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{ NOTE TO SEARCHERS: If you are looking for 2008 Playoff Seedings instead of 2007 ones, click right here (The W) for THAT thread - and curse Google like I am ;-) - CRZ }

FINAL NFL Week 17 Playoff Standings

Interesting note: Both Wildcard teams in each conference came from the same Division, AFC South and NFC East.
They were also the only two divisions where every team finished 8-8 or better.

AFC
1. *z-New England (16-0) East champs
2. z-Indianapolis (13-3) South champs

3. z-San Diego (11-5) West champs
4. z-Pittsburgh (10-6) (7-5 AFC, beat Cle twice)
5. y-Jacksonville (11-5)
6. y-Tennessee (10-6) (7-5 AFC) beat Cle in common games

7. Cleveland (10-6) (7-5 AFC)
8. Houston (8-8)
9t Buffalo (7-9)
9t Denver (7-9)
9t Cincinnati (7-9)

12. Baltimore (5-11)
13t Oakland (4-12)
13t Kansas City (4-12)
13t New York (4-12)
16. Miami (1-15)

Byes: #1 New England (16-0), #2 Indianapolis (13-3)
First round: #6 Tennessee (10-6) @ #4 San Diego (11-5), #5 Jacksonville (11-5) @ #3 Pittsburgh (10-6)


NFC
1. z-Dallas (13-3) (beat GB) East Champs
2. z-Green Bay (13-3) (lost to Dallas) North Champs

3. z-Seattle (10-6) West champs
4. z-Tampa Bay (9-7) South champs
5. y-New York (10-6)
6. y-Washington (9-7)

7t Minnesota (8-8)
7t Arizona (8-8)
7t Philadelphia (8-8)
10t New Orleans (7-9)
10t Detroit (7-9)

10t Carolina (7-9)
10t Chicago (7-9)
14. San Francisco (5-11)
15t Atlanta (4-12)
15t St. Louis (4-12)

Byes: #1 Dallas (13-3), #2 Green Bay (13-3)
First Round: #6 Washington (9-7) @ #3 Seattle (10-6), #5 New York (10-6) @ #4 Tampa Bay (9-7)


y-clinched wild card
z-clinched division
*-clinched home-field

EDIT:

1st round Draft order:

1 Miami 1-15
2 St. Louis 3-13
3t Atlanta 4-12 0.516
3t Kansas City 4-12 0.516

3t New York Jets 4-12 0.516
3t Oakland 4-12 0.516
7 New England (from San Francisco 5-11)
8 Baltimore 5-11

9 Cincinnati 7-9
10 New Orleans 7-9
11 Buffalo 7-9
12 Denver 7-9

13 Carolina 7-9
14 Chicago 7-9
15 Detroit 7-9
16 Arizona 8-8

17 Minnesota 8-8
18 Houston 8-8
19 Philadelphia 8-8
20 Dallas (from Cleveland 10-6)

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Playoff Team order TBD

21 Tampa Bay 9-7
22 Washington 9-7
23 Seattle 10-6
24 Pittsburgh 10-6

25 Tennessee 10-6
26 New York Giants 10-6
27 San Diego 11-5
28 Jacksonville 11-5

29 Green Bay 13-3
30 Dallas 13-3
31 San Francisco (from Indy 13-3)
-- New England (Forfeit)

(edited by Zeruel on 31.12.07 0939)

(edited by Zeruel on 31.12.07 0940)

(edited by CRZ on 4.1.09 1903)

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And the wild-card weekend schedule, all times Eastern:

Saturday
Washington at Seattle, NBC 4:30
Jacksonville at Pittsburgh, NBC 8:00

Sunday
NY Giants at Tampa Bay, FOX 1:00
Tennessee at San Diego, CBS 4:30





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So, has anyone found out or said why Todd Collins (he of the 10 years between starts) was higher on the depth chart than Mark Brunell (he of the 2006 Opening Week starter)? As far as I can tell Brunell isn't hurt and is still on the Redskins roster. Did Collins simply outplay him in training camp?



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He knows the system better. He was with Al Saunders (the Redskins' offensive coordinator) in KC as Trent Green's backup for a long time.



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I didn't realize until this week that Washington's current Todd Collins was THAT Todd Collins. What's next, Vinny Testa...oh wait.
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Brunell also seemed pretty much toast by the end of last season. He's probably still a Redskin because of the cap hit they'd take by cutting him.



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I'd be surprised if Brunell would be re-signed. They should just make Randel El their Emergency QB as he was pretty decent at it in college.



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Okay, that's kind of what I suspected, but I found it weird that I hadn't seen an article that spelled that out.



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