Week 15 of the NFL season is coming to a close, and the playoffs are quickly approaching as three division champions have been crowned.
In Week 15 of the 2014 NFL season, the Buffalo Bills secured the next great upset by defeating the Green Bay Packers, 21-13, with an encore of a dominant performance on defense.
They had held Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning to zero touchdowns and two interceptions before doing the same to fellow MVP candidate Aaron Rodgers.
The Dallas Cowboys took the lead in the NFC East with a win on Sunday night against the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Denver Broncos, New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts each clinched their division titles while the Arizona Cardinals clinched a playoff berth.
Here are five things that can be taken away from Week 15 games as the playoffs are getting even closer.
5. Johnny Manziel is still not ready for the NFL
The former Heisman Trophy winner has been a big name in the NFL since the day he was drafted in the first round by the Cleveland Browns, but he has been nothing more than a media figure and did nothing to dispel this label in his starting debut against the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Browns lost, 30-0, and the rookie quarterback managed just 93 total yards while throwing two interceptions. The decision to start Manziel will inevitably draw criticism toward head coach Mike Pettine, and the decision to draft him in the first round may land general manager Ray Farmer in hot water. Manziel’s career is only getting started, but he is still clearly not ready to be a starting quarterback in the NFL.