The 2019 NFL Playoff picture has taken shape with about six or seven games left in the season for teams. Right now, several teams have seemingly separated themselves as top contenders. Even so, there are a number of dangerous teams qualified as of this moment, and others who could gain entry.

Here is a look at the AFC and NFC playoff pictures for the NFL as of Week 11.

Chiefs continue to rule AFC

Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs are the top of the top when it comes to AFC teams. Their sole loss of the season is to the AFC's defending champion New England Patriots, though.

A number of fans might love to see a rematch, which could happen in the AFC Playoffs.

Holding the No. 2 seed at the moment are the Pittsburgh Steelers, who have really turned it up lately. They started the season off a bit sluggish but have since turned the corner, even with the Le'Veon Bell drama surrounding the team.

James Conner has filled in great on the Steelers roster, and the team put up an impressive rout on fellow playoff contender Carolina this past Thursday. The Steelers are among the top six teams when it comes to NFL power rankings, showing how much they've improved.

Here are the teams in the AFC Playoff picture right now.

  • No. 1 Kansas City Chiefs (9-1)
  • No. 2 Pittsburgh Steelers (6-2-1)
  • No. 3 New England Patriots (7-3)
  • No. 4 Houston Texans (6-3)
  • No. 5 LA Chargers (7-2)
  • No. 6 Cincinnati Bengals (5-4)

In the NFL playoffs hunt: Titans (5-4), Dolphins (5-5), Ravens (4-5)

Rams have a slim hold on NFC

Over in the NFC playoff picture, things are very interesting at the top as the No.

1 seed Los Angeles Rams have one loss and it's to the No. 2 seed. That No. 2 seed, New Orleans, also has just one loss and has played one less game than LA, so they have time to take over still.

What makes the NFC picture especially interesting is the number of teams with three losses that are fighting within the No. 3 to No.

6 spots. Right now, the Chicago Bears have impressively won yet again, taking the No. 3 seed for the NFC. However, they've got fellow playoff contenders Minnesota and Green Bay still on the schedule.

There are also a number of 4-5 teams that are in the hunt right now. They include the reigning Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles, and the team that defeated them on Sunday night, the Dallas Cowboys.

Here are the NFC Playoff teams as of Week 11:

  • No. 1 LA Rams (9-1)
  • No. 2 New Orleans Saints (8-1)
  • No. 3 Chicago Bears (6-3)
  • No. 4 Washington Redskins (6-3)
  • No. 5 Carolina Panthers (6-3)
  • No. 6 Minnesota Vikings (5-3-1)

In the NFL playoffs hunt: Packers (4-4-1), Falcons (4-5), Seahawks (4-5), Cowboys (4-5), Eagles (4-5)

Monday Night Football will feature a non-factor game in the playoffs as the San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants will battle. In the past, these two teams were fighting for playoff spots or positioning, but now both appear to be headed for high NFL draft picks again.

With that said, six or seven games will give those teams in the hunt plenty of time to work their way into the 2019 NFL Playoffs!