Sunday shaping up as strange day

With seven of the top eight seeds already wrapped up, it's going to be a weird Sunday of football.

Updated: January 1, 2005, 12:16 PM ET
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

Peyton Manning made history last week by throwing his 49th touchdown pass of the season, breaking Dan Marino's single-season record of 48 TD. It was one of the highlights of the year.

Sunday will go down in the books for different reasons. First of all, it's the first time 32 teams have played on one day. There are no Monday night or Saturday games. But it's also different because seven teams have already locked up their playoff seeding and have nothing to gain or lose by playing.

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