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BORRRRRRR-RRRRRRRING.

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Man, I thought for sure someone would have taken San Diego or Buffalo and been kicking themselves right about now.




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I did take San Diego - but in the other league I'm in (or rather, was in).

Looking at the fixtures, I think it's going to be just as boring next week as well - there's one obvious pick for a winner and no-one left has chosen that team yet.
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I'll piggy-back onto this thread since there was no week 5 NFL discussion thread with
NFL Playoff Seedings After Week 5
NFC
1. NY Giants (4-0, NFC East Champions)
2. Carolina (4-1, NFC South Champions)
3. Arizona (3-2, NFC West Champions). Arizona wins tiebreaker with Chicago with a better Strength of Victory (8-6).
4. Chicago (3-2, NFC North Champions). Chicago loses tiebreaker with Arizona with a worse Strength of Victory (4-9).
5. Washington (4-1). Won divisional tiebreaker with Dallas with a head-to-head win.
6. Dallas (4-1). Lost divisional tiebreaker with Washington with a head-to-head loss.
7. Tampa Bay (3-2). Won divisional tiebreaker with Atlanta with a head-to-head win.
8. Atlanta (3-2). Lost divisional tiebreaker with Tampa Bay with a head-to-head loss.
9. New Orleans (2-3). Won tiebreakers with Green Bay and Philadelphia with a better conference record (2-2) and won tiebreaker with San Francisco with a head-to-head win.
10. San Francisco (2-3). Won tiebreakers with Green Bay and Philadelphia with a better conference record (2-2), and lost tiebreaker with New Orleans with a head-to-head loss.
11. Green Bay (2-3). Won divisional tiebreaker with Minnesota with a head-to-head win. Lost tiebreakers with New Orleans and San Francisco, and won tiebreaker with Philadelphia based on conference record (2-3).
12. Minnesota (2-3). Lost divisional tiebreaker with Minnesota with a head-to-head loss. Won tiebreaker with Philadelphia with a better conference record (2-1).
13. Philadelphia (2-3). Lost tiebreakers with New Orleans, San Francisco, Green Bay, and Minnesota with a worse conference record (1-3).
14. Seattle (1-3)
15. St. Louis (0-4). Won tiebreaker with Detroit with a better conference record (0-3).
16. Detroit (0-4). Lost tiebreaker with St. Louis with a worse conference record (0-4).

AFC
1. Tennessee (5-0, AFC South Champions)
2. Pittsburgh (4-1, AFC North Champions). Won three-way-tiebreaker with Buffalo and Denver with a better conference record (4-0).
3. Buffalo (4-1, AFC East Champions). Lost tiebreaker with Pittsburgh and won tiebreaker with Denver based on conference record (2-0).
4. Denver (4-1, AFC West Champions). Lost tiebreaker with Buffalo and Pittsburgh with a worse conference record (2-1).
5. New England (3-1)
6. Indianapolis (2-2). Won tiebreaker with NY Jets with a better conference record (1-1) and won tiebreaker with Baltimore with a better Strength of Victory (2-7).
7. Baltimore (2-2). Won tiebreaker with NY Jets with a better conference record (2-2) and lost tiebreaker with Indianapolis with a worse Strength of Victory (1-8).
8. NY Jets (2-2). Won divisional tiebreaker with Miami with a head-to-head win. Lost tiebreakers with Indianapolis and Baltimore with a worse divisional record (1-2).
9. Miami (2-2). Lost divisional tiebreaker with NY Jets with a head-to-head loss.
10. San Diego (2-3). Won tiebreaker with Jacksonville with a better conference record (2-2).
11. Jacksonville (2-3). Lost tiebreaker with San Diego with a worse conference record (2-3).
12. Cleveland (1-3). Won tiebreaker with Oakland with a better conference record (1-2).
13. Oakland (1-3). Lost tiebreaker with Cleveland with a worse conference record (1-3).
14. Kansas City (1-4)
15. Houston (0-4)
16. Cincinnati (0-5)
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I don't see all the love for Bill Belichick...yes, he's got his team playing incredibly well right now, but this is more or less the same team that won the Super Bowl two years ago. You've gotta expect a solid season at the very least from them.
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