead of Chiefs to win AFC East, but path to wild card could be clearer by Monday night.DENVER BRONCOS (8-4)Remaining schedule: at Tennessee on Sunday, vs. New England on Dec. 18, at Kansas City on Dec. 25, vs. Oakland on Jan. 1.Division record: 1-3. Conference record: 5-3.Good news for Broncos is theyve got one-game edge over two teams chasing them for second wild-card spot. Bad news is their third-place status in division and daunting remaining schedule. Week 14 rooting interest: Patriots to beat Ravens, Bills to beat Steelers, Cardinals to beat Dolphins.Thanks for playing: SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (5-7).---NFC EASTDALLAS COWBOYS (11-1)Remaining schedule: at New York Giants on Sunday, vs. Tampa Bay on Dec. 18, vs. Detroit on Dec. 26, at Philadelphia on Jan. 1.Division record: 3-1. Conference record: 7-1.Only team to have already clinched a postseason spot, Cowboys can win division by beating Giants. They can also secure first-round bye with win and loss by either Detroit or Seattle. If Cowboys win and both Lions and Seahawks lose, theyre the No. 1 seed with guaranteed home games until the Super Bowl thats a mere four-hour drive away in Houston.NEW YORK GIANTS (8-4)Remaining schedule: vs. Dallas on Sunday, vs. Detroit on Dec. 18, at Philadelphia on Dec. 22, at Washington on Jan. 1.Division record: 2-1. Conference record: 5-3.Winning out would give them tiebreaker over Cowboys, but still require two other losses by NFLs top team to win NFC East. Fortunately, wild-card race is in their control. Would lose head-to-head tiebreaker with both Minnesota and Green Bay, but carry two-game cushion over those competitors.WASHINGTON REDSKINS (6-5-1)Remaining schedule: at Philadelphia on Sunday, vs. Carolina on Dec. 19, at Chicago on Dec. 24, vs. New York Giants on Jan. 1.Division record: 2-2. Conference record: 4-4.Dreaded tie with Cincinnati on Oct. 30 could be what dooms postseason bid, but remaining slate appears promising. Unless a wild scenario emerges with Cardinals surging forward and Vikings and Packers fading, tiebreaker rules wont need to be deciphered for Washington. Currently first team to miss cut in wild-card race.Thanks for playing: PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (5-7).---NFC NORTHDETROIT LIONS (8-4):Remaining schedule: vs. Chicago on Sunday, at New York Giants on Dec. 18, at Dallas on Dec. 26, vs. Green Bay on Jan. 1.Division record: 2-2. Conference record: 6-2.Can clinch division with three more wins, or fewer with corresponding losses by Minnesota and Green Bay. Winning at least twice more would put them in prime position for wild card at least. Strong finish and slip by Seattle would deliver No. 2 seed and first-round bye.MINNESOTA VIKINGS (6-6)Remaining schedule: at Jacksonville on Sunday, vs. Indianapolis on Dec. 18, at Green Bay on Dec. 24, vs. Chicago on Jan. 1.Division record: 1-3. Conference record: 4-6.To win division, must finish one game ahead of Detroit given two losses last month to Lions. Could also lose tiebreaker to Green Bay, depending on upcoming results. To get wild card, must pass two teams and stay ahead of Packers. Likely need to win out and even in that case could still need some help.GREEN BAY PACKERS (6-6)Remaining schedule: vs. Seattle on Sunday, at Chicago on Dec. 18, vs. Minnesota on Dec. 24, at Detroit on Jan. 1.Division record: 2-1. Conference record: 4-4.To win division, need to make up one game in deficit behind Detroit over next three weeks, beat Lions in finale and at least stay even with Minnesota if not pass Vikings, depending on upcoming results. Likely need to win out and even in that case could still need some help.Thanks for playing: CHICAGO BEARS (3-9).---NFC SOUTHATLANTA FALCONS (7-5)Remaining schedule: at Los Angeles on Sunday, vs. San Francisco on Dec. 18, at Carolina on Dec. 24, vs. New Orleans on Jan. 1.Division record: 3-1. Conference record: 5-3.Sudden surge by Buccaneers has put Falcons and playoff push on notice. Final four opponents all have losing records, giving them slight edge in division race, but momentum in December is more important than schedule.TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (7-5)Remaining schedule: vs. New Orleans on Sunday, at Dallas on Dec. 18, at New Orleans on Dec. 24, vs. Carolina on Jan. 1.Division record: 2-1. Conference record: 5-3.One of leagues most surprising teams, particularly considering 3-5 record after losing at home to Atlanta on Nov. 3, Bucs currently control second wild-card spot even if Falcons were to win NFC South tiebreaker. Need to stay ahead of Washington, Minnesota and Green Bay.Thanks for playing: NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (5-7), CAROLINA PANTHERS (4-8).