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The W - Football - Week 12 Playoff Standings through MNF
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Zeruel
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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.05
For the non-playoff teams, I'm using the Wild Card tie-breakers. Why? Because I'm calculating how far back they're from the #6 seed.
1. Apply division tie breaker to eliminate all but the highest ranked club in each division prior to proceeding to step 2.
The original seeding within a division upon application of the division tie breaker remains the same for all subsequent applications of the procedure that are necessary to identify the three Wild-Card participants.
2. Head-to-head sweep. (Applicable only if one club has defeated each of the others or if one club has lost to each of the others.)
3. Best won-lost-tied percentage in games played within the conference.
4. Best won-lost-tied percentage in common games, minimum of four.
5. Strength of victory.
6. Strength of schedule.

I __think__ I have all the tie-breakers right. I'm going to double check the 4-7 traffic jam in the NFC.

I have added how many games back the bottom 10 teams are from the last wild card slot.

x-Clinched Wildcard spot
y-Clinched Divisional title
z-Clinched Homefield advantage

ω-Eliminated from divisional title contention
Ω-Eliminated from playoff contention

AFC
1. Pittsburgh Steelers 10-1 (Beat NE) AFC North Leader
2. New England Patriots 10-1 (Lost to Pittsburgh) AFC East Leader
3. San Diego Chargers 8-3 (6-2 in AFC) AFC West Leader
4. Indianapolis Colts 8-3 (4-3 in AFC) AFC South Leader
5. New York Jets 8-3 (6-3 in AFC) Wildcard
6. Baltimore Ravens 7-4 (5-3 in AFC, Beat NY Jets) Wildcard


7. Denver Broncos 7-4 (4-3 in AFC) (beat SD) (0 GB)

8. Jacksonville Jaguars 6-5 (5-4 in AFC) (1 GB)

9. Houston Texans 5-6 (5-3 in AFC) (2 GB)
10. ω-Cincinnati Bengals 5-6 (3-6 in AFC) (2 GB)
11. ω-Buffalo Bills 5-6 (2-6 in AFC) (2 GB)

12. Tennessee Titans 4-7 (3-5 in AFC) (3 GB)
13. Oakland Raiders 4-7 (2-6 in AFC) (3 GB)

14. Kansas City Chiefs 3-8 (2-5 in AFC) (1-0 in common games with Cleveland) (4 GB)
15. ω-Cleveland Browns 3-8 (2-5 in AFC) (1-1 in common games with KC, played Baltimore twice) (4 GB)

16. ω-Miami Dolphins 2-9 (5 GB with 5 to play)

Wildcard Weekend
#6 Ravens @ #3 Chargers
#5 Jets @ #4 Colts
Divisional games
#3 Chargers or Winner of Jets-Colts @ #2 Patriots
Winner of Jets-Colts or #6 Ravens @ #1 Steelers

x-Clinched Wildcard spot
y-Clinched Divisional title
z-Clinched Homefield advantage

ω-Eliminated from divisional title contention
Ω-Eliminated from playoff contention

NFC
1. y-Philadelphia Eagles 10-1 NFC East Champion
2. Atlanta Falcons 9-2 NFC South Leader *up on each South team by 5 with 5 to go, but still plays each one more time. All three teams must win out and beat Atlanta to win division
3. Green Bay Packers 7-4 (6-2 in NFC) NFC North Leader
4. Seattle Seahawks 6-5 (5-3 in NFC, Lost to Rams twice) NFC West Leader
5. Minnesota Vikings 7-4 (4-3 in NFC, Lost to GB) Wildcard
6. St. Louis Rams 5-6 (5-3 in NFC) Wildcard


7. ω-New York Giants 5-6 (4-6 in NFC) (0.5 GB)

8. Arizona Cardinals 4-7 (3-4 in NFC) (Beat Detriot on NFC record; Beat Carolina & Dallas on SoV) (17-27 SoV) (1.5 GB)
9. ω-Dallas Cowboys 4-7 (3-4 in NFC) (Beat Detroit on NFC record; Beat Carolina on SoV) (14-30 SoV) (1.5 GB)
10. Carolina Panthers 4-7 (Beat TB; 1-1 in div; 3-4 in NFC) (Beat Detroit on NFC Record) (12-32 SoV) (1.5 GB)
11. Detroit Lions 4-7 (Beat Chicago, 3-5 in NFC) (Beat TB on common games. 2-1 (it will eventually be 4 games due to one being Chicago)) (1.5 GB)
12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4-7 (Beat NO; Lost to Carolina; 1-2 in Div, 3-5 in NFC) (Beat Chicago head-to-head and on NFC Record; lost to Det on common games 1-2 (it will eventually be 4 games due to one being Atlanta)) (1.5 GB)
13. Chicago Bears 4-7 (Lost to Detroit, 3-6 in NFC) (Beat NO on NFC Record) (1.5 GB)
14. New Orleans Saints 4-7 (Lost to TB; 0-2 in Div; 2-5 in NFC) (Lost to Chicago on NFC Record) (1.5 GB)

15. ω-Washington Redskins 3-8 (3-4 in NFC) (2.5 GB)
16. ω-San Francisco 49ers 1-10 (1-8 in NFC) (4.5 GB with 5 to play)

Wildcard Weekend
#6 Rams @ #3 Packers
#5 Vikings @ #4 Seahawks
Divisional games
#3 Packers or Winner of Vikings-Seahawks @ #2 Falcons
Winner of Vikings-Seahawks or #6 Rams @ #1 Eagles


(edited by Zeruel on 30.11.04 0957)


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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.01
Good to see that the Ravens *still* in the 6th spot because of a tiebreaker...though that could change soon enough.

NFC is amazing. If the Rams lose tonight than literally every team but two will have a great shot at getting in the playoffs....with a 7-9 record, or 8-8 at best. Wow.
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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.29
    Originally posted by BigSteve
    Good to see that the Ravens *still* in the 6th spot because of a tiebreaker...though that could change soon enough.
If we had beaten Cleveland in week 1, this would not matter.



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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.00
Look at all the 4-7 teams in the NFC, must have been "really fun" tabulating all the tie breaking scenarios to give proper seeds Thanks for the work.

Who finishes second in the NFC North is really going to get shafted they will be stronger than who comes in first at the NFC West but will have to play away from home.

Such a huge difference between the two conferences. In the NFC most division have one good/great team and rest bad. East, Philly is great, rest horrible, NYG used to be okay. South, ATL is very good, I wouldn't call them great, I think they are a bit overrated as they play down to their opponents & also plays in a division with a bunch of 4-7 teams... West, is as battle of the average teams who all of a sudden are horrible like Seahawks and STL having a crawl for first place. The only division that has some credibility is the North, with Green Bay and Minnesota being really solid even though at times inconsistent.

In the AFC most division have at least two solid teams in it.


(edited by Net Hack Slasher on 3.12.04 2036)

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