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Old 03 Dec 2003, 06:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Here's how the playoff race currently shapes up:


Playoff scenarios for Week 14



AFC playoff race NFC playoff race
Team W L T Div Conf Team W L T Div Conf
Chiefs 11 1 0 5-0 10-1 Eagles 9 3 0 3-1 7-2
Patriots 10 2 0 2-1 7-1 Rams 9 3 0 3-2 7-3
Colts 9 3 0 3-1 7-2 Panthers 8 4 0 5-0 6-2
Bengals 7 5 0 3-1 6-4 Vikings 7 5 0 4-1 6-3
x-Titans 9 3 0 3-1 6-3 x-Cowboys 8 4 0 3-0 6-2
x-Dolphins 8 4 0 2-1 5-4 x-Seahawks 8 4 0 3-0 6-2
Ravens 7 5 0 1-2 4-4 Saints 6 6 0 3-2 5-4
Broncos 7 5 0 4-1 6-3 Packers 6 6 0 3-2 6-5



x -- would make playoffs as a wild-card team.


The Colts would win the AFC South based on head-to-head win over the Titans.

The Bengals would win the AFC North based on head-to-head win over the Ravens.

Philadelphia is the No. 1 seed in the NFC based on better conference record than the Rams.

Cowboys would be No. 5 seed over the Seahawks based on strength of victory (.432 vs. 417).


Wild-card matchups
AFC
Miami Dolphins at Indianapolis Colts
Tennessee Titans at Cincinnati Bengals

First-round byes: Kansas City Chiefs, New England Patriots.

NFC
Seattle Seahawks at Carolina Panthers

Dallas Cowboys at Minnesota Vikings

First-round byes: Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams


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oh yeah......KC vs Philly in Houston.....
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All of that will be affected one way or another this weekend, because the Colts and Titans square off for the second time, the Cowboys and Eagles meet again, the Dolphins and Patriots meet, and the Chiefs go up against the Broncos. I also think that the Vikings are goin up against the Seahawks. This weekend has A LOT of playoff implications. It should make the stretch run very intresting.
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The more and more I look at it the next Super Bowl champ is gonna be an AFC team. All the marquee teams(KC, IND, TEN, and NE)this year reside in the AFC. The eventual champ is coming from this foursome. The Chiefs are having one of those special seasons....a soild OL, a dominant running game, and explosive special teams play. Home-field advantage throughout the playoffs shouldn't hurt either. The Pats have used something like 40 different starters but got a brilliant coaching job from Belichek. The experience of hoisting a Super Bowl trophy two years ago will make them even tougher to eliminate. The Colts have Manning, James, and Harrison the same way the Cowboys once had Aikman, Smith, and Irvin. The Titans might have the most formidable team if they can stay healthy. Only two teams stand out in the NFC to me are the Eagles and Rams. Now the Eagles can't stop the run(four straight opposing backs have gained 100 yards rushing)and they remain a one man team on offense living and dying with the play of McNabb. The Rams have the easier schedule the rest of the way but Bulger is not playoff proven and he has thrown 17 INT's. No other NFC team has a chance against a top AFC team. Cowboys??? They were exposed by the Pats and Dolphins. Carolina??? They were exposed by the Cowboys. Vikings??? The Bengals look better than the Vikes lately. Seahawks??? Could be a darkhorse if they learn to win on the road.
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