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Rain Man
10-23-2005, 07:53 PM
AFC

Bye Week

Indianapolis (#1) 7-0
Denver (#2) 5-2

Wild Card Round

Cincinnati (#3) 5-2 vs. Pittsburgh (#6) 4-2
New England (#4) 3-3 vs. Kansas City (#5) 4-2 (Moving up!)


Jacksonville continues to lose tiebreakers.


NFC

Bye Week

Tampa Bay (#1) 5-1
Seattle (#2) 5-2

Wild Card Round

Washington (#3) 4-2 vs. Carolina (#6) 4-2
Chicago (#4) 3-3 vs. Atlanta (#5) 4-2

Philadelphia loses tiebreakers twice to NFC South teams to forfeit the last spot, while the Giants lose to Philadelphia in the very first tiebreaker.

Count Zarth
10-23-2005, 07:56 PM
I have a feeling next week we are the #2 seed. :)

Rain Man
10-23-2005, 08:01 PM
Next week will be big.

Pittsburgh is hosting Baltimore, and will probably win.

Denver is hosting Philadelphia, which will be a 50/50 shot.

Cincinnati is hosting Green Bay, and will probably win.

Jacksonville is visiting St. Louis, and has a good shot if Bulger is injured.

Buffalo is at New England, and one of them has to win.

Indianapolis is on a bye.

And we're visiting San Diego.

I think we need a win this week just to more or less hold even. A loss would hurt, and a gain probably won't make a huge difference other than burying the Chargers a little bit. We'll gain ground in future weeks.

BigRedChief
10-23-2005, 08:03 PM
Cart before horse comes to mind.

I'm not really worried about our record too much. We are going to have to be on a different level of play to go on the road to Indy or Pitt in the playoffs and win to get to the Super Bowl. And we just ain't there......yet.

ChiefsCountry
10-23-2005, 08:03 PM
If that holds out, how sweet would it be to knock off Indy and Denver in their own stadiums in the playoffs. Let those bastards know out if feels.

tk13
10-23-2005, 08:05 PM
I don't know, Indy could be in trouble next week, it'll be the toughest opponent they've had all year. For sure.

chiefsfaninNC
10-23-2005, 08:06 PM
AFC

Bye Week

Indianapolis (#1) 7-0
Denver (#2) 5-2

Wild Card Round

Cincinnati (#3) 5-2 vs. Pittsburgh (#6) 4-2
New England (#4) 3-3 vs. Kansas City (#5) 4-2 (Moving up!)


Jacksonville continues to lose tiebreakers.


NFC

Bye Week

Tampa Bay (#1) 5-1
Seattle (#2) 5-2

Wild Card Round

Washington (#3) 4-2 vs. Carolina (#6) 4-2
Chicago (#4) 3-3 vs. Atlanta (#5) 4-2

Philadelphia loses tiebreakers twice to NFC South teams to forfeit the last spot, while the Giants lose to Philadelphia in the very first tiebreaker.


Since when does 3-3 beat 4-2? You missed it in both the AFC and NFC.

Rain Man
10-23-2005, 08:07 PM
I don't know, Indy could be in trouble next week, it'll be the toughest opponent they've had all year. For sure.

No one ever goes into bye and comes out with a win. I'd pretty much guarantee it.

carlos3652
10-23-2005, 08:08 PM
Since when does 3-3 beat 4-2? You missed it in both the AFC and NFC.


Hey n00b... those are division winners... where is skip?

Rain Man
10-23-2005, 08:08 PM
Since when does 3-3 beat 4-2? You missed it in both the AFC and NFC.

Since professional football split its teams into divisions.

Division winners are always seeded above wild cards, even if they're mediocre teams like Chicago and New England.