---NFC WESTSEATTLE SEAHAWKS (8-3-1)Remaining schedule: at Green Bay on Sunday, vs. Los Angeles on Dec. 15, vs. Arizona on Dec. 24, at San Francisco on Jan. 1.Division record: 1-1-1. Conference record: 4-3-1.Can clinch division with win and Arizona loss. Controls No. 2 seed, but must fend off Detroit in chase for first-round bye. Might be team in entire NFL race thats least likely to go up or down in standings over final month.ARIZONA CARDINALS (5-6-1)Remaining schedule: at Miami on Sunday, vs. New Orleans on Dec. 18, at Seattle on Dec. 24, at Los Angeles on Jan. 1.Division record: 2-1-1. Conference record: 4-4-1.Winning out will likely be only way in. Victory at Seattle on Christmas Eve and two other losses by top rival is possible, but improbable given Seahawks experience and moxie. Chaotic competition for wild-card spots leaves door open a bit for last seasons NFC runner-up.Thanks for playing: LOS ANGELES RAMS (4-8), SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (1-11).---For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP-NFL Air Vapormax 97 Sale . Only three players drafted by NHL clubs were included on the Czech selection camp roster on Wednesday. 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Birmingham, Ala. - The Southeastern Conference on Tuesday announced its 2016 SEC Football Legends class, a collection of former football standouts who will be honored at events surrounding the SEC Football Championship Game in Atlanta in December.The 2016 Football Legends Class includes 14 former stars who excelled on the gridiron and helped write the rich history of the sport at their respective institutions. This years class includes a Heisman Trophy winner, All-Americans, All-SEC selections and Academic All-Americans as well as NCAA and SEC record holders. The group represents teams that won National and SEC Championships and are represented in state, school and college football halls of fame.The class will be honored at the 2016 SEC Football Weekend of Champions Dec. 2-3 in Atlanta, Ga. The annual SEC Legends Dinner presented by AT&T will be held Dec. 2 at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta and the group will also be recognized prior to the SEC Football Championship Game, which will be held at the Georgia Dome on Sat., Dec. 3.Below is a listing and biographies of the 2016 SEC Football Legends:2016 SEC FOOTBALL LEGEND BIOGRAPHIESALABAMA - Chris Samuels, Offensive Tackle, 1996-99 Alabama offensive tackle Chris Samuels was the Crimson Tides first Outland Trophy winner. A first-team All-American at left tackle as a senior for the Tide in 1999, he was also recipient of the Jacobs Trophy, symbolic of the SECs best offensive blocker. Samuels started 42 consecutive games during his Alabama career and was a first-team All-SEC selection in both 1998 and 1999. A crushing blocker and superb pass protector, he did not allow a quarterback sack or quarterback pressure during his entire senior season. Samuels was the third player selected in the 2000 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins. He spent his entire professional career with the Redskins, playing 10 years while being chosen to the Pro Bowl six times. He was named one of the 80 Greatest Redskins of all time.ARKANSAS - Shawn Andrews, Offensive Tackle, 2001-03 Arkansas offensive tackle Shawn Andrews was a finalist for the Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award in his junior season with the Razorbacks. A two-time All-American, he was also named the SECs 2003 Offensive Player of the Year by College Football News and won the Jacobs Trophy, awarded annually to the best blocker in the Southeastern Conference, in both 2002 and 2003. In 2002, he helped Arkansas lead the SEC and rank fifth in the nation in rushing (241.9 yards per game). In 2002, he became the first sophomore in Arkansas history to earn first-team All-America honors. Andrews was a first-round selection (16th overall pick) in the 2004 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles and played 10 years in the NFL. He helped lead the Eagles to the NFC title in 2004 and was named to the Pro Bowl three times.AUBURN - Jason Campbell, Quarterback, 2000-04 Auburn quarterback Jason Campbell was the SEC 2004 Offensive Most Valuable Player and first-team All-SEC while leading the Tigers to a perfect 13-0 record and an SEC Championship. His senior season in 2004, Campbell threw for 2,700 yards and 20 touchdowns and was named the 2004 SEC Championship game MVP after throwing for 374 yards and three touchdowns. A four-year starter, Campbell led Auburn to a 31-9 mark in his 40 career starts, the most wins ever by a starting quarterback in school history. He led the Tigers to three consecutive bowl wins and was the Music City Bowl and Sugar Bowl MVPs in consecutive years. Campbell holds the school record for career passing efficiency and is second in passing yards, total offense, completion percentage and passing touchdowns. A first round pick of the Washington Redskins in the 2005 NFL Draft, Campbell played 10 years in the NFL from 2005-14.FLORIDA - Steve Spurrier, Quarterback 1963-1966; Head Coach 1990-2001 Florida quarterback Steve Spurrier was the