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NOW WITH 50% MORE WORK SHOWING, HOPEFULLY I DIDN'T SCREW IT UP AGAIN.
When I say common games, I mean games that will be common at the end of the year, the only time that these tiebreakers actually matter. So at the end of the year, Washington and Tampa Bay's common opponents will be Detroit, New Orleans, Dallas, and Seattle. Washington won against Dallas and New Orleans, and Tampa Bay lost to New Orleans. To not consider Washington's win over Dallas until Tampa Bay plays them in week 8 doesn't make sense to me.

AFC
1. Tennessee (4-0, AFC South Champions)
2. Buffalo (4-0, AFC East Champions)
3. Pittsburgh (3-1, AFC North Champions), won tiebreaker with Denver (3-0 in conference)
4. Denver (3-1, AFC West Champions), lost tiebreaker with Pittsburgh (2-1 in conference)
5. New England (2-1), won tiebreaker with Baltimore (3-5 SOV)
6. Baltimore (2-1), lost tiebreaker with New England (1-7 SOV)
7. San Diego (2-2), won 3-way-tiebreaker with Jacksonville and NY Jets (2-1 in conference)
8. Jacksonville (2-2), lost tiebreaker with San Diego, won tiebreaker with NY Jets(2-2 in conference)
9. NY Jets (2-2), lost tiebreakers with San Diego and Jacksonville (1-2 in conference)
10. Miami (1-2), won tiebreaker with Indianapolis (1-1 in conference)
11. Indianapolis (1-2), lost tiebreaker with Miami (0-1 in conference)
12. Cleveland (1-3), won tiebreaker with Oakland (1-2 in conference) [Oakland had previously won divisional tiebreaker with Kansas City]
13. Oakland (1-3), won divisional tiebreaker with Kansas City (head-to-head win), lost tiebreaker with Cleveland (1-3 in conference)
14. Kansas City (1-3), lost tiebreaker with Oakland (head-to-head loss)
15. Houston (0-3)
16. Cincinnati (0-4)

NFC
1. NY Giants (3-0, NFC East Champions)
2. Carolina (3-1, NFC South Champions), won divisional tiebreaker with Tampa Bay (1-0 in division)
3. Arizona (2-2, NFC West Champions), won divisional tiebreaker with San Francisco (head-to-head win), won tiebreaker with Green Bay (3-4 SOV)
4. Green Bay (2-2, NFC North Champions), won divisional tiebreaker with Chicago (2-0 in division), lost tiebreaker with Arizona (1-6 SOV)
5. Washington (3-1), won divisional tiebreaker with Dallas (head-to-head win), won tiebreaker with Tampa Bay (2-0 against common opponents)
6. Tampa Bay (3-1), lost tiebreaker with Washington (0-1 against common opponents), won tiebreaker with Dallas (3-1 in conference)
7. Dallas (3-1), lost divisional tiebreaker with Washington (head-to-head loss), lost tiebreaker with Tampa Bay (2-1 in conference)
8. New Orleans (2-2), won divisional tiebreaker with Atlanta (1-0 in division), won 4-way-tie with Philadelphia, Chicago, and San Francisco (2-1 in conference)
9. San Francisco (2-2), lost tiebreaker with New Orleans, won 4-way-tie with Philadelphia, Chicago, and Atlanta (2-2 in conference)
10. Chicago (2-2), lost tiebreakers with New Orleans and San Francisco (1-2 in conference), and won 3-way-tie with Philadelphia and Atlanta (3-4 SOV)
11. Philadelphia (2-2), lost tiebreakers with New Orleans and San Francisco (1-2 in conference), lost tiebreaker to Chicago, and won tiebreaker with Atlanta (3-5 SOV)
12. Atlanta (2-2), lost divisional tiebreaker to New Orleans (0-2 in division), lost tiebreaker to San Francisco (1-2 in conference), lost tiebreakers to Chicago and Philadelphia (1-6 SOV)
13. Seattle (1-2)
14. Minnesota (1-3)
15. Detroit (0-3)
16. St. Louis (0-4)
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