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Zeruel
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Since: 2.1.02
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NFL Week 14 Playoff Standings (only top 8 have ties broken)

AFC
1. z-New England (13-0) East champs
2. y-Indianapolis (11-2)

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

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

12t Baltimore (4-9)
12t Oakland (4-9)
12t Kansas City (4-9)
15. New York (3-10)
16. Miami (0-13)

Byes: #1 New England (13-0), #2 Indianapolis (11-2)
First round: #6 Cleveland (8-5) @ #3 Pittsburgh (9-4), #5 Jacksonville (9-4) @ #4 San Diego (8-5)


NFC
1. z-Dallas (12-1) East Champs
2. z-Green Bay (11-2) North Champs

3. z-Seattle (9-4) West champs
4. Tampa Bay (8-5)
5. New York (9-4)
6. Minnesota (7-6)

7. New Orleans (6-7) (5-4 NFC)
8. Washington (6-7) (4-5 NFC, Beat AZ and DET)
9. Arizona (6-7) (3-6 NFC, beat Det)
10. Detroit (6-7) (4-7 NFC, lost to AZ)
11t Carolina (5-8)
11t Philadelphia (5-8)
11t Chicago (5-8)

14t Atlanta (3-10)
14t San Francisco (3-10)
14t St. Louis (3-10)

Byes: #1 Dallas (12-1), #2 Green Bay (11-2)
First Round: #6 Minnesota (7-6) @ #3 Seattle (9-4), #5 New York (9-4) @ #4 Tampa Bay (8-5)

y-clinched wild card
z-clinched division


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And the draft order, according to About.com

1. Miami (0-13)
2. New England (from San Francisco) (3-10)
3. St. Louis (3-10)
4. Atlanta (3-10)
5. New York Jets (3-10)
6. Kansas City (4-9)
7. Oakland (4-9)
8. Baltimore (4-9)
9. Cincinnati (5-8)
10. Carolina (5-8)
11. Chicago (5-8)
12. Philadelphia (5-8)
13. Arizona (6-7)
14. New Orleans (6-7)
15. Houston (6-7)
16. Denver (6-7)
17. Detroit (6-7)
18. Washington (6-7)
19. Tennessee (7-6)
20. Buffalo (7-6)
(Playoff teams according to their current standings):
21. Minnesota (7-6)
22. Dallas (from Cleveland) (8-5)
23. Tampa Bay (8-5)
24. San Diego (8-5)
25. Seattle (9-4)
26. Pittsburgh (9-4)
27. New York Giants (9-4)
28. Jacksonville (9-4)
29. Green Bay (11-2)
30. San Francisco (from Indianapolis) (11-2)
31. Dallas (12-1)
32. New England (pick forfeited) (13-0)

(edited by Zeruel on 11.12.07 0302)


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Clinching scenarios for Week 15 (nfl.com)

In addition to that, if I'm figuring the standings right, a Giants win plus a Vikings loss would lock the Giants into the 5 seed in the NFC. Meaning, week 17 vs. New England becomes a semi-bye week, since, looking at the current playoff matchups at this point I could see Giants/Bucs (or Browns/Steelers) as the Saturday night wild card game.



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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.48
    Originally posted by kwik
    Clinching scenarios for Week 15 (nfl.com)

    In addition to that, if I'm figuring the standings right, a Giants win plus a Vikings loss would lock the Giants into the 5 seed in the NFC. Meaning, week 17 vs. New England becomes a semi-bye week, since, looking at the current playoff matchups at this point I could see Giants/Bucs (or Browns/Steelers) as the Saturday night wild card game.






Assuming everything stays current and the Steelers don't drop to the #4 seed this weekend with a loss to the Jaguars, I'd see the TV schedule for Wild Card weekend being:
Sat
Vikings at Seahawks
Browns/Titans/Bills at Steelers
Sun
Giants at Bucs
Jaguars at Chargers

Due to the 2 West Coast games, you couldn't do what the networks would probably like and have the Giants in prime time on Saturday and then have the Steelers lead into 60 Minutes on Sunday.
The Titans collapsing in the last 7 minutes pretty much rendered the X-Mas Eve game between the Broncos and Chargers meaningless.
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Whoo-hoo! Thanks, Houston!

Now I have to root for the Chefs. Great googily-moogily...




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    Originally posted by whatever
    Whoo-hoo! Thanks, Houston!

    Now I have to root for the Chefs. Great googily-moogily...


I don't think Tennessee is going to make a playoff impact, but the Cleveland/Buffalo tilt on Sunday might be the last game left with huge playoff implications. The Browns should win, but Buffalo has their Jekyll/Hyde possibility.
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Also, I'm pretty sure I've seen the "Browns" version of the NFL Fans commercial enough times to recite it from memory. Those are fun commercials, but they really need to be rotated more frequently.
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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.07
    Originally posted by The Goon
    I don't think Tennessee is going to make a playoff impact


It all hinges on the health of Albert Haynesworth. If he's playing, I like our chances.
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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.19
    Originally posted by The Goon
    Also, I'm pretty sure I've seen the "Browns" version of the NFL Fans commercial enough times to recite it from memory. Those are fun commercials, but they really need to be rotated more frequently.


I hate the NFL Fans ads so much. All they do is make me hate each respective fan base. I fear the day when there is a Packers ad.



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