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AFC
1. Houston 10-3 South Champion (8-2 AFC)
2. Baltimore 10-3 North leader (7-2 AFC, Swept Pittsburgh 4-0 common games) Will clinch a playoff spot with a win/tie OR NYJ loss & TEN loss/tie OR NYJ loss & OAK loss/tie OR TEN loss/tie & loss/tie

3. New England 10-3 East leader (7-2 AFC, 3-1 common games) can win division with a win OR tie & NYJ loss/tie OR NYJ loss, can clinch a playoff spot with a tie OR CIN loss/tie & TEN loss/tie & OAK loss/tie
4. Denver 8-5 West leader
5. Pittsburgh 10-3 (swept by Baltimore) can clinch a playoff spot with a win/tie OR NYJ loss OR TEN loss/tie OR OAK loss/tie OR DEN loss
6. NY Jets 8-5

7. Tennessee 7-6 (5-4 AFC)
8. Cincinnati 7-6 (6-5 AFC)
9. Oakland 7-6 (5-5 AFC)
10 San Diego 6-7
12 Kansas City 5-8 (lost to Buffalo) (can still win West with 3 wins and 3 Denver losses, and losses by Oakland and SD)


Eliminated from playoffs
11 Buffalo 5-8 (beat KC)
13 Cleveland 4-9 (beat Miami and Jax)
14 Miami 4-9 (3-6 AFC, lost to Cleveland)
15 Jacksonville 4-9 (3-7 AFC, lost to Cleveland)
16 Indianapolis 0-13

Wildcard Weekend
#6 NY Jets (8-5) @ #3 New England (10-3)
#5 Pittsburgh (10-3) @ #4 Denver (8-5)

Byes
#1 Houston (10-3)
#2 Baltimore (10-3)

NFC
1. Green Bay 13-0 North Champions, clinched 1st round bye, can win #1 seed with a win/toe OR SF loss/tie
2. San Francisco 10-3 West Champions (8-2 NFC)

3. New Orleans 10-3 South leaders, clinched playoff spot (6-3 NFC) can win division with a win & ATL loss/tie OR tie & ATL loss
4. NY Giants 7-6 East leaders (beat Dallas)
5. Atlanta 8-5 (beat Detroit)
6. Detroit 8-5 (lost to Atlanta)

7. Chicago 7-6 (6-3 NFC)
8. Dallas 7-6 (5-4 NFC)
9. Seattle 6-7 (beat Arizona)
10 Arizona 6-7 (lost to Seattle)
11 Philadelphia 5-8

Eliminated from playoffs
12 Carolina 4-9 (beat Washington & TB)
13 Washington 4-9 (4-5 NFC, lost to Carolina)
14 Tampa Bay 4-9 (3-6 NFC, lost to Carolina)
15 Minnesota 2-11 (2-7 NFC)
16 St. Louis 2-11 (1-10 NFC)

Wildcard Weekend
#6 Detroit (8-5) @ #3 New Orleans (10-3)
#5 Atlanta (8-5) @ #4 NY Giants (7-6)

Byes
#1 Green Bay (13-0)
#2 San Francisco (10-3)


Home teams are 118-90 (0.567) vs away teams

The AFC is 27-25 (0.519) vs the NFC

Div strength by out of div record

1. AFC North (22-12) 0.647
2. NFC North (21-13) 0.618
3. AFC East (19-17) 0.528
4t NFC South (18-18) 0.500

4t AFC West (17-17) 0.500
6. NFC West (15-19) 0.441
7. NFC East (15-21) 0.417
8. AFC South (14-24) 0.368

