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#1 Posted on 6.12.11 1443.21
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AFC
1. New England 9-3 East leader (7-2 AFC, 0.421 SoV) Will win the div with a win and Jets loss
2. Baltimore 9-3 North leader (6-2 AFC, beat Houston, swept Pittsburgh)

3. Houston 9-3 South leader (7-2 AFC, 0.387 SoV, lost to Baltimore) Will win the div with a win and Tenessee loss
4. Denver 7-5 West leader (3-2 Div record)
5. Pittsburgh 9-3 (swept by Baltimore)
6. Cincinnati 7-5 (6-4 AFC)

7. Tennessee 7-5 (5-4 AFC)
8. Oakland 7-5 (2-2 Div, 5-5 AFC, beat Jets)
9. N.Y. Jets 7-5 (5-5 AFC, lost to Oakland)
10 Buffalo 5-7 (beat KC)
11 Kansas City 5-7 (2-2 div, lost to Buffalo)

12 San Diego 5-7 (2-3 div)
13 Cleveland 4-8 (beat Miami)
14 Miami 4-8 (lost to Cleveland)

Eliminated from playoffs
15 Jacksonville 3-9
16 Indianapolis 0-12

Wildcard Weekend
#6 Cincinnati (7-5) @ #3 Houston (9-3)
#5 Pittsburgh (9-3) @ #4 Denver (7-5)

Byes
#1 New England (9-3)
#2 Baltimore (9-3)

NFC
1. Green Bay 12-0 North Champions, will clinch 1st round bye with a win, or tie and NO loss/tie, or NO loss
2. San Francisco 10-2 West Champions

3. New Orleans 9-3 South leaders, will win the South with a win and Atlanta loss. Will clinch a playoff spot with a win and either a Chicago and/or Detorit loss
4. Dallas 7-5 East leaders
5. Chicago 7-5 (2-2 div, 6-3 NFC, beat Atlanta)
6. Atlanta 7-5 (lost to Chicago, beat Detroit)

7. Detroit 7-5 (2-2 div, 5-5 NFC, lost to Atlanta)
8. N.Y. Giants 6-6
9. Seattle 5-7 (beat Arizona)
10 Arizona 5-7 (lost to Seattle)
11 Philadelphia 4-8 (4-6 NFC, beat Washington)

12 Carolina 4-8 (2-7 NFC, beat Washington & TB)
13 Washington 4-8 (4-5 NFC, lost to Philly & Carolina)
14 Tampa Bay 4-8 (3-6 NFC, lost to Carolina)

Eliminated from playoffs
15 Minnesota 2-10 (2-6 NFC)
16 St. Louis 2-10 (1-9 NFC)

Wildcard Weekend
#6 Atlanta (7-5) @ #3 New Orleans (9-3)
#5 Chicago (7-5) @ #4 Dallas (7-5)

Byes
#1 Green Bay (12-0)
#2 San Francisco (10-2)

Round 1 of the draft

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

1. Indianapolis (0-12)
2. Minnesota (2-10)
3. St. Louis (2-10)
4. Jacksonville (3-9)

5. Washington (4-8)
6. Philadelphia (4-8)
7. Carolina (4-8)
8. Miami (4-8)

9. Cleveland (4-8)
10 Tampa Bay (4-8)
11 Arizona (5-7)
12 Seattle (5-7)

13 Buffalo (5-7)
14 Kansas City (5-7)
15 San Diego (5-7)
16 New York Giants (6-6)

17 Tennessee (7-5)
18 Cleveland - from Atlanta*** (7-5)
19 Cincinnati (7-5)
20 New York Jets (7-5)

21 Detroit (7-5)
22 Chicago*** (7-5)
23 Cincinnati - from Oakland*** (7-5)
24 Houston*** (9-3)

25 Dallas*** (7-5)
26 Denver*** (7-5)
27 Baltimore*** (9-3)
28 San Francisco*** (10-2)

29 New England - from New Orleans*** (9-3)
30 New England*** (9-3)
31 Pittsburgh*** (9-3)
32 Green Bay*** (12-0)

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


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#2 Posted on 7.12.11 0233.37
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Hard to believe Indy hasn't clinched the Suck 4 Luck sweepstakes. Even more shocking is that the Vikings are in second place.

Poor Dolphins fans. They started out so hot in the Suck 4 Luck sweepstakes. And now it looks like they're going to end the season just hot enough to finish .500 (without making the playoffs), save Tony Sparano's job, miss out on all the good first-rounders, and come back next year ready to underachieve all over again.

I'd sympathize, but you can cut and paste that entire last sentence and substitute the words "Chargers" and "Norv Turner" and you'll have the situation in San Diego in a nutshell.
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