The Road to SuperBowl XLIV: The Official 2010 NFL Playoffs Thread (1 Viewer)

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PFT has the AFC scenarios by team here:

Team-by-team AFC playoff scenarios | ProFootballTalk.com

Jets and Ravens: Win and they're in.

Broncos:
The Broncos are in the best position after that. If Denver beats Kansas City at home, the Broncos just need two other things to happen.

The Broncos need the Ravens or Jets to lose, and need to not finish in a two-way tie with the Steelers for the final spot; Pittsburgh beat them head-to-head. If it's a three or four way tie, Denver's superior conference record would take over.

The Broncos, then, are in the odd position of wanting the 8-7 Texans to win because Houston could negate Pittsburgh's advantage over Denver in a head-to-head tiebreaker.

Steelers:
The league office announced today that the Steelers will make the playoffs if they beat the Dolphins on Sunday and any of the following three things happen:

1. The Texans and Jets both lose or tie.

2. The Texans and Ravens both lose or tie.

3. The Jets, Ravens and Broncos all lose or tie.[/quote]

Texans: Two of the following three teams to lose or tie: Jets, Ravens, and Broncos. They play their game in the morning, the others all play in the evening and are all probably going to be heavily favored.

Dolphins and Jags still alive, but need a lot to happen. Will post if those planets start to align, otherwise not worth caring about I don't think.
 

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The playoffs should be interesting. It looked like Minnesota and New Orleans we set to meet in NFC Championship. Now both have experienced losses and each to teams they should have beat. I still think Minnesota can correct their ship but New Orleans is to turnover dependent which will cost them.

As for the AFC my view is the Chargers are better than the Colts. You can also never count out the Patriots. But who knows how things will go. It does appear the NFC has the better talent (given the records).
 

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Ramy and or other Mod... It appears myself and meStevo have created a 2010 NFL Playoff thread at the exact same time. Feel free to merge the two.
 

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Since it was buried in the NFL Sticky Thread, I'll post it here...

What will be interesting is to see what happens in next Sunday nights' game.

If the Patriots beat the Texans in the early game they will, I believe, lock up the #3 seed. This will give the Bengals the #4 seed with nothing to play for in the Sunday night game against the Jets. Do the Bengals rest their players ala the Colts and essentially allow the Jets into the playoffs?

And since this game has been moved to Sunday Night, a national audience might witness the first team to have been essentially propelled into the playoffs by default. (With the Colts laying down in Week 15 and the Bengals laying down in Week 16).

Next Sunday Night, the Integrity of the NFL is at stake.
 
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The Schedule:


Saturday, Jan. 9

AFC Wildcard @ NE/CIN OR NFC Wildcard @ Arizona- 4:30pm ET/1:30pm PT (NBC/NBC-HD)
AFC Wildcard @ NE/CIN OR NFC Wildcard @ Arizona- 8:15pm ET/5:15pm PT (NBC/NBC-HD)

Sunday, Jan. 10

NFC Wildcard @ PHI/DAL/MIN- 1:00pm ET/10:00am PT (FOX/FOX-HD)
AFC Wildcard @ NE/CIN- 4:30pm ET/1:30pm PT (CBS/CBS-HD)


Saturday, Jan. 16

NFC Divisional @ NO/#2 seed- 4:30pm ET/1:30pm PT (FOX/FOX-HD)
AFC Divisional @ San Diego- 8:15pm ET/5:15pm PT (CBS/CBS-HD)

Sunday, Jan. 17

AFC Divisional @ Indianapolis- 1:00pm ET/10:00am PT (CBS/CBS-HD)
NFC Divisional @ NO/#2 seed- 4:45pm ET/1:45pm PT (FOX/FOX-HD)


Sunday, Jan.24

AFC Championship Game- 3:00pm ET/12noon PT (CBS/CBS-HD)
NFC Championship Game- 6:30pm ET/3:30pm PT (FOX/FOX-HD)



Sunday, Feb. 7

Super Bowl XLIV @ Miami- 6:25pm ET/3:25pm PT (CBS/CBS-HD)
 

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All time Postseason Standings (by wins)


Dallas.........................32-24
Pittsburgh..................31-19
San Francisco.............25-17
Oakland......................25-18
Green Bay...................25-15
Washington................23-17
New England..............21-13
NY Giants...................20-24
Miami..........................20-20
St. Louis.....................19-24
Minnesota..................18-24
Philadelphia................18-18
Denver........................17-15
Indianapolis................17-18
Chicago.......................16-17
Buffalo.........................14-15
Tennessee...................14-19
Cleveland.....................11-20
San Diego.....................10-15
Kansas City....................8-13
NY Jets..........................8-11
Baltimore.......................7-4
Detroit............................7-10
Seattle...........................7-10
Carolina..........................6-4
Atlanta...........................6-9
Tampa Bay......................6-9
Arizona............................5-6
Jacksonville.....................5-6
Cincinnati........................5-8
New Orleans...................2-6
Houston..........................0-0


NOTE: For teams that have relocated (Colts, Rams, Raiders, Titans, etc.), these records are for the history of the franchise
 

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Minnesota, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Arizona, Dallas, Green Bay- these 6 teams will be fighting for the right to represent the NFC in Miami.

Honestly, I would not be shocked if any of these teams make the Super Bowl.

They all have quality QB's and good playmakers.
 

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Minnesota, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Arizona, Dallas, Green Bay- these 6 teams will be fighting for the right to represent the NFC in Miami.

Honestly, I would not be shocked if any of these teams make the Super Bowl.

um...of course one of those teams will make the Super Bowl. Those are the only options.

Boy there is a bright "prediction" :rolleyes:
 

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Minnesota, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Arizona, Dallas, Green Bay- these 6 teams will be fighting for the right to represent the NFC in Miami.

Honestly, I would not be shocked if any of these teams make the Super Bowl.

They all have quality QB's and good playmakers.

um...of course one of those teams will make the Super Bowl. Those are the only options.

Boy there is a bright "prediction" :rolleyes:

Yup, pretty safe limb there !
 

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The last few weeks both teams have been trying to toss it away like it's a hot potato. :D

or an ugly hooker :D:D

I dont know what happened to the Vikes in the last month. Its like something went off. Did the Vikes read the newspaper or google articles from 1998?
 

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NFC #2 Seed (and first round bye) scenarios


PHILADELPHIA: will clinch a first round bye with a win over Dallas

MINNESOTA: will clinch a first round bye with a win over NY Giants AND a Philly loss to Dallas

ARIZONA: will clinch a first round bye with a win over Green Bay AND a Philly loss to Dallas AND a Minny loss to NYG

DALLAS: will clinch a first round bye with a win over Philly AND a Minny loss to NYG AND an Arizona loss to GB (the Cowboys will clinch at least the NFC East with a win over Philly)
 

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