Round 1 of the draft

*** - Projected playoff team, final positions subject to change with playoff exit

1. Indianapolis (0-13)
2. St. Louis (2-11)
3. Minnesota (2-11)
4. Washington (4-9)

5. Jacksonville (4-9)
6. Carolina (4-9)
7. Miami (4-9)
8. Cleveland (4-9)

9. Tampa Bay (4-9)
10 Philadelphia (5-8)
11 Buffalo (5-8)
12 Kansas City (5-8)

13 Arizona (6-7)
14 Seattle (6-7)
15 San Diego (6-7)
16 Dallas (7-6)

17 Tennessee (7-6)
18 Cincinnati (7-6)
19 Chicago (7-6)
20 Cincinnati - from Oakland (7-6)

21 Cleveland - from Atlanta*** (8-5)
22 New York Jets*** (8-5)
23 Detroit*** (8-5)
24 Houston*** (10-3)

25 New York Giants*** (7-6)
26 Denver*** (8-5)
27 Baltimore*** (10-3)
28 San Francisco*** (10-3)

29 New England - from New Orleans*** (10-3)
30 New England*** (10-3)
31 Pittsburgh*** (10-3)
32 Green Bay*** (13-0)

Atlanta -> Cleveland: Julio Jones
New Orleans -> New England: Mark Ingram
Oakland -> Cincinnati: Carson Palmer




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As I said on twitter: If the Colts go 0-16 they deserve more than just the 1st draft pick. Maybe the entire first round, maybe a coloring book to cheer them up.



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    Originally posted by Mike Zeidler
    As I said on twitter: If the Colts go 0-16 they deserve more than just the 1st draft pick. Maybe the entire first round, maybe a coloring book to cheer them up.


If they blank the year, every team they lost to should permit their backup QB to try out for them. And McNabb. And Jamarcus Russell. Along with Luck.



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    Originally posted by CEOIII
      Originally posted by Mike Zeidler
      As I said on twitter: If the Colts go 0-16 they deserve more than just the 1st draft pick. Maybe the entire first round, maybe a coloring book to cheer them up.


    If they blank the year, every team they lost to should permit their backup QB to try out for them. And McNabb. And Jamarcus Russell. Along with Luck.


If nothing else, the writers should vote Peyton Manning MVP to make up for the three or four this Colts season suggests he's owed.



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As unlikely as it seems, the Eagles can still win the NFC East if they win out, and the Giants/Cowboys both lose their next two and then tie in the season finale. (Philly actually wins if they tie at 8-8 with Dallas as well, since the Eagles would have to have beaten Dallas in Week 16 and already beat them earlier this year in the reverse fixture.)

It would be amazing if Seattle or Arizona somehow made it into the playoffs. The Bears are sinking like a rock, it seems likely that only one NFC East teams advances and Atlanta/Detroit are both major question marks. The Seahawks, meanwhile, finish with @Chicago, home vs. San Fran, @Arizona. The Cardinals play Cleveland, @Cincy and then host Seattle. Good god, it would take a LOT of help from collapsing teams, but Arizona vs. Seattle in Week 17 could conceivably be a play-in game for one team.



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    Originally posted by CEOIII
      Originally posted by Mike Zeidler
      As I said on twitter: If the Colts go 0-16 they deserve more than just the 1st draft pick. Maybe the entire first round, maybe a coloring book to cheer them up.


    If they blank the year, every team they lost to should permit their backup QB to try out for them. And McNabb. And Jamarcus Russell. Along with Luck.


I appreciate the sentiment, but I'll pass on Russell, thanks.



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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.51
    Originally posted by ekedolphin
      Originally posted by CEOIII
        Originally posted by Mike Zeidler
        As I said on twitter: If the Colts go 0-16 they deserve more than just the 1st draft pick. Maybe the entire first round, maybe a coloring book to cheer them up.


      If they blank the year, every team they lost to should permit their backup QB to try out for them. And McNabb. And Jamarcus Russell. Along with Luck.


    I appreciate the sentiment, but I'll pass on Russell, thanks.


a) Just trying to help, and b) SI ran an article on Russell earlier this year that basically said "his 'lazy bastard' rep is entirely undeserved, the man has apnea". It's possible Jamarcus is a great QB with the proper meds and such. (Are there meds for apnea?)



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