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NFL Week 13 Playoff Standings (only top 8 have ties broken)

AFC
1. z-New England (12-0) AFC East champs
2. Indianapolis (10-2)

3. Pittsburgh (9-3)
4. San Diego (7-5)
5. Jacksonville (8-4)
6. Cleveland (7-5) (5-4 AFC record)

7. Tennessee (7-5) (4-4 AFC record)
8. Buffalo (6-6)
9t Denver (5-7)
9t Houston (5-7)
11t Baltimore (4-8)

11t Cincinnati (4-8)
11t Kansas City (4-8)
11t Oakland (4-8)
15. New York (3-9)
16. Miami (0-12)

Byes: 1. New England (11-0), 2. Indianapolis (10-2)
First round: #6 Cleveland (7-5) @ #3 Pittsburgh (9-3), #5 Jacksonville (8-4) @ #4 San Diego (7-5)


NFC
1. y-Dallas (11-1)
2. Green Bay (10-2)

3. Seattle (8-4) (def. TB week 1)
4. Tampa Bay (8-4) (def. by Seattle week 1)
5. New York (8-4)
6. Arizona (6-6) (beat Det week 11)

7. Detroit (6-6) (1-1 vs Min, 3-2 Div record)
8. Minnesota (6-6) (1-1 vs Det, 2-3 Div record)
9t Carolina (5-7)
9t Washington (5-7)
9t Chicago (5-7)

9t New Orleans (5-7)
9t Philadelphia (5-7)
14t San Francisco (3-9)
14t Atlanta (3-9)
14t St. Louis (3-9)

Byes: #1 Dallas (11-1), #2 Green Bay (10-2)
First Round: #6 Arizona (6-6) @ #3 Seattle (8-4), #5 New York (8-4) @ #4 Tampa Bay (8-4)

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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.84
    Originally posted by Zeruel
    First round: #6 Cleveland (7-5) @ #3 Pittsburgh (9-3)


One can imagine the incredible number of Cleveland fans that'll be venturing to Pittsburgh for this game if it happens. As much as I love Colts/Pats, THIS is the NFL's marquee rivalry.




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Playoff scenarios for Week 14 (nfl.com)

Theoretically, at least, every division could be wrapped up this week, as it's mathematically possible for Dallas, Green Bay, Tampa Bay, Seattle, Indianapolis, San Diego and Pittsburgh to all clinch. The Giants are the only other team who could wrap a bearth up this week.



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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.18
    Originally posted by kwik
    Playoff scenarios for Week 14 (nfl.com)

    Theoretically, at least, every division could be wrapped up this week, as it's mathematically possible for Dallas, Green Bay, Tampa Bay, Seattle, Indianapolis, San Diego and Pittsburgh to all clinch. The Giants are the only other team who could wrap a bearth up this week.


I can't figure out how San Diego can clinch. If they win and Denver loses, and then San Diego loses all the remainder of the games and Denver wins out, I see a head-to-head tie, a division record tie, and a conference tie.



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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.57
    Originally posted by hansen9j
      Originally posted by kwik
      Playoff scenarios for Week 14 (nfl.com)

      Theoretically, at least, every division could be wrapped up this week, as it's mathematically possible for Dallas, Green Bay, Tampa Bay, Seattle, Indianapolis, San Diego and Pittsburgh to all clinch. The Giants are the only other team who could wrap a bearth up this week.


    I can't figure out how San Diego can clinch. If they win and Denver loses, and then San Diego loses all the remainder of the games and Denver wins out, I see a head-to-head tie, a division record tie, and a conference tie.





That would then take us to Common Opponents, which there would be 14 of. To simplify, Denver went 2-0 vs. the Bills and Steelers, while the Chargers went 1-1 against the Patriots and Ravens. Since those are the only 2 games that were not common opponent games, it would mean San Diego would have a better record in the 14 common opponent games and thus win the tie-breaker.
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