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The Rams are no longer atop the NFC playoff race.The Saints won on Thanksgiving night to pull into a tie for the top of the NFC standings with the Rams. The Saints own the head-to-head tiebreaker between the two teams.That means if the Saints can win out Youth Haason Reddick Jersey , they clinch home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. The Rams need someone to knock off the Saints.Here’s how the playoff picture looks after Thanksgiving:LEADERS1. Saints (10-1): They have a tough schedule the rest of the way, so 15-1 won’t be easy.2. Rams (10-1): They have an easy schedule the rest of the way, so they still have a good chance of finishing ahead of the Saints in the standings.3. Bears (8-3): The inside track to the No. 3 seed Haason Reddick Men Jersey , but catching the Rams or Saints for a bye will not be easy. 4. Cowboys (6-5): Now owns first place in the NFC East thanks to the head-to-head tiebreaker over Washington. 5. Panthers (6-4): Still atop the wild card race, but the schedule ahead is tough. 6. Vikings (5-4-1): If they keep winning, they maintain a half-game lead in the wild card race.OUTSIDE LOOKING IN7. Washington (6-5): They won’t make the playoffs if Colt McCoy keeps throwing three interceptions a game.8. Seahawks (5-5): Sunday’s game with the Panthers looms large in the wild card race.9. Packers (4-5-1): Probably have to beat the Vikings on Sunday night to have any hope of reaching the playoffs. 10. Eagles (4-6): The champions will not repeat.11. Falcons (4-7): Their Thanksgiving loss was the final nail in the coffin.12. Lions (4-7): Their Thanksgiving loss was the final nail in the coffin.13. Giants (3-7): Their two-game winning streak is too little Color Rush Haason Reddick Jersey , too late.14. Buccaneers (3-7): Jameis Winston and Ryan Fitzpatrick are making the same turnover mistakes, which doesn’t speak well for the Bucs’ coaching staff.15. Cardinals (2-8): Swept the 49ers for their only two wins of the season.16. 49ers (2-8): The worst team in the NFC. The Arizona Cardinals announced their coaching staff today.One of the most integral parts of the 2019 season for Steve Keim is getting the right people behind Kliff Kingsbury in order to best help and prepare him and the team for success moving forward.Here are the names to know.*Denotes returning coachCoaches and CoordinatorsKliff Kingsbury - Head CoachVance Joseph - Defensive CoordinatorTom Clements - Passing Game Coordinator and Quarterbacks CoachJeff Rodgers* - Special Teams CoordinatorOffensive AssistantsSean Kugler - Offensive Line CoachBrian Natkin - Assistant OL CoachJames Saxon - Running Backs CoachDavid Raih - Wide Receivers CoachPeter Badovinac - Assistant WR CoachSteven Heiden* - Tight Ends CoachCam Turner* - Offensive Assistant and Assistant QB CoachSpencer Whipple - Offensive Quality Control CoachDefensive AssistantsChris Achuff* - Defensive Line CoachBill Davis - Linebackers CoachCharlie Bullen - Assistant LB CoachMarcus Robertson - Defensive Backs CoachGreg Williams - Cornerbacks CoachRob Grosso - Defensive Quality Control CoachRandall McCray* - Assistant Special Teams CoachStrength and ConditioningBuddy Morris* - Strength and ConditioningVernon Stephens* - Assistant Strength and ConditioningWe’ll talk about each member of the staff over the next couple of days, at least those that are new and we have not discussed as of now.