Division title? Check. A first-round bye? The New England Patriots have that, too.
Next up for Tom Brady and Co. is a chance at the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs.
And, they could clinch it against the rival New York Jets on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
"It's a good football team that's playing well," Bill Belichick said of the Jets. "We'll be going into a hostile environment down there, so it will be a big challenge for us this week to be ready to go."
The Patriots (12-2) won their seventh straight AFC East crown and clinched a bye in the opening round of the playoffs for an NFL-record sixth season in a row. With a win over the Jets (9-5), the Patriots would earn home-field advantage in the AFC playoffs for the second consecutive year.
New England would also put a serious crimp in New York's postseason plans. The Jets are on a four-game winning streak, but would currently lose out to both Kansas City and Pittsburgh, each also 9-5, because of tiebreakers.
"We've probably been in playoff mode in the last four weeks," Jets coach Todd Bowles said.
New York led New England in the fourth quarter the last time the teams played in October, but Brady led the Patriots to a 30-23 victory. The Jets dropped three of their next four, but have turned things around since.
"They went through a little bit of a down period there in the middle of the season, but they've really bounced back from that, won their last four games," Belichick said. "They really do everything well as a team."
New York safety Calvin Pryor also sees a much-improved Jets team from the one that came up short against the Patriots earlier this season.
"We're playing at a very high level, with a purpose," Pryor said. "When we played them last time, we felt like we could play with them, but we didn't feel like we could dominate and win that game. I think this is a different mindset now that we have."