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Old 12-24-2011, 05:04 PM
 
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Any chance we can sticky this? Anyway, here are the standings:


AFC
  1. New England- 12-3(can't finish worse than 2nd)
  2. Baltimore- 11-4(clinch division with win or Pittsburgh loss, and 1st round BYE with win)
  3. Houston- 10-5(clinch first round BYE with win, Baltimore loss, and Pittsburgh win. 3rd seed otherwise)
  4. Denver- 8-7(clinch #4 seed with win or Oakland loss)
  5. Pittsburgh- 11-4(clinch division and first round BYE with win and Baltimore loss, 5th seed otherwise)
  6. Cincinnati- 9-6(clinch #6 seed with win)
NFC
  1. Green Bay- 13-1(clinch #1 seed with win, can't finish worse than 2nd)
  2. San Francisco- 11-3(clinch first round BYE with win and New Orleans loss)
  3. New Orleans- 11-3(clinch division with win or Atlanta loss)
  4. Dallas- 8-7(clinch #4 seed with win)
  5. Detroit- 10-5(clinched playoff spot)
  6. Atlanta- 9-5(clinch playoff spot with win)
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Old 12-24-2011, 06:47 PM
 
Location: Asheville
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Any chance we can sticky this? Anyway, here are the standings:


AFC
  1. New England- 12-3(can't finish worse than 2nd)
  2. Baltimore- 11-4(clinch division with win or Pittsburgh loss, and 1st round BYE with win)
  3. Houston- 10-5(clinch first round BYE with win, Baltimore loss, and Pittsburgh win. 3rd seed otherwise)
  4. Denver- 8-7(clinch #4 seed with win or Oakland loss)
  5. Pittsburgh- 11-4(clinch division and first round BYE with win and Baltimore loss, 5th seed otherwise)
  6. Cincinnati- 9-6(clinch #6 seed with win)
NFC
  1. Green Bay- 13-1(clinch #1 seed with win, can't finish worse than 2nd)
  2. San Francisco- 11-3(clinch first round BYE with win and New Orleans loss)
  3. New Orleans- 11-3(clinch division with win or Atlanta loss)
  4. Dallas- 8-7(clinch #4 seed with win)
  5. Detroit- 10-5(clinched playoff spot)
  6. Atlanta- 9-5(clinch playoff spot with win)
not sure if Oakland gets in if they win, and Cincy losses.

if they do thats probably the best scenario for the Raiders, can't imagine KC going to Denver and winning
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Old 12-24-2011, 06:51 PM
 
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not sure if Oakland gets in if they win, and Cincy losses.

if they do thats probably the best scenario for the Raiders, can't imagine KC going to Denver and winning

Oakland wins the AFC West with a win and a Denver loss. Not sure what Cincy has to do with it.
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Old 12-24-2011, 07:19 PM
 
Location: Asheville
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Oakland wins the AFC West with a win and a Denver loss. Not sure what Cincy has to do with it.
if Denver beats the Chiefs they win the west.

I was wondering if the Raiders have a chance to catch the Bengals for the last wild card spot.
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Old 12-24-2011, 07:24 PM
 
Location: Here or There
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Well, technically, the Giants are in the 4 seed. They and Dallas are tied...
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Old 12-24-2011, 07:32 PM
 
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Here are the scenarios:


Ravens win AFC North(and first round BYE)
1)Win
or
2)Pittsburgh loss


Steelers win AFC North(and first round BYE)
1)Win and Baltimore loss


Broncos win AFC West
1)Win
or
2)Oakland loss
or
3)Both tie


Raiders win AFC West
1)Win and Denver loss


Patriots clinch home field throughout the playoffs
1)Win or tie
or
2)Pittsburgh and Baltimore both lose or tie


Ravens clinch home field throughout the playoffs
1)Win and New England loss


Steelers clinch home field throughout the playoffs
1)Win and losses by Pittsburgh and New England


Bengals clinch the #6 seed
1)Win or tie
or
2)Tennessee win and losses by New York and Oakland


Jets clinch the #6 seed
1)Win and losses by Cincinnati, Tennessee, and Oakland


Titans clinch the #6 seed
1)Win, Jets win, and losses by Cincinnati and Oakland
or
2)Win, wins by Denver and Oakland, and losses by Cincinnati and New York
---------------------------------------
Cowboys win NFC East
1)Win


Giants win NFC East
1)Win or tie


Saints win NFC South
1)Win
or
2)Atlanta loss


Falcons win NFC South
1)Win last 2 games and Saints lose last 2 games


Packers clinch home field throughout playoffs
1)Win or tie
or
2)San Francisco loss or tie


49ers clinch first round BYE
1)Win and New Orleans loss


Falcons clinch Wildcard spot
1)Win or tie
or
2)Chicago loss or tie


Bears clinch Wildcard
1)Win last 2 games and Atlants lose last 2 games
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Old 12-25-2011, 08:20 AM
 
Location: Marietta, GA
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At least Rex Ryan and the blow hard Jets are just about eliminated. Hearing Rex tell us how they are going to win the AFC East and then the Superbowl the last 3 years is getting really old.

The only way they make it in is if they win and 3 other teams lose together. Time for Rex to S.T.F.U. Maybe the Jets will fire him, dump Sanchez, and move on.
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Old 12-25-2011, 05:03 PM
 
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At least Rex Ryan and the blow hard Jets are just about eliminated. Hearing Rex tell us how they are going to win the AFC East and then the Superbowl the last 3 years is getting really old.

The only way they make it in is if they win and 3 other teams lose together. Time for Rex to S.T.F.U. Maybe the Jets will fire him, dump Sanchez, and move on.

Rex is an overrated coach and a loud mouth. Jets aren't winning anything with him.

As for Sanchez, he has been terrible this year. He has made poor decisions with the football all year. But in his defense, the OL has been terrible. They also need another wideout. Sanchez deserves blame, but certainly not all of it.
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Old 12-25-2011, 08:03 PM
 
Location: Texas
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At least Rex Ryan and the blow hard Jets are just about eliminated. Hearing Rex tell us how they are going to win the AFC East and then the Superbowl the last 3 years is getting really old.

The only way they make it in is if they win and 3 other teams lose together. Time for Rex to S.T.F.U. Maybe the Jets will fire him, dump Sanchez, and move on.

Didja hear what Brandon Jacobs was overheard telling Rex during the game?

"It's time for you to shut up, fat boy."
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Old 12-25-2011, 08:04 PM
 
Location: Texas
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Originally Posted by WakaFlocka View Post
Any chance we can sticky this? Anyway, here are the standings:


AFC
  1. New England- 12-3(can't finish worse than 2nd)
  2. Baltimore- 11-4(clinch division with win or Pittsburgh loss, and 1st round BYE with win)
  3. Houston- 10-5(clinch first round BYE with win, Baltimore loss, and Pittsburgh win. 3rd seed otherwise)
  4. Denver- 8-7(clinch #4 seed with win or Oakland loss)
  5. Pittsburgh- 11-4(clinch division and first round BYE with win and Baltimore loss, 5th seed otherwise)
  6. Cincinnati- 9-6(clinch #6 seed with win)
NFC
  1. Green Bay- 13-1(clinch #1 seed with win, can't finish worse than 2nd)
  2. San Francisco- 11-3(clinch first round BYE with win and New Orleans loss)
  3. New Orleans- 11-3(clinch division with win or Atlanta loss)
  4. Dallas- 8-7(clinch #4 seed with win)
  5. Detroit- 10-5(clinched playoff spot)
  6. Atlanta- 9-5(clinch playoff spot with win)

You've got more confidence in the Cowboys than I have.
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