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By The Associated Press | Posted - Jan. 3, 2016 at 11:41 a.m.



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UNDATED (AP) — It's the final Sunday of play in the NFL's regular season and there are several playoff spots still up for grabs. Among the openings are the AFC South, where Houston or the Colts will wind up the champion, and the AFC West, where the Broncos are 11-4 and the Chiefs 10-5. Each team is headed to the postseason no matter who wins the championship.

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Tonight's NFL game is a big one as the winner of the Minnesota at Green Bay game will be crowned the NFC North champion. Either way, each team is headed to the playoffs as they enter the contest with wins in 10 of 15 games.

UNDATED (AP) — Which team will have the first pick in the NFL draft this year? It comes to down to either Cleveland or Tennessee as each team started the day with a record of 3-12. The Browns are hosting the Steelers while the Titans are in Indianapolis.

UNDATED (AP) — The first Sunday of the new year has four top-25 basketball games being played. The lone day game has eighth-ranked Arizona playing at Arizona State. The visiting team is 10-3 on the season with wins in seven of its last eight games.

DALLAS (AP) — The lone day game in the NHL features the team with the most points this season playing on the road. Dallas enters today's game against the Islanders with 60 points, one more than idle Washington.

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