We’re not even finished with Week 16 in the NFL, and the Los Angeles Rams and Jacksonville Jaguars are already division champions.

Sean McVay’s Rams squad (11-4, after 4-12 last year) clinched the NFC West with a 27-23 road victory over a solid Tennessee Titans team on Sunday. It’s the Rams’ first division title since 2003.

Los Angeles got tremendous production Sunday from two MVP candidates in quarterback Jared Goff and running back Todd Gurley.

Goff threw for 301 yards and four touchdowns (no interceptions) against the Titans. After a brutal rookie season that left many quickly calling him a bust, Goff has been sensational this year with 31 touchdown passes and just seven interceptions (he entered Sunday with a 98.9 passer rating).

And Gurley, well, this dude is just ridiculous and very deserving of the rare running back-for-MVP consideration. On Sunday, he ran for 118 yards on 22 carries, and had 10 receptions for 158 yards and two touchdowns. Check out the insane hurdles and speed he showed off in the win:

And the Titans’ loss also meant that the Jaguars (10-4, after 3-13 last year) have clinched the AFC South. It’s their first division title since 1999, when they played in the AFC Central.

The Jaguars are currently playing the 49ers, and still have an outside shot at a playoff bye, but they have at least clinched the division and a home playoff game.

It’s been a remarkable, stunning season for the Jaguars and Rams, and it will be interesting to see how long they can last into January.

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