Several teams have all but wrapped up division titles with four weeks left in the 2018 NFL season. The Los Angeles Rams (11-1) clinched the NFC West with a Week 13 victory. The New Orleans Saints (10-2), New England Patriots (9-3) and Houston Texans (9-3) all have at least a three-game lead in first place.

Four divisions leaders have less than a two-game lead. The Chicago Bears (8-4) have a 1.5-game lead in the NFC North. The Dallas Cowboys (7-5) and Kansas City Chiefs (10-2) are a game ahead of the second-place teams in their respective divisions. The Pittsburgh Steelers (7-4-1) have the smallest lead of any first-place team with a half-game edge in the AFC North.

It’s hard to believe Kansas City isn’t close to clinching the AFC West. They have the conference’s best record, but the Los Angeles Chargers (9-3) have proven to be a legitimate Super Bowl contender. The Chiefs can put away the division when they host the Chargers in Week 15. If Kansas City and L.A. finish tied, the Chiefs will likely have the better division record and finish in first.

If the Minnesota Vikings (6-5-1) get a win on the road against the Seattle Seahawks (7-5) in Week 14, they’ll have a real chance to cut Chicago’s NFC North lead down to a half-game. The Bears will host the Rams Sunday night. Chicago is a three-point home underdog, according to OddsShark.

The contest between Minnesota and Seattle could ultimately decide which team earns a wild-card berth.

The second-place finisher in the AFC North has a strong chance to reach the playoffs with a wild-card spot. Pittsburgh is a half-game ahead of the Baltimore Ravens (7-5), who have a one-game lead as the conference’s No.6 seed.

Dallas looked like the third-best team in the NFC East a month ago. In Week 14, it looks like the Cowboys could quickly pull away from the Philadelphia Eagles (6-6) and Washington Redskins (6-6), who are tied for second place.

Nineteen NFL teams are currently in the postseason or within no worse than one game of the playoff picture.