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The W - Football - 2012-2013 NFL Playoff standing after week 17
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Zeruel
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NFC
1. z-Atlanta (13-3) South Champions
2. z-San Francisco (11-4-1) West leader

3. z-Green Bay (11-5) North Champions
4. z-Washington (10-6) NFC leader
5. x-Seattle (11-5)
6. x-Minnesota (10-6) (7-5 NFC, 4-2 div) beat Chicago on div record

7. *-Chicago (10-6) (7-5 NFC, 3-3 div) lost to Minnesota on div record
8. *-NY Giants (9-7)
9. *-Dallas (8-8)
10 *-St. Louis (7-8-1)
11 *-Carolina (7-9) (5-7 NFC, 3-3 div, 5-5 common games) beat New Orleans, beat Tampa Bay on common games

12 *-New Orleans (7-9) (5-7 NFC, 3-3 div, 5-5 common games) lost to Carolina, beat Tampa Bay
12 *-Tampa Bay (7-9) (4-8 NFC, 3-3 div, 4-6 common games) lost to New Orleans, lost to Carolina on common games
14 *-Arizona (5-11)
15 *-Detroit (4-12) Beat Philadelphia
16 *-Philadelphia (4-12) lost to Detroit

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

Wildcard
#6 Minnesota (10-6) @ #3 Green Bay (11-5)
#5 Seattle (11-5) @ #4 Washington (10-6)

1st round bye
#1 Atlanta (13-3)
#2 San Francisco (11-4-1)

(If the playoffs expanded)
Bye or #8 NY Giants (9-7) @ #1 Atlanta (13-3)
#5 Seattle (11-5) @ #4 Washington (10-6)

#6 Minnesota (10-6) @ #3 Green Bay (11-5)
#7 Chicago (10-6) @ #2 San Francisco (11-4-1)


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AFC
1. z-Denver (13-3) West Champions
2. z-New England (12-4) East Champions, Beat Houston

3. z-Houston (12-4) South Champions, lost to New England
4. z-Baltimore (10-6) North champions
5. x-Indy (11-5)
6. x-Cincinnati (10-6)

7. *-Pittsburgh (8-8)
8. *-San Diego (7-9) (7-5 AFC) beat Miami on AFC record
9. *-Miami (7-9) (5-7 AFC) lost to San Diego on AFC record
10 *-Tennessee (6-10) (5-7 AFC) beat NY Jets
11 *-NY Jets (6-10) (4-8 AFC) lost to Tennessee. beat Buffalo on common games (5-7)

12 *-Buffalo (6-10) (5-7 AFC) lost to Tennessee , lost to NY Jets on common games (3-9)
13 *-Cleveland (5-11)
14 *-Oakland (4-12)
15 *-Jacksonville (2-14) (2-10 AFC) Beat Kansas City on AFC record
16 *-Kansas City (2-14) (0-12 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 Cincinnati(10-6) @ #3 Houston (12-4)
#5 Indy (11-5) @ #4 Baltimore (10-6)

1st Round Bye
#1 Denver (13-3)
#2 New England (12-4)

(If the playoffs were expanded)
Bye or #8 San Diego (7-9) @ #1 Denver (13-3)
#5 Indy (11-5) @ #4 Baltimore (10-6)

#6 Cincinnati(10-6) @ #3 Houston (12-4)
#7 Pittsburgh (8-8) @ #2 New England (12-4)

Division strength by out of division record
1. NFC North (23-17) 0.575
2t NFC West (22-18) 0.550
2t NFC South (22-18) 0.550
4. AFC North (21-19) 0.525

5t NFC East (19-21) 0.475
5t AFC South (19-21) 0.475
5t AFC East (19-21) 0.477
8. AFC West (14-26) 0.350

The NFC is (39-25) 0.609 vs the AFC

The Home team is (146-109-1) 0.572 vs the Away team


Draft order
1. Kansas City
2. Jacksonville
3. Oakland
4. Philadelphia

5. Detroit
6. Cleveland
7. Arizona
8. Buffalo

9. NY Jets
10 Tennessee
11 San Diego
12 Miami

13 Tampa Bay
14 Carolina
15 New Orleans
16 St. Louis

17 Pittsburgh
18 Dallas
19 NY Giants
20 Chicago

Playoff teams TBD
St. Louis owns Washington's 1st round pick




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Let's go ahead and put the predictions here. Oops, I completely missed the other thread. Please ignore me.

SCHEDULE (TIMES ARE EST)

SATURDAY 5 JANUARY
6 CINCINNATI BENGALS @ HOUSTON TEXANS 3 4:30PM

6 MINNESOTA VIKINGS @ GREEN BAY PACKERS 3 8PM

SUNDAY 6 JANUARY
5 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS @ BALTIMORE RAVENS 4 1PM

5 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS @ WASHINGTON REDSKINS 4 4:30PM

(edited by CRZ on 31.12.12 0929)


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I looked back at the "Fail Mary" and the playoff seedings wouldn't have changed if the game went the other way.

Seattle, MN, and Chi would all be 10-6, 7-5 in NFC. MN would still have the tie-breaker on Chicago, but since Seattle beat MN, they would still be the 5th seed, and MN would still be the 6th seed.



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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.59
    Originally posted by Zeruel
    I looked back at the "Fail Mary" and the playoff seedings wouldn't have changed if the game went the other way.

    Seattle, MN, and Chi would all be 10-6, 7-5 in NFC. MN would still have the tie-breaker on Chicago, but since Seattle beat MN, they would still be the 5th seed, and MN would still be the 6th seed.
Green Bay would have been 12-4 and the #2 seed if they had beaten Seattle.

(Dont confuse this nitpick as still being obsessed by the result; Seattle has almost retroactively made it right by the supremely high level they've been playing this second half.)



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    Originally posted by hansen9j
      Originally posted by Zeruel
      I looked back at the "Fail Mary" and the playoff seedings wouldn't have changed if the game went the other way.

      Seattle, MN, and Chi would all be 10-6, 7-5 in NFC. MN would still have the tie-breaker on Chicago, but since Seattle beat MN, they would still be the 5th seed, and MN would still be the 6th seed.
    Green Bay would have been 12-4 and the #2 seed if they had beaten Seattle.

    (Dont confuse this nitpick as still being obsessed by the result; Seattle has almost retroactively made it right by the supremely high level they've been playing this second half.)

Speak for yourself :-)

Although if our first home playoff game had been next weekend instead of last night, I might have missed it.
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