Heading into week 16, one NFC West team has already clinched the division title, while two others are still fighting to make it into the playoffs via the wildcard. The Cardinals and Seahawks both hold records of 7-7 and will be hoping that San Diego can travel to Detroit and beat the Lions.
This weekend, we have one divisional matchup. The 49ers will head north to take on the Seahawks in the CLink, which could affect the Cardinals' chances of getting into the postseason. Let's take a look at some of the news from around the division.
I don't understand why he wore them when he knew he was going to get fined, but man are those some flashy shoes.
A breakdown of the 49ers and Seahawks final injury reports for Saturday's game.
A close look at QB Alex Smith in 2011 and the 49ers' upcoming offseason decisions. Is it a virtual certainty that they bring Smith back?
If Alex Smith were playing quarterback in 1995, he could be a Pro Bowl eligible passer.
Some news about the power outages that hit Candlestick Park last Monday night.
With Aldon Smith looking like a bona fide beast as a pass rusher, could San Francisco's overall pass rush improve?
An excellent breakdown of rookie linebacker K.J. Wright. He has really made the pain of Aaron Curry being a bust much more bearable.
The Seattle Seahawks have a very unorthodox secondary, but it could end up being one of the best in the league.
The Seattle Seahawks and other NFL teams in the market for college quarterbacks will have to wait another year before taking a shot at Matt Barkley.
The Seattle Seahawks' defense has really found its stride as the year has gone on, much like the Cardinals'.
Looking at the outstanding play of the Seahawks receiving corps, especially its depth.
Should Rams fans be rooting against their team for the rest of the season? If they lose out, there's a possibility that Andrew Luck could fall into their laps.
St. Louis Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo is likely gone after the season. His performance compared to the rest of the NFC West has much to do with that.
Just one slip of the tongue, and Rams offensive lineman Harvey Dahl has become a YouTube sensation.
Sam Bradford is highly doubtful to play against the Steelers this week, leaving QB Kellen Clemens to run the offense.