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  • IF the season ended TODAY....(after week 9)

    Well, it's Tuesday, and that means another edition of If the season ended today.

    With each passing week, we get deeper and deeper into the season, meaning each of these are more and more important.

    Big win for us this week. With New England's loss we now have the same record of all the other division leaders except Indy..who will be hard for us to catch.

    Not only do we have the same record as the other two leaders, but we also have the tiebreaker over them.

    Now we need to concentrate on putting San Diego behind us.

    Here's how the AFC Looks after week 9:

    1. Indy 8-0
    2. Denver 6-2
    3. Baltimore 6-2
    4. New England 6-2
    5. San Diego 6-2 (1st WC)
    6. Jacksonville 5-3 (2nd WC)
    Explanations
    Indy is first because they have the best record (By 2 games AND tie-breaker)
    Denver is leading their division because of a better division record than SD, since they haven't played head to head. They are second because of a tiebreaker over Baltimore and New England.
    Baltimore is third because they have a better AFC record than the Pats, and since they haven't played head to head, that gives them the advantage.
    New England is fourth because they are the last division leader.
    San Diego is fifth because they have the best record among non division leaders.
    Jacksonville is sixth because they have the next best record among non division leaders, and have a better AFC record than KC.

    matchups
    Denver and Indy have bye weeks.
    Jax @ Baltimore
    SD @ New England

    In the NFC...

    1.Chicago 7-1
    2. NY Giants 6-2
    3. New Orleans 6-2
    4. Seattle 5-3
    5. Atlanta 5-3 (1st WC)
    6. Minnesota 4-4 (2nd WC)

    Explanations
    Chicago has the best record, they are first.
    The Giants are second because of a better strength of victory than New Orleans.
    New Orleans is third because they have the best record among remaining division leaders.
    Seattle has the worst record among division leaders, so they are fourth.
    Atlanta is fifth because they have the best record among non division leaders.
    Of the 5 4-4 NFC teams, Minnesota is the sixth and final playoff team because of the highest NFC record.

    Matchups

    Minnesota @ New Orleans
    Atlanta @ Seattle


    Enjoy!
    Last edited by RunYouOver; 11-07-2006, 07:32 PM.
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    Nice thought out post lol. I want Colts to lose at least 2 more and us win the rest, though thats highly unlikely lol. I guys we will probably be going back to indianapolis for the playoffs, lets hope we can replay the favor this time to them since they beat us in our turff, lets go out and beat them.
    GO Broncos!!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by shannhanfan77
      Nice thought out post lol. I want Colts to lose at least 2 more and us win the rest, though thats highly unlikely lol. I guys we will probably be going back to indianapolis for the playoffs, lets hope we can replay the favor this time to them since they beat us in our turff, lets go out and beat them.

      Well, Indy would need to lose at least three, and we'd need to win out to move up to the #1 seed.

      They have a tie-breaker over us from last weeks loss....
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          Broncos vs. Colts for the AFC Championship
          Bears vs. Giants for the NFC Championship

          Superbowl champion is Broncos over the Bears.
          XBL: The1Executioner

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          • #6
            good thread, but jacksonville has the same record as KC, whats the tie breaker between them?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by fosterj2003
              good thread, but jacksonville has the same record as KC, whats the tie breaker between them?

              Jacksonville's AFC record is 3-2, KC's is 1-3.

              They haven't played head to head, so that's how Jax is ahead.
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