Gators starter for three seasons and a two-time consensus All-American, winning the Heisman Trophy in his senior season of 1966. During his record-setting career he passed for more than 4,800 yards and 37 touchdowns. Following a 14-year NFL career, he returned to Florida in 1990 to become the Gators head coach. For 12 seasons he led Florida to unprecedented success with his Fun n Gun offense, recording Floridas first six SEC championships and first consensus national championship in 1996. Meanwhile his squads and players set numerous school and SEC records. In 1996, Spurrier became the first Heisman Trophy winner to coach a Heisman winner when UF quarterback Danny Wuerffel won the award. Spurrier later was head coach at South Carolina from 2005-2015. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a player in 1986.GEORGIA - Jon Stinchcomb, Offensive Line, 1999-2002 Georgia offensive lineman Jon Stinchcomb made early headlines for the Bulldogs as a Freshman All-American, then went on to a stellar career capped by first team All-American honors his senior year of 2002. It was his senior season when he helped lead Georgia win its first SEC championship in 20 years, the same year he was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America Team for the second year in a row. He also was one of 11 Division I players nationally to be named to the AFCA National Good Works Team for outstanding contributions to community service. A 2002 recipient of the National Football Foundation Post Graduate Scholarship, Stinchcomb was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in the second round of the 2003 NFL Draft, was recipient of the Saints Man of the Year Award for 2008, and was a starting offensive lineman on the Saints 2010 Super Bowl Championship team.KENTUCKY - James Whalen, Tight End, 1997-1999 Kentucky tight end James Whalen had a storybook rags-to-riches collegiate career. After first joining the Wildcats as a walk-on, he eventually became a mainstay in the Kentucky lineup and soon was recognized as one of the best in the country at his position. He earned first-team All-America honors from the Walter Camp Football Foundation, Associated Press, CNN/SI and CBS SportsLIne in 1999. A sure-handed receiver who also earned consensus All-SEC honors, Whalen caught 90 passes his senior campaign, totaling 1,019 yards and 10 touchdowns as he led the nations tight ends in all three categories. He also set an NCAA record for most catches by a tight end in a season. Selected by the Tampa Bay Bucs in the 2000 NFL draft, Whalen played four years with the Dallas Cowboys.LSU -?Robert Dugas, Offensive Tackle, 1976-78 LSU offensive tackle Robert Dugas is one of the most decorated student-athletes in LSU history, earning first team All-America honors for his play on the football field as well as his performance in the classroom. The 1978 winner of the Jacobs Award given to the top blocker in the SEC, Dugas was a 1978 National Scholar-Athlete and was also a first-team Academic All-America selection in 1977. On the field, Dugas earned All-America honors from the Football News as he anchored an LSU offensive line known as the Root Hogs.dddddddddddd He helped pave the way for LSU running back Charles Alexander who set numerous school rushing records. Dugas was a two-time All-SEC pick in 1977 and 1978 and he earned Academic All-SEC in 1977 and 1978. Dugas is presently serving as Chief of Staff, Director of Sports Medicine, for the University of Nebraska.OLE MISS - Kris Mangum, Tight End, 1994-96 Ole Miss tight end Kris Mangum earned first-team All-America honors in 1996 when he served as team captain for the Rebels. A two-time All-SEC selection, Mangum caught 74 passes for 729 yards and four touchdowns during his three seasons with the Rebels, averaging 9.9 yards per reception. He was named the 1996 SEC Most Outstanding Lineman by the Birmingham Monday Morning Quarterback Club, and he finished his collegiate career ranked second among Ole Miss tight ends in passes caught and third in receiving yards. Mangum enjoyed a 10-year career in the NFL with the Carolina Panthers, retiring after the 2006 season as the fifth-leading receiver in franchise history with 151 catches for 1,424 yards and nine TDs and third in team history in games played with 126. He was inducted into the Ole Miss Athletics Hall of Fame in 2008.MISSISSIPPI STATE - Randy Thomas, Offensive Guard, 1997-98 Mississippi State offensive guard Randy Thomas was a two-year starter for the Bulldog from 1997-98. Thomas was a valuable leader of MSUs 1998 SEC Western Division championship team that reached the SEC Championship Game in Atlanta. Although he didnt start playing football until the tenth grade, he started all 24 games of his career at Mississippi State while earning second-team All-America honors by the Sporting News and second-team All-SEC accolades by the Associated Press as a senior. Thomas was selected in the second round of the 1999 