Record: 9-7-1Chance at winning Super Bowl: 0.3%Wild Card opponent: at Kansas City ChiefsOne thing to know: The Steelers are the biggest underdogs of wild card weekend and given their situation, it's not much of a surprise. Pittsburgh averaged 15.7 points per game over their last seven outings, including a 36-10 loss at Kansas City just three weeks ago.Even Ben Roethlisberger seems aware that the deck is stacked against his Steelers. We probably aren't supposed to be here. We're probably not a very good football team, Roethlisberger said of the current perception of his team. Out of 14 teams that are in, I think we're probably at number 14. We're double-digit underdogs in the playoffs. So, let's just go play and have fun and see what happens.Record: 9-8Chance at winning Super Bowl: 0.4%Wild Card opponent: at Tampa Bay BuccaneersOne thing to know: The Eagles boasted the best rushing attack in football through the second half of the season and averaged 164 rushing yards per game over the final five weeks. With rain and strong winds in the forecast for Tampa, Philadelphia will likely need to lean on its run game again to have a shot at the upset.Record: 10-7Chance at winning Super Bowl: 0.4%Wild Card opponent: at Cincinnati BengalsOne thing to know: The Raiders squeaked into the playoffs with the help of an overtime win against the Chargers on Sunday night. Because they won rather than tied, Las Vegas moved their position in the postseason bracket to play the Bengals instead of the Chiefs. Still, the Raiders will be short on rest after playing a night game that featured an extra quarter and missing out on a day of practice due to their Saturday kickoff this week.Record: 10-7Chance at winning Super Bowl: 2%Wild Card opponent: at Dallas CowboysOne thing to know: San Francisco was quietly one of the hottest teams in the NFL down the stretch, winning seven of their final nine games to secure a spot in the postseason. Thanks to an innovative offense scheme, Deebo Samuel has quickly proven to be the most versatile weapon in football, with nine touchdowns over his last eight games played, seven of which came on the ground. He'll need another big game to keep pace with the Cowboys this weekend.Record: 11-6Chance at winning Super Bowl: 0.8%Wild Card opponent: at Los Angeles RamsOne thing to know: The Cardinals have cooled off quite a bit from their hot start to the year, losing four of their final five games heading into the playoffs. Their postseason fate will largely come down to the play of quarterback Kyler Murray, who will still be without superstar DeAndre Hopkins due to injury. The Cardinals split their two-game series with the Rams in the regular season, winning their first matchup by 17 and then losing the rematch by a touchdown. Which Cardinals team will show up on Monday night?Record: 10-7Chance at winning Super Bowl: 2%Wild Card opponent: at Buffalo BillsOne thing to know: Mac Jones' mid-season stretch had many thinking the Patriots were set for another run, at one time becoming favorites to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. Things have changed a bit since then. Jones threw five interceptions over the past four weeks, with the Patriots going 1-3 over that span. During New England's seven-game win streak that preceded that, Jones recorded just two picks.With a blustery day once again expected in Buffalo, turnovers could decide the game. That said, when the Patriots beat the Bills on the road earlier in the season, they needed only three pass attempts from Jones to do it.Record: 10-7Chance at winning Super Bowl: 3%Wild Card opponent: vs. Las Vegas RaidersOne thing to know: Joe Burrow and the Bengals offense are appointment television. Rookie receiver Ja'Marr Chase just finished one of the greatest debut seasons at his position. If Burrow and Chase are firing on all cylinders, they are one of the most dangerous duos in all of football.Record: 12-5Chance at winning Super Bowl: 4%Wild Card opponent: vs. Arizona CardinalsOne thing to know: Matthew Stafford has gone without an interception six times this year, and the Rams are 6-0 in those games. When he throws one interception, the Rams are 4-2. When he throws two or more picks, the Rams are 2-3.If Stafford can avoid the turnover bug through the postseason, the Rams could very well lift the Lombardi Trophy, but one missed throw could change their fortunes entirely.Record: 12-5Chance at winning Super Bowl: 7%Wild Card opponent: vs. San Francisco 49ersOne thing to know: The Cowboys are one of the more intriguing teams in the NFC playoff picture. When their offense is humming, few can keep pace. But when things hit a snag, they can go downhill fast. The return of de facto Defensive Rookie of the Year Micah Parsons and Pro Bowl corner Trevon Diggs should set the defense up a potential run at the Super Bowl.Record: 12-5Chance at winning Super Bowl: 12%Wild Card opponent: ByeOne thing to know: It's difficult to remember a top seed in a conference getting brushed over as much as this year's Titans. Despite being the only team in the AFC with a playoff bye, and needing just two wins to reach the Super Bowl, it feels like the NFL world at large still sees them as an also-ran compared to the potential of the Chiefs, Bills, or Bengals. But with the potential return of game-breaking running back Derrick Henry looming, the Titans could be a team that proves far more dangerous than many expect.Record: 11-6Chance at winning Super Bowl: 8%Wild Card opponent: vs. New England PatriotsOne thing to know: When Josh Allen is playing his best, few can compete with him. The question is whether or not he can rattle off four straight games of brilliance. Given the responsibility he has as the leading figure in both the Bills' passing and rushing attacks, Buffalo's postseason fate will largely come down to what he does with the ball in his hands.Record: 13-4Chance at winning Super Bowl: 13%Wild Card opponent: vs. Philadelphia EaglesOne thing to know: The reigning Super Bowl champions face a tougher test heading into this year's postseason. After spending 2021 as the healthiest team in football, the Buccaneers are facing shortages in the receiving corps thanks to the late absences of Chris Godwin and Antonio Brown. Still, Tom Brady has been known to make lemonade out of potential lemons at wide receiver, and with Rob Gronkowski as his safety net, there's no reason to doubt the Tampa offense will put points on the board.Record: 12-5Chance at winning Super Bowl: 21%Wild Card opponent: vs. Pittsburgh SteelersOne thing to know: After a mid-season slump that raised questions as to whether their defense was such an anchor to drag the entire team down, the Chiefs found their stride and rattled off nine wins in their final 10 games to close the season. Patrick Mahomes is still the most dangerous man in football with the ball in his hands. While the AFC playoff picture is still a rather crowded mess, the Chiefs are undeniably the favorites to win the conference and earn their third straight Super Bowl berth.Record: 13-4Chance at winning Super Bowl: 27%Wild Card opponent: ByeOne thing to know: Aaron Rodgers is a man on a mission. On the verge of his second straight MVP award, Rodgers and the Packers offense have looked unstoppable over the final few weeks of the season, and thanks to their status as the top seed in the NFC, the road to the Super Bowl goes through the blistering cold of Lambeau. After falling short in the NFC title game last year, it's Lombardi or bust for Green Bay.