After clobbering a would-be AFC contender on Sunday, the Arizona Cardinals are still undefeated. We're atop the NFC at 6-0 but have four 5-1 teams nipping at our heels: the Bucs, Packers, Cowboys, and our division rival Rams. We've still got a lot of work to do to hold these teams off if we want that single coveted bye week.But how likely is it? Let's take a look at the remaining schedule and do a little guesswork as to what our final record might be. I've sorted our final 11 games in to three tiers below.Tier 1: Take Care of BusinessWeek 7 – Home vs. Houston TexansWeek 15 – Away vs Bryson Young Jersey. Detroit LionsCombined Record: 1-11Combined Point Differential: -143There are no gimmies in the NFL, but these are two absolute doormat franchises. They do play hard for their first-year head coaches, there's no question about that, but the talent disparity is just too extreme for these teams to give the Cardinals trouble. The Lions, who probably should have beaten both the Ravens and Vikings, give me a little more pause, but the Cardinals will be fired up for a Matt Prater revenge game.The Cardinals just have to take care of business in these games, which they should do easily.Predicted Record: 2-0Tier 2: Can't Take LightlyWeek 9 – Away vs. San Francisco 49ersWeek 10 – Home vs. Carolina PanthersWeek 11 – Away vs. Seattle SeahawksWeek 13 – Away vs. Chicago BearsWeek 16 – Home vs. Indianapolis ColtsWeek 18 – Home vs. Seattle SeahawksCombined Record: 12-17Combined Point Differential: -7If you want to quibble with the placement of a couple of these matchups, I wouldn't argue too much. I almost put the Bears and Geno Smith Seahawks in the tier above, and if Russell Wilson is back and the Seahawks have something to play for in Week 18, you could be that game in the tier below. Either way, all of these are teams that Cardinals cannot take lightly in their quest for the #1 seed.Divisional road games are always tough, even if the Niners are still starting rookie Trey Lance, so the Cardinals will have to be on their toes in Santa Clara. The Panthers have cooled off after a hot start, but there's a lot of talent on that roster and they've had our number in recent years. We've got two games left against the Seahawks, who are always a tough out with or without Wilson. The Bears don't seem like a great or even good team, but no one wants to travel to Chicago in December. The Colts are just 2-4 but have aI think the worst-case scenario would be going 3-3 in the Tier 2 games and 1-2 in the Tier 3 games, which would put us at 12-5 and probably out of the running for the #1 seed. Unless something fluky happens, I just don't see a 2020-esque collapse for this team Colt McCoy Jersey. This bunch is the real deal.Agree or disagree? What do you predict this team's final record and playoff seed will be? Give us your educated guesses in the comments.