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The Indianapolis Colts, Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers completed the play-off line-up with victories on the final day of the regular season.
The Colts secured top spot in the AFC South with a narrow home win over the Tennessee Titans and will entertain the New York Jets in the first round of the post-season - a repeat of last year's AFC title game.
The Seahawks prevailed at home to the St Louis Rams to claim NFC West honours - albeit with a 7-9 record - and will host the New Orleans Saints next weekend.
And the Packers came from behind to get the result they needed over the Chicago Bears for a wildcard berth - they now head out on the road to take on the Philadelphia Eagles.
But the result at Lambeau Field ended the hopes of the New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers - despite both finishing their regular-season campaigns with a win.
The Green Bays Packers (10-6) clinched their place in the post-season with a hard-fought win over the Chicago Bears (11-5) at Lambeau Field.
The Packers came into the match knowing victory would be enough to earn them a wildcard in the NFC.
But Chicago kicker Robbie Gould's 30-yard field goal was the only scoring action of the first half.
Gould's opposite number Mason Crosby levelled matters with a 23-yard effort in the third quarter.
And Green Bay sealed the win - and a trip to NFC East champions Philadelphia next week - when Aaron Rodgers hit Donald Lee on a one-yard pass for the game's only touchdown with just over 12 minutes remaining.
The Jacksonville Jaguars' (8-8) once promising season ended with a whimper as they went down 34-17 at the Houston Texans (6-10).
The Jaguars needed a victory - coupled with a defeat for the Colts - to win the AFC South.
But that never looked on the cards as Houston running back Arian Foster trampled them for 180 yards and two touchdowns - a performance that ensured he won the NFL rushing title.
Jacksonville's stand-in quarterback Trent Edwards, starting in place of the injured David Garrard, struggled to generate much offence - and it proved academic anyway as the Colts saw off the Titans.
The Indianapolis Colts (10-6) are going to the play-offs for a record-equalling ninth straight season after Adam Vinatieri's field goal as time expired gave them a 23-20 win over the Tennessee Titans (6-10).
Indianapolis quarterback Peyton Manning threw for 264 yards and two touchdowns as his team did just enough to earn their seventh AFC South title in eight years.
The Colts' defence also played their part, limiting Tennessee running back Chris Johnson to 39 yards on 20 carries.
And, although Manning's opposite number Kerry Collins also came up with two touchdown passes to keep the game close, it was Vinatieri's boot that had the final say - his 43-yard effort sailing between the uprights much to the relief of the Lucas Oil Stadium faithful.
Jason Garrett completed his audition to become the Dallas Cowboys' (6-10) permanent head coach by overseeing a 14-13 success at the Philadelphia Eagles (10-6).
The Eagles had already won the NFC East title and took the chance to rest the majority of their starters, including quarterback Michael Vick.
Vick's replacement Kevin Kolb had a day to forget, throwing three interceptions to scupper his side's chances.
Even then it took a late four-yard touchdown pass from Stephen McGee to tight end Jason Witten to close the deal for the Cowboys (6-10).
Garrett, who took charge after the mid-season sacking of Wade Phillips, must now wait and see if he has done enough for owner Jerry Jones to offer him the job.
The New York Giants (10-6) edged out the Washington Redskins (6-10) at FedEx Field but still missed out on the play-offs.
An early Lawrence Tynes field goal and touchdowns from Brandon Jacobs, punched in from two yards, and Mario Manningham, on a 92-yard catch and run, were just enough to hold off the Redskins, for whom Rex Grossman tossed touchdowns to Fred Davis and Anthony Armstrong.
But Green Bay's win over Chicago meant the Giants missed out on a wildcard.
Ryan Mathews ran in three touchdowns to help the San Diego Chargers (9-7) to a 33-28 triumph at the Denver Broncos (4-12).
Mathews finished with 120 yards on 26 carries as the Chargers sealed second place in the AFC West.
The Broncos, who fired head coach Josh McDaniels earlier in the season, were given a glimpse of the future from quarterback Tim Tebow.
Tebow, a first-round pick in last year's draft, threw two touchdowns and added another on the ground - although his day was somewhat marred by two interceptions.
The San Francisco 49ers (6-10) ended a difficult season on a high note with a 38-7 hammering of the Arizona Cardinals (5-11).
Alex Smith, in possibly his last game as a 49er, threw for 276 yards and two touchdowns, while veteran running back Brian Westbrook added two more scores on the ground.
Defeat leaves Arizona - who went to the Super Bowl just two years ago - bringing up the rear in the NFC West, while San Francisco are one place higher.
The Seattle Seahawks (7-9) won the NFC West title with a 16-6 victory at home to the St Louis Rams (7-9) - despite finishing with a losing record.
Charlie Whitehurst's first-quarter touchdown pass to Mike Williams and three field goals from Olindo Mare proved enough in the title showdown at QWest Field.
The Seahawks, at 7-9, become the first team below .500 to win a division and will now host defending Super Bowl champions New Orleans in the next week's wild card round of the play-offs.
"I guess we won for all the teams that have a losing record and think they can't be champions," said Seattle coach Pete Carroll, whose team pipped St Louis thanks to their superior record in the division.
"It can get done, you can do it. Somehow it happened."
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