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Mr. Boffo
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#1 Posted on 6.12.05 2356.01
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I get the impression that JayJayDean has been busy with other things lately, so I'm giving him the week off.

NFL PLAYOFF SEEDINGS AFTER WEEK 13

AFC
1. Indianapolis (12-0) AFC South leaders
2. Denver (9-3) AFC West leaders
(Denver is 6-2 in conference games, while Cincinnati is 6-3)
3. Cincinnati (9-3) AFC North leaders
4. New England (7-5) AFC East leaders
5. Jacksonville (9-3) Wild card
6. San Diego (8-4) Wild card
(San Diego has a head-to-head win over Kansas City)
7. Kansas City (8-4)
8. Pittsburgh (7-5)
9. Miami (5-7)
10. Buffalo (4-8) (Buffalo is 4-4 in conference games, which is better than Baltimore or Oakland)
11. Baltimore (4-8) (Baltimore has a head to head win over Cleveland and is 4-6 in conference games, which is better than Oakland)
12. Cleveland (4-8) (Cleveland is 2-6 in conference games, Oakland is 2-7)
13. Oakland (4-8)
14. Tennessee (3-9)
15. N.Y. Jets (2-10)
16. Houston (1-11)

NFC
1. Seattle (10-2) NFC West champions
2. Chicago (9-3) NFC North leaders
(Chicago has a head-to-head win over Carolina)
3. Carolina (9-3) NFC South leaders
4. N.Y. Giants (8-4) NFC East leaders
5. Tampa Bay (8-4) Wild card
6. Dallas (7-5) Wild card
(Dallas is 6-3 in conference games, which is better than Atlanta or Minnesota)
7. Atlanta (7-5) (Atlanta has a head-to-head win over Minnesota)
8. Minnesota (7-5)
9. Washington (6-6)
10. Philadelphia (5-7) (Philadelphia is 1-3 in games against common opponents [San Francisco, Washington, N.Y. Giants, Seattle], while St. Louis is 0-5)
11. St. Louis (5-7)
12. Detroit (4-8) (Detroit has a head-to-head win over Arizona)
13. Arizona (4-8)
14. New Orleans (3-9)
15. Green Bay (2-10) (Green Bay is 2-7 in conference games, while San Francisco is 2-8)
16. San Francisco (2-10)

Wild Card Matchups:
AFC: San Diego at Cincinnati, Jacksonville at New England
NFC: Dallas at Carolina, Tampa Bay at N.Y. Giants

First-round byes:
AFC: Indianapolis, Denver
NFC: Seattle, Chicago

and for those teams not in bold above

NFL DRAFT ORDER AFTER WEEK 13
1. Houston (1-11)
2. Green Bay (2-10, .549 SOS)
T3. San Francisco (2-10, .563 SOS)
T3. N.Y. Jets (2-10, .563 SOS)
T5. New Orleans (3-9, .507 SOS)
T5. Tennessee (3-9, .507 SOS)
7. Buffalo (4-8, .465 SOS)
8. Cleveland (4-8, .500 SOS)
9. Arizona (4-8, .514 SOS)
10. Baltimore (4-8, .528 SOS)
11. Detroit (4-8, .535 SOS)
12. Oakland (4-8, .542 SOS)
13. Miami (5-7, .479 SOS)
14. St. Louis (5-7, .500 SOS)
15. Philadelphia (5-7, .542 SOS)
16. Washington (6-6) (first round pick was traded to Denver in last year's draft)
17. Atlanta (7-5, .458 SOS)
18. Minnesota (7-5, .479 SOS)
19. Pittsburgh (7-5, .500 SOS)
20. Dallas (7-5, .507 SOS)
21. New England (7-5, .542 SOS)
22. Tampa Bay (8-4, .417 SOS)
23. Kansas City (8-4, .444 SOS)
24. San Diego (8-4, .493 SOS)
25. N.Y. Giants (8-4, .507 SOS)
26. Carolina (9-3, .417 SOS, 6-2 in conference games)
27. Chicago (9-3, .417 SOS, 8-1 in conference games)
28. Cincinnati (9-3, .479 SOS)
29. Jacksonville (9-3, .486 SOS)
30. Denver (9-3, .535 SOS)
31. Seattle (10-2)
32. Indianapolis (12-0)
Playoff teams' draft order can change based on how far they get in the playoffs.
Tied teams are subject to a coin toss.

oh and finally

NFL PLAYOFF SCENARIOS AFTER WEEK 13 (I think)

Good Things:
Indianapolis - has clinched a playoff spot. Can clinch #1 seed with a win.
Cincinnati - can clinch AFC North with a win and a Pittsburgh loss.
New England - can clinch AFC East with a win and a Miami loss.
Seattle - has clinched NFC West.

Bad Things:
Baltimore, Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit, Green Bay, Houston, New Orleans, N.Y. Jets, Oakland, San Francisco, Tennessee have all been conclusively eliminated from playoff contention. I've worked out a sceario where Arizona gets into the playoffs, and Miami is obviously still alive for the division, so I think that's it.

Philadelphia is eliminated from the NFC East divisional race with a loss. Philadelphia is eliminated from the playoffs with a loss and a win by any of Dallas, Minnesota, or Atlanta.
Pittsburgh is eliminated from the AFC North divisional race with a loss and a Cincinnati win.
Miami is eliminated from wildcard contention with a loss, and eliminated from the playoffs entirely with a loss and a New England win.
Arizona is eliminated from the playoffs with a loss or a win by any of Dallas, Minnesota, or Atlanta.
St. Louis is eliminated from the playoffs with a loss.

