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NFC
1. z-Atlanta (11-1) South Champions
2. San Francisco (8-3-1) West leader

3. Green Bay (8-4) North leader, beat Chicago
4. NY Giants (7-5) East leader
5. Chicago (8-4) Lost to Green Bay
6. Seattle (7-5)

7. Washington (6-6) Beat Dallas, Minnesota, Tampa Bay
8. Dallas (6-6) (5-5 NFC) lost to Washington, beat Minnesota and Tampa Bay on NFC record
9. D-Tampa Bay (6-6) (3-5 NFC) beat Minnesota, lost to Washington, lost to Dallas on NFC record
10 Minnesota (6-6) lost Tampa Bay, Washington, lost to Dallas on NFC record
11 St. Louis (5-6-1)

12 D-New Orleans (5-7)
13 D-Detroit (4-8) (3-5 NFC) Beat Arizona on Conf Record
14 D-Arizona (4-8) (2-6 NFC) lost to Detroit on Conf Record
15 D-Carolina (3-9) Beat Philadelphia
16 W-Philadelphia (3-9)

x - clinched playoff spot
z - clinched division title
D - eliminated from Divisional title
W - eliminated from Wild Card spot
* - eliminated from playoffs

Wildcard
#6 Seattle (7-5) @ #3 Green Bay (8-4)
#5 Chicago (8-4) @ #4 NY Giants (7-5)

1st round bye
#1 Atlanta (11-1)
#2 San Francisco (8-3-1)

* Philadelphia will be eliminated from the playoffs with a loss OR a NY Giants win

* Carolina will be eliminated from the playoffs with a loss OR a Seattle win

* Arizona will be eliminated from the playoffs with a loss to Seattle

* Detroit will be eliminated from the playoffs with a lost AND Seattle win (Detroit beat Seattle)

*******************************

AFC
1. x-Houston (11-1) South leader
2. z-New England (9-3) East Champions (8-1 AFC) Beat Denver and Baltimore on AFC record

3. Baltimore (9-3) North leader, (8-2 AFC), lost to NE on AFC record, beat Denver on AFC record
4. z-Denver (9-3) West Champions, (6-2 AFC), lost to NE and Baltimore on AFC record
5. Indy (8-4)
6. Pittsburgh (7-5) beat Cincinnati

7. Cincinnati (7-5) lost to Pittsburgh
8. D-NY Jets (5-7) Beat Buffalo and Miami
9. D-Buffalo (5-7) lost to NY Jets, beat Miami
10 D-Miami (5-7) lost to Buffalo and NY Jets
11 D-Cleveland (4-8) (4-5 AFC)Beat San Diego, beat Tennessee AFC record

12 D-San Diego (4-8) (4-5 AFC) Lost to Cleveland, Beat Tennessee on AFC record
13 D-Tennessee (4-8) (3-6 AFC) Lost to San Diego, lost to Cleveland and San Diego on AFC record
14 D-Oakland (3-9)
15 *-Jacksonville (2-10) (2-6 AFC) Beat Kansas City on AFC record
16 *-Kansas City (2-10)

x - clinched playoff spot
z - clinched division title
D - eliminated from Divisional title
* - eliminated from playoffs

Wildcard
#6 Pittsburgh (7-5) @ #3 Baltimore (9-3)
#5 Indy (8-4) @ #4 Denver (9-3)

1st Round Bye
#1 Houston (11-1)
#2 New England (9-3)

* An Oakland loss OR Pittsburgh win OR Cincinnati win will eliminate Oakland from the playoffs

* If either Cleveland OR San Diego OR Tennessee lose AND either Pittsburgh OR Cincinnati win, that losing team is eliminated from the playoffs

* Houston will win the AFC South with a win AND Indy loss. (Houston and Indy have yet to play this year)


Division strength by out of division record
1. AFC North (18-12) 0.600
2. NFC North (19-15) 0.559
3t NFC South (17-15) 0.531
3t AFC South (17-15) 0.531

3t NFC West (17-15) 0.531
6. AFC East (15-15) 0.500
7. NFC East (13-17) 0.433
8. AFC West (10-22) 0.313

The NFC is (27-23) 0.540 vs the AFC

The Home team is (109-82-1) 0.570 vs the Away team


(edited by Zeruel on 4.12.12 0030)


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Oh man!!! It's really working out that way???

Seattle @ Green Bay. Awesome how that works out in the NFL..



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Wildcard
#6 Pittsburgh (7-5) @ #3 Baltimore (9-3)
#5 Indy (8-4) @ #4 Denver (9-3)

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While I think it might make plays more exciting and (as you said) games shorter, a block in the back is so dangerous because the person being blocked doesn't see it coming. Even if it's above the waist, legs and ankles can be easily broken.
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