AFC 1 Indianapolis 7-0 AFC South leaders 2 New England 6-1 AFC East leaders 3 Denver 5-2 AFC West leaders 4 Baltimore 5-2 AFC North leaders 5 San Diego 5-2 6 Cincinnati 4-3 7 Jacksonville 4-3 8 Kansas City 4-3 9 N.Y. Jets 4-4 10 Pittsburgh 2-5 11 Cleveland 2-5 12 Buffalo 2-5 13 Tennessee 2-5 14 Houston 2-5 15 Oakland 2-5 16 Miami 1-6
NFC 1 Chicago 7-0 NFC North leaders 2 N.Y. Giants 5-2 NFC East leaders 3 New Orleans 5-2 NFC South leaders 4 Seattle 4-3 NFC West leaders 5 Atlanta 5-2 6 Minnesota 4-3 7 St. Louis 4-3 8 Dallas 4-3 9 Philadelphia 4-4 10 Carolina 4-4 11 Green Bay 3-4 12 San Francisco 2-5 13 Tampa Bay 2-5 14 Washington 2-5 15 Detroit 1-6 16 Arizona 1-7
AFC Playoffs: Byes: Indianapolis, New England First-round match-ups: Cincinnati at Denver, San Diego at Baltimore
NFC Playoffs: Byes: Chicago, N.Y. Giants First-round match-ups: Minnesota at New Orleans, Atlanta at Seattle
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smark/net attack Advisory System Status is: Elevated (Holds; June 18, 2006) While the switch from Cena to RVD should alleviate some complaints, the inevitability of the belt's return to Cena (note where Summerslam is this year) and the poor initial showing by the new ECW are enough to keep the indicator where it is for now. The pieces are in place, though, especially on RAW, for improvements to be made to the IWC's psyche in the near future.
I remember 8 weeks ago when everyone had Miami as their pick for the Super Bowl. This week, their record isn't even as good as the Raiders. Let me say that again: The RAIDERS have a better record than the Dolphins! How the hell did this happen?
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WCW: Hulk Hogan d. Randy Savage in a main event no one cared about, but Roddy Piper came out immediately after to end Halloween Havoc with a bang. The Outsiders won their first WCW Tag Team titles by beating Harlem Heat.
Originally posted by It's FalseI remember 8 weeks ago when everyone had Miami as their pick for the Super Bowl. This week, their record isn't even as good as the Raiders. Let me say that again: The RAIDERS have a better record than the Dolphins! How the hell did this happen?
While I thought Miami would be good enough to get a Wild Card spot (I didn't think they'd be THIS bad), the predictions by some people of them winning the AFC East and possibly going to the Super Bowl were laughable, IMHO.
I was just watching "The Redskins Report" here on my local NBC with host George Michael and regular guests Sonny Jurgensen, John Riggins, and Michael Wilbon. In the show Michael brought up that this might be Smoot's last year with the 'Skins.