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Zeruel
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Since: 2.1.02
From: The Silver Spring in the Land of Mary.

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NFC
1. z-Atlanta (11-2) South Champions
2. San Francisco (9-3-1) West leader

3. Green Bay (9-4) North leader
4. NY Giants (8-5) East leader
5. Seattle (8-5) beat Chicago
6. Chicago (8-5)

7. Washington (7-6) Beat Dallas, Minnesota
8. Dallas (7-6) (5-5 NFC, 1-3 common games) lost to Washington, beat Minnesota on common games
9. Minnesota (7-6) (5-5 NFC, 1-4 common games) lost to Washington, lost to Dallas on common games
10 St. Louis (6-6-1)
11 D-Tampa Bay (6-7)

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

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

Wildcard
#6 Chicago (8-5) @ #3 Green Bay (9-4)
#5 Seattle (8-5) @ #4 NY Giants (8-5)

1st round bye
#1 Atlanta (11-2)
#2 San Francisco (9-3-1)

* Minnesota will be eliminated from the NFC North title with a loss AND Green Bay win

* St. Louis will be eliminated from the NFC West title with loss OR San Francisco win

* Atlanta will earn a 1st round bye with a win OR Green Bay loss

* Tampa Bay will be eliminated from the playoffs with a loss AND a (Seattle win AND Chicago win)

* New Orleans will be eliminated from the playoffs with a loss OR a ( Seattle win AND Chicago win)

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

AFC
1. x-Houston (11-2) South leader
2. z-New England (10-3) East Champions (9-1 AFC) Beat Denver and Baltimore on AFC record

3. z-Denver (10-3) West Champions, (7-2 AFC), lost to NE AFC record
4. Baltimore (9-4) North leader
5. Indy (9-4)
6. Pittsburgh (7-6) beat Cincinnati

7. Cincinnati (7-6) lost to Pittsburgh
8. D-NY Jets (6-7)
9. D-Cleveland (5-8) (5-5 AFC) Beat San Diego, beat Buffalo AFC record
10 D-San Diego (5-8) (5-5 AFC) Lost to Cleveland, Beat Buffalo on AFC record
11 D-Buffalo (5-8) (4-6 AFC) lost to Cleveland and San Diego on AFC record, beat Miami

12 D-Miami (5-8) lost to Buffalo
13 D-Tennessee (4-9)
14 *-Oakland (3-10)
15 *-Jacksonville (2-11) (2-6 AFC) Beat Kansas City on AFC record
16 *-Kansas City (2-11) (0-9 AFC) lost to Jacksonville on AFC record

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

Wildcard
#6 Pittsburgh (7-6) @ #3 Denver (10-3)
#5 Indy (9-4) @ #4 Baltimore (9-4)

1st Round Bye
#1 Houston (11-2)
#2 New England (10-3)

* Tennessee will be eliminated from the playoffs with a loss OR Pittsburgh win OR Cincinnati win

* Clevland, San Diego, Buffalo, or Miami will be eliminated from the playoffs if any of those teams lose AND (Pittsburgh OR Cincinati win)

* Indy will clinch a playoff spot with a win AND (Pittsburgh loss or Cincinnati Loss)

* Houston will win the AFC East with a win over Indy

* Baltimore will win the AFC North with a win AND a Pittsbugh loss AND Cincinnati loss

Division strength by out of division record
1t NFC North (19-15) 0.559
1t AFC North (19-15) 0.559
1t NFC West (19-15) 0.559

4t AFC South (17-17) 0.500
4t NFC South (17-17) 0.500
4t AFC East (17-17) 0.500
4t NFC East (17-17) 0.500

8. AFC West (11-23) 0.324

The NFC is (31-23) 0.574 vs the AFC

The Home team is (119-88-1) 0.575 vs the Away team

(edited by Zeruel on 11.12.12 0401)


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Since: 12.2.02
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According to the ESPN playoff machine, technically Cleveland can still be alive in the hunt even if one of the two of Cincinnati or Pittsburgh wins this week. If Pitt AND Cincy win, it's over.

Just clinging to the thought of a glass of water in the desert. :D




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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.59
    Originally posted by Zeruel
    * Minnesota will be eliminated from the NFC North title with a loss AND Green Bay win
I think they get eliminated if Green Bay wins, period, because Green Bay will be at least two games up with a guaranteed better division record than Minnesota.



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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.39
    Originally posted by hansen9j
      Originally posted by Zeruel
      * Minnesota will be eliminated from the NFC North title with a loss AND Green Bay win
    I think they get eliminated if Green Bay wins, period, because Green Bay will be at least two games up with a guaranteed better division record than Minnesota.


You are right. It's finals week, I missed that one. MN needs a GB loss.

Green Bay (9-4, 4-0 div)
---------
Chicago, TN, Minnesota


Minnesota (7-6, 3-2 div)
---------
St. Louis, HOUSTON, GB


The only way MN can beat GB in tiebreakers is either GB loses out or GB only wins against TN and either way, MN has to win all 3. If GB loses out, and MN, MN will have 1 more win.

If GB only beats TN, MN will have a better record and:
GB will be (10-6, 4-2), MN will be (10-6, 4-2).
Common games comes before NFC record, so MN would beat GB with a 9-3 CG record vs GB's 8-4

Common Games with common results:
Arizona W
Detroit W/W
Houston W
Jacksonville W
St. Louis W
Tennessee W

Chicago W/L

Seattle L
Indy L

Only different common game was SF. Minnesota beat them, GB didn't.


Of course, Chicago COULD beat out both of them...

(edited by Zeruel on 13.12.12 1157)


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Since: 12.2.02
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Go Dallas Go! Go Dallas Go!




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