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#1 Posted on 15.11.05 0901.35
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NFL PLAYOFF SEEDINGS AFTER WEEK 9

AFC
1. Indianapolis (9-0) AFC South leaders
2. Denver (7-2) AFC West leaders
3. Pittsburgh (7-2) AFC North leaders
4. New England (5-4) AFC East leaders
5. Cincinnati (7-2) Wild card
6. Jacksonville (6-3) Wild card

7. San Diego (5-4)
8. Kansas City (5-4)
9. Buffalo (4-5)
10. Oakland (3-6)
11. Miami (3-6)
12. Cleveland (3-6)
13. Tennessee (2-7)
14. Baltimore (2-7)
15. N.Y. Jets (2-7)
16. Houston (1-8)

NFC
1. Seattle (7-2) NFC West leaders
2. Carolina (7-2) NFC South leaders
3. Chicago (6-3) NFC North leaders
4. Dallas (6-3) NFC East leaders
5. N.Y. Giants (6-3) Wild card
6. Atlanta (6-3) Wild card

7. Tampa Bay (6-3)
8. Washington (5-4)
9. Minnesota (4-5)
10. St. Louis (4-5)
11. Detroit (4-5)
12. Philadelphia (4-5)
13. Green Bay (2-7)
14. New Orleans (2-7)
15. Arizona (2-7)
16. San Francisco (2-7)

Wild Card Matchups:
AFC: Jacksonville at Pittsburgh, Cincinnati at New England
NFC: Atlanta at Chicago, N.Y. Giants at Dallas

First-round byes:
AFC: Indianapolis, Denver
NFC: Seattle, Carolina
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#2 Posted on 15.11.05 0942.11
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New England is turning into the Padres of the NFL this year.

I like the way this year is shaping up. Looking at the potential playoff matchups is intriguing.
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#3 Posted on 15.11.05 1125.20
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and the draft order:

1 TEXANS 0.630
2 JETS 0.444
3 CARDINALS 0.472
4 49ERS 0.481
5 PACKERS 0.519
6 TITANS 0.593
7 RAVENS 0.630
8 SAINTS 0.704
9 DOLPHINS 0.407
10 BROWNS 0.500
11 RAIDERS 0.630
12 BILLS 0.370
13 RAMS 0.407
14 LIONS 0.444 *
14 VIKINGS 0.444 *
16 EAGLES 0.639
17 CHIEFS 0.556 *
17 CHARGERS 0.556 *
19 REDSKINS 0.622
20 BUCCANEERS 6 0.556

* indicates tie, order to be determined by coin flip.
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#4 Posted on 15.11.05 1142.53
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Well, there goes my utopia. All of a sudden, the NFC North decides to look respectable (well, kinda). Say it ain't so! If this keeps up, they could have 3 teams over .500. Let's see, what's on the radar? Carolina @ Chicago. Detroit @ Dallas. Minnesota @ Green Bay. So, if all goes well, it could look like this:

Chicago 6 - 4
Minnesota 4 - 6
Detroit 4 - 6
Green Bay 3 - 7

And that's if GB can actually get a win. Well, anything's possible. At least I hope so. From there, it starts looking tougher for Chicago (Tampa, Pittsburgh, & Atlanta over the next month). Well, I guess there is still hope. But with these teams, who knows? But a man can dream....
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#5 Posted on 15.11.05 2311.32
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So what was the story with the Buffalo/KC game? KC just showing their age, or what?
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#6 Posted on 16.11.05 0058.39
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As best I can tell, Green got sacked six times, threw three picks, and lost a fumble, while Larry Johnson ran for 130 yards, and had another 40 receiving. I think you can put the blame on a shitty receiver corps.
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#7 Posted on 16.11.05 0801.12
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#8 Posted on 16.11.05 0914.22
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    Originally posted by Whitebacon
    Green got sacked six times

    Originally posted by Whitebacon
    I think you can put the blame on a shitty receiver corps.

Green had no protection all day. I heard someone describe the O-line as Swiss cheese yesterday, and that pretty much summed it up perfectly. With Roaf out and Shields hurting, the Bills were able to rush at will whenever the Chiefs were in a passing situation. While the Chiefs don't have any all-pro type receivers, there was nothing about the way the game went that could be blamed on them.
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#9 Posted on 16.11.05 1539.57
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    Originally posted by wesman1111
      Originally posted by Whitebacon
      Green got sacked six times

      Originally posted by Whitebacon
      I think you can put the blame on a shitty receiver corps.

    Green had no protection all day. I heard someone describe the O-line as Swiss cheese yesterday, and that pretty much summed it up perfectly. With Roaf out and Shields hurting, the Bills were able to rush at will whenever the Chiefs were in a passing situation. While the Chiefs don't have any all-pro type receivers, there was nothing about the way the game went that could be blamed on them.


Isn't this handy... I was at the Ralph on Sunday for the Bills-Chiefs tilt.

In terms of the Chiefs offense, they ran roughshod over the Bills D with LJ from the very start.

However, as soon as they started to pass, everything went wrong. Yes, Green had a lot of pressure, but he also threw a lot of really bad balls. He hit Gonzalez down the middle at will, but as soon as he tried to throw outside, he was nowhere near the receivers...

They should've continued to give the ball to LJ. He ended up with 140 yards and could've had 200 if they kept going to him...

In terms of Buffalos offense, they made very few plays. Losman came in for Holcomb, who got his bell rung. Losman played pretty well, made two outstanding TD throws and that was it...
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#10 Posted on 16.11.05 2010.31
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    Originally posted by wesman1111
      Originally posted by Whitebacon
      Green got sacked six times

      Originally posted by Whitebacon
      I think you can put the blame on a shitty receiver corps.

    Green had no protection all day. I heard someone describe the O-line as Swiss cheese yesterday, and that pretty much summed it up perfectly. With Roaf out and Shields hurting, the Bills were able to rush at will whenever the Chiefs were in a passing situation. While the Chiefs don't have any all-pro type receivers, there was nothing about the way the game went that could be blamed on them.


Sure there is. They can't get open against anybody, making Green have to stand in the pocket entirely too much, and allowing teams to focus on Gonzalez and leave the outside in man coverage.
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#11 Posted on 17.11.05 0714.27
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    Originally posted by Whitebacon
      Originally posted by wesman1111
        Originally posted by Whitebacon
        Green got sacked six times

        Originally posted by Whitebacon
        I think you can put the blame on a shitty receiver corps.

      Green had no protection all day. I heard someone describe the O-line as Swiss cheese yesterday, and that pretty much summed it up perfectly. With Roaf out and Shields hurting, the Bills were able to rush at will whenever the Chiefs were in a passing situation. While the Chiefs don't have any all-pro type receivers, there was nothing about the way the game went that could be blamed on them.


    Sure there is. They can't get open against anybody, making Green have to stand in the pocket entirely too much, and allowing teams to focus on Gonzalez and leave the outside in man coverage.


As I said above, Green couldn't hit the broad side of a barn on Sunday, whether the WR's were open or not. There were a couple of plays where the wideout did a quick out, got some spacing, but Green put the ball 6 feet outside of where he was supposed to.

IMO, Sunday's passing struggles were on Green totally.

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