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PLAYOFF SEEDINGS
AFC
1 Indianapolis 10-1 AFC South leaders
2 Baltimore 9-2 AFC North leaders
3 San Diego 9-2 AFC West leaders
4 New England 8-3 AFC East leaders
5 Kansas City 7-4
6 Denver 7-4

7 Cincinnati 6-5
8 N.Y. Jets 6-5
9 Jacksonville 6-5
10 Buffalo 5-6
11 Miami 5-6
12 Pittsburgh 4-7
13 Tennessee 4-7
14 Houston 3-8
15 Cleveland 3-8
16 Oakland 2-9

NFC
1 Chicago 9-2 NFC North leaders
2 New Orleans 7-4 NFC South leaders
3 Seattle 7-4 NFC West leaders
4 Dallas 7-4 NFC East leaders
5 N.Y. Giants 6-5
6 Carolina 6-5

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


AFC Playoffs:
Byes:
Indianapolis, Baltimore
First-round match-ups: Denver at San Diego, Kansas City at New England

NFC Playoffs:
Byes:
Chicago, New Orleans
First-round match-ups: Carolina at Seattle, N.Y. Giants at Dallas

DRAFT ORDER
1 Detroit 2-9 / .517
Arizona 2-9 / .517
3 Oakland 2-9 / .545
4 Houston 3-8 / .517
5 Cleveland 3-8 / .528
6 Tampa Bay 3-8 / .545
7 Green Bay 4-7 / .494
8 Washington 4-7 / .511
9 Pittsburgh 4-7 / .528
10 Tennessee 4-7 / .580
11 Atlanta 5-6 / .455
12 Minnesota 5-6 / .472
St. Louis 5-6 / .472
14 San Francisco 5-6 / .483
15 Philadelphia 5-6 / .494
16 Miami 5-6 / .523
17 Buffalo 5-6 / .563
18 N.Y. Jets 6-5 / .477
19 Jacksonville 6-5 / .517
20 Cincinnati 6-5 / .545

* #1 pick would be decided by coin flip.



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Wouldn't Detroit get the #1 pick over Arizona, due to the fact that Detroit lost to Arizona?





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    Originally posted by Gugs
    Wouldn't Detroit get the #1 pick over Arizona, due to the fact that Detroit lost to Arizona?


Thats not factored in by the NFL. The only tiebreaker is opponents winning percentage. If its the same they go to the coin flip.

(edited by brick on 30.11.06 0730)
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I am praying Cleveland maintains their draft position so they can get the best O-Lineman available without having to worry about getting a hyped-up skill player.

Larry Johnson ought to run roughshod over the Brownies this week. *sigh*. Also keep an eye on Romeo Crennel - according to local scuttlebutt it appears his days are numbered with the Browns.



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    Originally posted by whatever
    Also keep an eye on Romeo Crennel - according to local scuttlebutt it appears his days are numbered with the Browns.


Isn't this only his second season? How long was he supposed to have to turn the team around?



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.04
    Originally posted by EddieBurkett
      Originally posted by whatever
      Also keep an eye on Romeo Crennel - according to local scuttlebutt it appears his days are numbered with the Browns.


    Isn't this only his second season? How long was he supposed to have to turn the team around?

How long does any coach really have in today's NFL? When two expansion franchises got to their Conference Championship games in their second year of existence, that just raises the stakes.

The Browns got destroyed last week and have showed no fire. Braylon Edwards has gone off to the press, then he went off on the sidelines at the game where Droughns had to pull him aside. It just seems like Crennel has lost control of the team.

I don't know how I feel on this. I'd like some continuity, but I just can't shake the feeling that Romeo is not the right guy for this team. That said, I certainly can't think of anyone off the top of my head who I would prefer to be in his place.



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    Originally posted by brick
      Originally posted by Gugs
      Wouldn't Detroit get the #1 pick over Arizona, due to the fact that Detroit lost to Arizona?


    Thats not factored in by the NFL. The only tiebreaker is opponents winning percentage. If its the same they go to the coin flip.

    (edited by brick on 30.11.06 0730)


Barring any trades, as the draft projections stand right now it's really just a question as to whether Joe Thomas is taken before Brady Quinn or vice versa, since their draft needs based on the top 5 are pretty specific.




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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.78
    Originally posted by whatever
      Originally posted by EddieBurkett
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        Also keep an eye on Romeo Crennel - according to local scuttlebutt it appears his days are numbered with the Browns.


      Isn't this only his second season? How long was he supposed to have to turn the team around?

    How long does any coach really have in today's NFL? When two expansion franchises got to their Conference Championship games in their second year of existence, that just raises the stakes.

    The Browns got destroyed last week and have showed no fire. Braylon Edwards has gone off to the press, then he went off on the sidelines at the game where Droughns had to pull him aside. It just seems like Crennel has lost control of the team.

    I don't know how I feel on this. I'd like some continuity, but I just can't shake the feeling that Romeo is not the right guy for this team. That said, I certainly can't think of anyone off the top of my head who I would prefer to be in his place.






The name Jim Tressel has been bounced around the northeast in regards to the Browns. Perhaps get a second title and get out of dodge before the NCAA finally finds a smoking gun.

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