(edited by Mr. Boffo on 7.12.05 1441)
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#2 Posted on 7.12.05 0045.45
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I'm amazed that New England is sitting at 7-5. With all those injuries I expected Miami and Buffalo to give them a much harder time. Still, we can all look forward to the end of Tom Brady's "Never lost a playoff game" streak, eh?
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#3 Posted on 7.12.05 0938.22
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You have Houston listed with the #1 and T#3 draft picks. While I am sure every fan of the Texans wishes that was true, is that not the Jets pick at #3?
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#4 Posted on 7.12.05 1358.34
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Yeah, my bad. It has been corrected.
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#5 Posted on 7.12.05 1416.31
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    Can clinch #1 seed with a win and a Denver loss.


I believe they don't need the Denver loss.

If Indy wins, then loses out, they'll only end up with one AFC loss (SD), since the other two games are NFC West crossovers. As noted for the DEN/CIN tiebreaker, the Broncos already have two. If they beat JAX, they clinch the better confrence record.
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#6 Posted on 7.12.05 1441.06
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Also correct. I forget that Indy was playing an AFC team this week.

The official playoff scenarios (which are now up) don't have Buffalo or Detroit eliminated from the playoff yet. I'll have to show my math on why I listed them as eliminated and see if anyone else can say where I may have messed up (or contrariwise, where NFL.com may have meseed up).

So if you're 13-0 Indianapolis with the #1 Seed clinched, what do you do? Do you keep playing at full strength with a chance to go undefeated on the line, or do you let things slide for a couple weeks? More importantly, WWTDD?

(edited by Mr. Boffo on 7.12.05 1443)
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#7 Posted on 7.12.05 1527.23
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    Originally posted by Mr. Boffo
    So if you're 13-0 Indianapolis with the #1 Seed clinched, what do you do? Do you keep playing at full strength with a chance to go undefeated on the line, or do you let things slide for a couple weeks? More importantly, WWTDD?

I thought he said he was going to start resting his starters, but did not say how he would go about doing so. I gotta believe Payton starts the games just to keep his streak alive, but I have to think that Sorgi will see a lot of playing time.
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#8 Posted on 7.12.05 1619.51
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If Buffalo wins out, New England loses the rest of its games and Miami does no better than 2-2, the Bills are the sole AFC East champion. As for Detroit, they need to win out with the Vikings, Falcons, and Cowboys all losing their last four and the 'Skins beating only Dallas to finish 7-9. In that case the Lions would be the number six seed in the NFC. I'm sure there are probably at least a few more combinations with all sorts of exotic tiebreakers that would get the Bills or Lions into the playoffs, but those are the two clearest cut ones.

You hafta love those Ravens. At 2-7 they were right in the thick of things to get a top 5 pick. Now after wins over the Texans and the Steelers they're outside the top ten. With a good chance to win at least two more (Green Bay and Cleveland) this team could be the 14th or 15th pick securing the worst type of season of them all: bad record and bad draft pick.
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#9 Posted on 7.12.05 1848.51
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Wow, so what is that, 4 mistakes? I shall now commit hari-kari ... Oh, wait. I don't think I have any knives that will do the job.

I must have done something wrong with figuring out Detroit's outcome last night, because when I do it now I get the same answer that you got. It's possible for Detroit to be the #6 seed by being the only 8-8 team around (in this scenario Minnesota, Dallas, Atlanta, St. Louis, Washington, and Philadelphia all finish at 7-9). With Buffalo I forgot that they were still alive in the divisional race. They have been eliminated from the wild card race though.
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#10 Posted on 7.12.05 1944.03
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    Originally posted by Mr. Boffo
    Wow, so what is that, 4 mistakes? I shall now commit hari-kari ... Oh, wait. I don't think I have any knives that will do the job.

    I must have done something wrong with figuring out Detroit's outcome last night, because when I do it now I get the same answer that you got. It's possible for Detroit to be the #6 seed by being the only 8-8 team around (in this scenario Minnesota, Dallas, Atlanta, St. Louis, Washington, and Philadelphia all finish at 7-9). With Buffalo I forgot that they were still alive in the divisional race. They have been eliminated from the wild card race though.







Also have to remember before knocking teams out the rare occurance of a tie occurring. Buffalo as an example: They win 4, go 8-8. New England loses 3, and ties Miami. They go 7-8-1. In this scenario, Miami only loses 1 game, but ties New England to go 7-8-1 also, and Buffalo wins the division outright.

(edited by redsoxnation on 7.12.05 2049)
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#11 Posted on 10.12.05 0226.13
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You know, I could really see the Colts going undefeated in the regular season, then losing in the Patriots in the Playoffs. And I hate the Patriots, too.
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#12 Posted on 14.12.05 2344.54
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That's why I'm not bragging on the Colts until we actually accomplish something. I'm extremely superstitous when it comes to sports, and you don't win any awards for starting out 13-0.
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#13 Posted on 15.12.05 0731.23
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    Originally posted by ekedolphin
    That's why I'm not bragging on the Colts until we actually accomplish something. I'm extremely superstitous when it comes to sports, and you don't win any awards for starting out 13-0.


Amen from this Cincinnati fan... :-)
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#14 Posted on 15.12.05 2106.58
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    Originally posted by HairRaiser
      Originally posted by ekedolphin
      That's why I'm not bragging on the Colts until we actually accomplish something. I'm extremely superstitous when it comes to sports, and you don't win any awards for starting out 13-0.


    Amen from this Cincinnati fan... :-)


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