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NFL PLAYOFF SEEDINGS AFTER WEEK 9

AFC
1. Indianapolis (8-0) AFC South leaders
2. Cincinnati (7-2) AFC North leaders
3. Denver (6-2) AFC West leaders
4. New England (4-4) AFC East leaders
5. Pittsburgh (6-2) Wild card
6. Jacksonville (5-3) Wild card

7. Kansas City (5-3)
8. San Diego (5-4)
9. Buffalo (3-5)
10. Oakland (3-5)
11. Miami (3-5)
12. Cleveland (3-5)
13. Baltimore (2-6)
14. N.Y. Jets (2-6)
15. Tennessee (2-7)
16. Houston (1-7)

NFC
1. Seattle (6-2) NFC West leaders
2. N.Y. Giants (6-2) NFC East leaders
3. Atlanta (6-2) NFC South leaders
4. Chicago (5-3) NFC North leaders
5. Carolina (6-2) Wild card
6. Washington (5-3) Wild card

7. Dallas (5-3)
8. Tampa Bay (5-3)
9. St. Louis (4-4)
10. Philadelphia (4-4)
11. Minnesota (3-5)
12. Detroit (3-5)
13. Arizona (2-6)
14. San Francisco (2-6)
15. New Orleans (2-7)
16. Green Bay (1-7)

Wild Card Matchups:
AFC: Jacksonville at Denver, Pittsburgh at New England
NFC: Washington at Atlanta, Carolina at Chicago

First-round byes:
AFC: Indianapolis, Cincinnati
NFC: Seattle, N.Y. Giants



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I don't suppose I could pester someone to explain the math used to calculate the mess that is the NFC right now, save Chicago?

It would figure that both Philly and NE would go 4-4 after the Super Bowl, but NE would still be in playoff contention while Philly is slowly drifting away. As much as NE had quite the hellish schedule thus far, they've been lucky that the floor has fallen out of their conference. KC and TB look like the closest thing to challenges they face the rest of the season, so it looks like, despite all their injuries, they have a good shot to run the table the rest of the way. I can only hope that when NE does make the playoffs, they'll face either an angry Steelers team or the Colts at home to finally knock them out, but of course, having done the job last night, I expect them to march into Indy and destroy them there.

If Philly's going to stand a chance, they HAVE to beat Dallas at home. Not only must they avenge their earlier beating, but they need to prove they don't need TO and with their road record this season every home game is ultra important. If Dallas beats them Monday, Philly is done. As it is, the wild card race in the NFC is going to be insane.





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    Originally posted by EddieBurkett
    I don't suppose I could pester someone to explain the math used to calculate the mess that is the NFC right now, save Chicago?


For NFC South:
ATLANTA and CAROLINA have not played, so ATLANTA wins on divisonal record. (ATL 1-0 vs. CAR 1-1)

For #1 seed:
SEATTLE and N.Y GIANTS over ATLANTA via conference record. (SEA 5-1, NYG 5-1, ATL 3-1)
SEATTLE and N.Y. GIANTS have four common opponents (Arizona, Washington, St. Louis, Dallas). SEATTLE's record in those games is 4-1, N.Y. GIANTS is 3-1. SEATTLE is the #1 seed, N.Y. GIANTS #2.

For #6 seed:
WASHINGTON def. DALLAS on 9/19. WASHINGTON beats TAMPA BAY on conference record (5-1 vs. 3-2) for #6. DALLAS beats TAMPA BAY on conference record (4-2 vs. 3-2) for #7.





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And for those of us who's team is on the outside looking in:

Draft order through Week 9:

1 PACKERS 0.458
2 TEXANS 0.600
3 JETS 0.417
4 49ERS 0.500 *
4 CARDINALS 0.500 *
6 TITANS 0.583
7 RAVENS 0.640
8 SAINTS 0.708
9 BILLS 0.375 *
9 DOLPHINS 0.375 *
9 LIONS 0.375 *
9 VIKINGS 0.375 *
13 BROWNS 0.515
14 RAIDERS 0.640
15 RAMS 0.417
16 EAGLES 0.688
17 BUCCANEERS 0.560 *
17 CHIEFS 0.560 *
19 CHARGERS 0.583
20 COWBOYS 0.625

* Indicates tie for position


(edited by brick on 8.11.05 1101)

(edited by brick on 8.11.05 1102)
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JJD, thanks! I always look forward to your weekly rankings, now moreso than ever given how tight the races are.



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Madden quotes Flair.

Did anyone catch the Monday Night opening chat with Al and John, where Madden talks about "having the beat the man in order to be the man"?

I can't believe 4-4 gets you first place in your division, but as a Pats fan, I'll take it. I have to. Will this team win two games in a row this season? We've had win-lose-win-lose-win-lose...... so far.

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HEY will Cincinatti take their bye week already so Pittsburgh can have first place in the NFL Playoff Seedings After Week? (Disregard if Batch causes us to lose to Cleveland.)
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Who would've guessed that the AFC North and the AFC East would've secretly switched during the offseason?



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