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Since: 2.1.02
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I think I have it right. If you don't count teams twice for common games when one team has 2 games and the other has 1 game against the common team, then Jax/Hou swap places due to AFC record

AFC
1. Baltimore (6-2) North leaders, Beat Pitt & NY Jets
2. NY Jets (6-2) East leaders, beat NE

3. Kansas City (5-3) West leaders, 4-3 AFC
4. Tennessee (5-3) South leaders, 1-0 div, 2-3 AFC
5. Pittsburgh (6-2) 4-1 AFC
6. New England (6-2) 5-2 AFC

7. Indianapolis (5-3)
8. Oakland (5-4)
9. Jacksonville (4-4) 1-1 div, beat Hou 2-2 in common games (IND, DAL - KC, SD), 3-3 AFC
10. Houston (4-4) 1-1 div, lost to Jax 2-3 in common games (IND, KC - DAL, IND, SD) 3-2 AFC
11. Miami (4-4) 2-4 AFC

12. San Diego (4-5)
13. Cleveland (3-5)
14. Cincinnati (2-6) 1-4 AFC
15. Denver (2-6) 1-5 AFC
16. Buffalo (0-8) *3 straight losses will eliminate them from the playoffs

Byes:
#1 Baltimore (6-2), #2 NY Jets (6-2)

1st round:
#6 New England (6-2) @ #3 Kansas City (5-3)
#5 Pittsburgh (6-2) @ #4 Tennessee (5-3)


NFC:
1. NY Giants (6-2) East leaders, 5-0 NFC
2. Atlanta (6-2) South leaders, 4-1 NFC

3. Green Bay (6-3) North leaders
4. St. Louis (4-4) West leaders, beat Seattle
5. New Orleans (6-3)
6. Chicago (5-3) 4-3 NFC

7. Philadelphia (5-3) 3-2 NFC, 1 common game, beat TB 19-21 SoV
8. Tampa Bay (5-3) 3-2 NFC, 1 common game, lost to Philly 13-27 SoV
9. Washington (4-4) 4-2 NFC
10. Seattle (4-4) 3-2 NFC
11. Minnesota (3-5) beat Arizona

12. Arizona (3-5) lost to Minnesota
13. Detroit (2-6) 2-5 NFC
14. San Francisco (2-6) 0-5 NFC
15. Carolina (1-7) 1-6 NFC
16. Dallas (1-7) 0-5 NFC

Byes:
#1 NY Giants (6-2), #2 Atlanta (6-2)

1st round:
#6 Chicago (5-3) @ #3 Green Bay (6-3)
#5 New Orleans (6-3) @ #4 St. Louis (4-4)

The AFC is (21-17) 0.553 vs the NFC

Home teams are (75-55) 0.577 so far

Div strength by out of div record
1. AFC South (14-10) 0.583 *only div with all teams 0.500 or better overall record
2. NFC South (12-9) 0.571
3. AFC North (11-9) 0.550
4t NFC East (13-13) 0.500

4t AFC East (10-10) 0.500
6. NFC North (11-12) 0.478
7. AFC West (12-14) 0.462
8. NFC West (9-15) 0.375 *only div with all teams 0.500 or worse overall record



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I know people are looking over their shoulders for the Vikings to sneak in, just because Favre's the kind of guy that'll play to the bitter end. But I very much doubt that the Vikes will jump the Saints, Eagles, and Bucs to get into the playoff picture. Vikings have to be done, right?

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I like Atlanta's chances in this scenario, but boy, talk about a comically bad NFC playoff bracket.

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I hate how writers are suddenly christening the Giants as an incredible team ... I seem to remember the Titans spanking that ass a few weeks ago ...
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Yet the Titans somehow managed to lose to the lowly Broncos.
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Since: 25.4.03
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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.32
    Originally posted by Broncolanche
    Yet the Titans somehow managed to lose to the lowly Broncos.


yes, that's one that may come back to bite them ... My fear is the Titans won't make the playoffs due to having a poor conference records.
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2010-11 feels like THE MOST unpredictable year in recent NFL history.

Cases in point: Cleveland and Miami. WTF!?

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Anyone else getting a bug where threads from The 7 show up under The W? For some reason the Rams are showing up as the four seed in the NFC in this thread; someone need to let Guru know to get this fixed.



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