AFC 1. Indianapolis (6-0) AFC South leaders 2. Denver (5-1) AFC West leaders 3. Cincinnati (5-1) AFC North leaders 4. Buffalo (3-3) AFC East leaders 5. Jacksonville (4-2) Wild card 6. Kansas City (3-2) Wild card 7. Pittsburgh (3-2) 8. San Diego (3-3) 9. New England (3-3) 10. Baltimore (2-3) 11. Miami (2-3) 12. Cleveland (2-3) 13. Tennessee (2-4) 14. N.Y. Jets (2-4) 15. Oakland (1-4) 16. Houston (0-5)
NFC 1. Tampa Bay (5-1) NFC South leaders 2. Dallas (4-2) NFC East leaders 3. Seattle (4-2) NFC West leaders 4. Chicago (2-3) NFC North leaders 5. Atlanta (4-2) Wild card 6. Carolina (4-2) Wild card 7. Washington (3-2) 8. N.Y. Giants (3-2) 9. Philadelphia (3-2) 10. Detroit (2-3) 11. St. Louis (2-4) 12. New Orleans (2-4) 13. Minnesota (1-4) 14. Green Bay (1-4) 15. Arizona (1-4) 16. San Francisco (1-4)
Wild Card Matchups: AFC: Kansas City at Cincinnati, Jacksonville at Buffalo NFC: Carolina at Seattle, Atlanta at Chicago
First-round byes: AFC: Indianapolis, Denver NFC: Tampa Bay, Dallas
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"He is the most overrated piece of crap in the league. He bitched and whined after he got his ass beaten in New England last year, so the NFL changed the rules. Then he got his ass beaten in New England again. Every year he's the top MVP candidate. Every year he's supposed to be the best. Every year he's going to carry the Colts to the Super Bowl. And every single year he goes to New England and gets his ass beaten. And his brother's a whiny little bitch." -A friend of mine, on Peyton Manning
They're 1-0 in the AFC East and the Patriots are 0-0.
As for the NFC, NFC SOUTH IN DA HOUSE.
And for the love of god, I hope the Vikings show up to play next week.
Oh and thoughts on the Carolina/Detriot game - Detroit sucks, plan and simple. Carolina was trying to give that game away. They're a running team who refused to run the ball even after Delhomme threw three picks. Just simply an awful game, and yet Carolina had to account for the majority of Detroit's points.
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The Lions are horrible, but, after looking at the remaining schedule, I still see them finishing at 8 and 8. I think the Bears will edge them out at 9 and 7. This is a division that has a combined six wins right now. SIX! All four of these teams are just horrible. I say drop the division champ (?) from these goofs and add a wild card for someone with a decent record. This isn't going to be pretty. And Joey Harrington. Dude, listen. You are getting paid MILLIONS of dollars. Please at least TRY to look like you know what you are doing out there. I am totally ready for the Orlovsky era to begin. I long for the days of Scott Mitchell and Andre Ware. Seriously.
Well all the sites say, 1) If a non-BCS school finishes in the Top 6, then Notre Dame is guaranteed of being selected as long as they A) have 9 wins (which is what you need to be BCS eligible) or B) are in the Top 10 of the BCS rankings.