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NFL PLAYOFF SEEDINGS AFTER WEEK 9

AFC
1. Kansas City (8-0) AFC West leaders
2. Indianapolis (7-1) AFC South leaders
3. New England (7-2) AFC East leaders
4. Baltimore (5-3) AFC North leaders
5. Tennessee (6-2) Wild card
6. Miami (5-3) Wild card

7. Denver (5-4)
8. Buffalo (4-4)
9. Cincinnati (3-5)
10. Houston (3-5)
11. Cleveland (3-5)
12. N. Y. Jets (2-6)
13. Pittsburgh (2-6)
14. Oakland (2-6)
15. Jacksonville (1-7)
16. San Diego (1-7)

NFC
1. Carolina (6-2) NFC South leaders
2. Seattle (6-2) NFC West leaders
3. Dallas (6-2) NFC East leaders
4. Minnesota (6-2) NFC North leaders
5. Philadelphia (5-3) Wild card
6. St. Louis (5-3) Wild card

7. N. Y. Giants (4-4)
8. Green Bay (4-4)
9. Tampa Bay (4-4)
10. San Francisco (4-5)
11. New Orleans (4-5)
12. Arizona (3-5)
13. Washington (3-5)
14. Chicago (3-5)
15. Detroit (2-6)
16. Atlanta (1-7)

Wild Card Matchups:
AFC: Miami at New England, Tennessee at Baltimore
NFC: St. Louis at Dallas, Philadelphia at Minnesota

First-round byes:
AFC: Kansas City, Indianapolis
NFC: Carolina, Seattle

(edited by JayJayDean on 4.11.03 0727)

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So both SB teams might not even make it back to the playoffs this year. Shame.

My Cowboys #3....Sweet.

I expect KC to have the perfect season, though...




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Thank God the Danny Kannell Era is over in Denver - now if only Jake can be more careful taking off his shoes.....



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    Originally posted by dunkndollaz
    Thank God the Danny Kannell Era is over in Denver - now if only Jake can be more careful taking off his shoes.....


I don't blame Kanell for what happened last night. I blame Shanahan and his shitty playcalling (note to media: stop referring to him as a genius--never was and never will be) and Deltha O'neal. Why we kept him instead of Denard Walker is beyond me.



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New England is a DANGEROUS team.They are coached well by Bill Belicheck and led well by Tom Brady.They win last night and Troy Brown dosent get a catch.They indeed have a wealth of wide recievers at their disposal.Miami a wild card team half way through the season?Wont last as Im sure the freeze out is bound to happen.

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The Patriots got lucky. No Elam means no field goals. On both of those third downs at the 30, Denver should've run the ball, and then passed on 4th down. No 13 yard net punts, please.

-Jag

Though the second one turned out all right with the Pats backed up at the goal line, and the eventual safety (which was a brilliant move there).



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Miami is a dead team. Dave Wannstedt killed Ricky Williams with that 42 rush game on week 3. What I can't believe is that all 3 of their losses are at home this year.

While I will not say the Pats got lucky last night. I will say they got a few breaks. But most of them were from Denver nothing thinking. How can you not field a punted ball after a safety. Bill Belicheck has shown this year that he is a man among boys when it comes to coaching. He has now had 40 different starter this year and he is 7-2. Bye this win and next week it will be Tuna Bowl.
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    Originally posted by Broncolanche
      Originally posted by dunkndollaz
      Thank God the Danny Kannell Era is over in Denver - now if only Jake can be more careful taking off his shoes.....


    I don't blame Kanell for what happened last night. I blame Shanahan and his shitty playcalling (note to media: stop referring to him as a genius--never was and never will be) and Deltha O'neal. Why we kept him instead of Denard Walker is beyond me.

Did you see the Packer receivers beating Walker like the proverbial government mule on Sunday night? I'll bet Viking fans would gladly exchange Walker for O'Neal.



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    Originally posted by Jaguar
    The Patriots got lucky. No Elam means no field goals. On both of those third downs at the 30, Denver should've run the ball, and then passed on 4th down. No 13 yard net punts, please.


If the Pats got lucky, then what did the Broncos get when Richard Seymour was added to the injured list on game-day, and the referees tried as hard as they could to HAND the game to the Broncos, with no-call after no-call on them, while keeping the strictest handcuffs there were on the Pats.


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I expect my favourite team, the Buffalo Bills, to probably finish 8-8.

Don't think the Chiefs will have a perfect record. The NFL schedule is just so grueling that, even in the best of situations, it's almost impossible to accomplish it. If I had to pick anyone for the Chiefs to lose to, it might be in Cincinnati in Week 11.

As for the Patriots, their season is making me believe more and more that Belichick is the best coach period in the NFL. I see that they're playing the Cowboys pretty soon too. *drools over a Belichick v. Parcells coaching matchup*



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    Originally posted by calvinh0560
    Miami is a dead team. Dave Wannstedt killed Ricky Williams with that 42 rush game on week 3. What I can't believe is that all 3 of their losses are at home this year.

    While I will not say the Pats got lucky last night. I will say they got a few breaks. But most of them were from Denver nothing thinking. How can you not field a punted ball after a safety. Bill Belicheck has shown this year that he is a man among boys when it comes to coaching. He has now had 40 different starter this year and he is 7-2. Bye this win and next week it will be Tuna Bowl.


I hope Miami is a dead team ... they've gotta come to Nashville this week ...



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