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#1 Posted on 22.9.05 1911.25
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NFL PLAYOFF SEEDINGS AFTER WEEK 2

AFC
1. Kansas City (2-0) AFC West leaders
2. Indianapolis (2-0) AFC South leaders
3. Cincinnati (2-0) AFC North leaders
4. N.Y. Jets (1-1) AFC East leaders
5. Pittsburgh (2-0) Wild card
6. Buffalo (1-1) Wild card

7. New England (1-1)
8. Miami (1-1)
9. Tennessee (1-1)
10. Denver (1-1)
11. Jacksonville (1-1)
12. Cleveland (1-1)
13. San Diego (0-2)
14. Oakland (0-2)
15. Baltimore (0-2)
16. Houston (0-2)

NFC
1. Washington (2-0) NFC East leaders
2. Tampa Bay (2-0) NFC South leaders
3. Chicago (1-1) NFC North leaders
4. San Francisco (1-1) NFC West leaders
5. N.Y. Giants (2-0) Wild card
6. Seattle (1-1) Wild card

7. New Orleans (1-1)
8. Atlanta (1-1)
9. Philadelphia (1-1)
10. St. Louis (1-1)
11. Detroit (1-1)
12. Carolina (1-1)
13. Dallas (1-1)
14. Minnesota (0-2)
15. Green Bay (0-2)
16. Arizona (0-2)

Wild Card Matchups:
AFC: Buffalo at Cincinnati, Pittsburgh at N.Y. Jets
NFC: Seattle at Chicago, N.Y. Giants at San Francisco

First-round byes:
AFC: Kansas City, Indianapolis
NFC: Washington, Tampa Bay

(Note: For these seedings, I considered Seattle's (0-0) and St. Louis' (1-1) divisional records equal.)
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#2 Posted on 22.9.05 2008.44
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Just curious as to how you can determing the seedings in the AFC East when all the teams are 1-1?
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#3 Posted on 22.9.05 2025.58
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    Originally posted by BOSsportsfan34
    Just curious as to how you can determing the seedings in the AFC East when all the teams are 1-1?


Who cares? All I know is that the Fins aren't mathematically eliminated yet.

-JM (And when you say Miami, you're talking Super Bowl)
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#4 Posted on 22.9.05 2046.07
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New York leads the AFC East because they have the best division record (or technically, they have the best won-lost-tied percentage in games among the tied clubs [1-0, while Miami is 0-1, and NE and Buffalo are 0-0]).
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#5 Posted on 22.9.05 2258.46
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    Originally posted by Mr. Boffo
    New York leads the AFC East because they have the best division record (or technically, they have the best won-lost-tied percentage in games among the tied clubs [1-0, while Miami is 0-1, and NE and Buffalo are 0-0]).


Also, Buffalo beats New England based on strength of schedule. Buffalo's played Houston and Tampa Bay (combined 2-2) and New England's played Carolina and Oakland (combined 1-3).

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