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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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