NFL Draft by the New York Jets, becoming the highest drafted MSU offensive lineman since 1976 at the time. Thomas played 11 NFL seasons, starting 143 games from 1999-2009 that included stints with the Jets and Washington Redskins.MISSOURI - Justin Smith, Defensive End, 1998-2000 Missouri defensive end Justin Smith was one of the top pass rushing defensive ends in Tiger history. Smith was a first-team All-American as a junior in 2000 before bypassing his final year of eligibility for the NFL. In his final season as a Tiger, he recorded 97 total tackles and 11 quarterback sacks, both Mizzou season records at the time. In just three years, he established the MU career sacks record with 22.5. Smith went on to become the highest-ever draft pick by a Mizzou Tiger when he was selected with the No. 4 overall pick of the 2000 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals. He turned in a stellar 14-year NFL career, becoming one of the leagues most feared defenders in seven seasons with the Bengals and the San Francisco 49ers. He was selected for five consecutive Pro Bowls (2009-2013), and was named to the AP All-Pro Team in both 2011 and 2012. Sports Illustrated named him the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2011 and he helped lead the 49ers to Super Bowl XLVII.SOUTH CAROLINA - Travelle Wharton, Offensive Tackle, 2000-2003 South Carolina offensive tackle Travelle Wharton started 45 of the 47 games the Gamecocks played from 2000-2003. A South Carolina native and high school standout, he was a relentless blocker and highly-decorated player during his college career, beginning with his first season at Carolina as he earned Freshmen All-America honors from The Sporting News in 2000. As a senior in 2003, Wharton played left tackle as he anchored an offensive line that allowed only 10 quarterback sacks the entire season. He was named a team captain his senior year and earned he All-SEC recognition before he was chosen to play in the Senior Bowl. Wharton was selected by Carolina in the third round of the 2004 NFL Draft, and he logged a successful 10-year NFL career with the Panthers and Cincinnati Bengals, starting 111 of the 115 games in which he played.TENNESSEE - Deon Grant, Defensive Back, 1997-1999 Tennessee defensive back Deon Grant had eyes for the football during his years on Rocky Top, totaling 14 interceptions and 141 tackles in a standout career for the Volunteers. The All-American defensive back had multiple interceptions in three different games during his junior season of 1999, finishing with nine picks and 167 return yards on the season to tie for the lead in the NCAA. Grant helped lead the Vols to the inaugural BCS National Championship in 1998. He remains the last Vol to intercept three passes in a game as he accomplished the feat on Oct. 2, 1999 vs. Auburn. Grant was selected in the second round draft of the 2000 NFL draft by the Carolina Panthers and played 12 seasons in the NFL for Carolina, Jacksonville, Seattle and the New York Giants. He earned a Super Bowl ring with the Giants in their win over New England in Super Bowl XLVI.TEXAS A&M - Ray Mickens, Defensive Back, 1992-95 Texas A&M defensive back Ray Mickens was an All-American for the Aggies in 1995. A four-year letterman in football, Mickens was a three-time All-SWC selection (1993-94-95). Born in Frankfurt, Germany, he played high school football in El Paso, Texas, where he attracted the attention of the Aggies. During his career at Texas A&M, the Aggies compiled a record of 41-6-1 and was 25-2-1 in the SWC. Mickens started 36 games at cornerback and with his help the Aggie defense ranked No. 3 in the country in total defense his senior season and in 1993 the Aggie pass defense led the country in pass efficiency defense. He was a third-round draft pick of the New York Jets in 1996 and played through the 2003 season for the Jets before suffering a torn ACL and missing the 2004 season. He finished his NFL career playing for the Cleveland Browns (2005) and New England Patriots (2006).VANDERBILT - Chris Williams, Offensive Tackle, 2005-2007 Vanderbilt offensive tackle Chris Williams arrived on the Vanderbilt campus as an undersized and under-recruited offensive line candidate. He left as one of the greatest lineman in Commodore team history. After adding more than nearly 60 pounds of bulk during his first two years on campus, Williams quickly established himself in 2005, becoming a starter at left guard as a sophomore. Williams later developed into one of the nations premier left tackles, earning first team All-Southeastern Conference honors as a senior in 2007. After graduating, Williams was selected as the No. 14 overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears, becoming the first Commodore offensive lineman in more than two decades to be taken in the first round of the draft. Williams went on to enjoy a seven-year NFL career until injuries forced him out of the game in 2014. ' ' '