Buck

11-18-2011, 09:08 AM

I don't know how the fuck this is possible, but you can look for yourself.

http://www.playoffstatus.com/nfl/afcstandingsg.html

http://www.playoffstatus.com/nfl/afcstandingsg.html

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Buck

11-18-2011, 09:08 AM

I don't know how the fuck this is possible, but you can look for yourself.

http://www.playoffstatus.com/nfl/afcstandingsg.html

http://www.playoffstatus.com/nfl/afcstandingsg.html

Buck

11-18-2011, 09:09 AM

If you don't want to click the link.

This is each teams percent chance of missing the playoffs.

Raiders: 52%

Broncos: 58%

Chargers: 85%

Chiefs: 94%

This is each teams percent chance of missing the playoffs.

Raiders: 52%

Broncos: 58%

Chargers: 85%

Chiefs: 94%

Gonzo

11-18-2011, 09:11 AM

I thought the winner of the division got an automatic bid, (ala seattle last year). Guess that's wrong.

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Buck

11-18-2011, 09:12 AM

I thought the winner of the division got an automatic bid, (ala seattle and STl last year). Guess that's wrong.

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Nope, that's definitely right.

That's just how bad our division is I guess.

Maybe cdcox can shed some light on this.

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Nope, that's definitely right.

That's just how bad our division is I guess.

Maybe cdcox can shed some light on this.

Royal Fanatic

11-18-2011, 09:14 AM

It's not that hard to figure out. One of the teams will back into the playoffs, but each team is so bad that each team's chance is less than 50% when compared to the rest of the field.

These odds don't say that the entire AFC West will be shut out.

When Vegas bookies post the odds of each team's chances to win the Super Bowl each year, every team has less than a 50% chance, even the favorites. That doesn't mean nobody will win the Super Bowl. Right now the Packers are the favorite to win the Super Bowl. They are listed at 4 to 1, meaning there is a 25% chance that they'll win it.

http://www.betvega.com/super-bowl-odds/

These odds don't say that the entire AFC West will be shut out.

When Vegas bookies post the odds of each team's chances to win the Super Bowl each year, every team has less than a 50% chance, even the favorites. That doesn't mean nobody will win the Super Bowl. Right now the Packers are the favorite to win the Super Bowl. They are listed at 4 to 1, meaning there is a 25% chance that they'll win it.

http://www.betvega.com/super-bowl-odds/

alnorth

11-18-2011, 09:20 AM

Take the opposite of those numbers (1-chance of missing playoffs), and add them up. As long as that number is >= 100%, then it could be right. (It is 106%, which is an indication of how crappy our division is, since there's apparently very little chance we get more than 1 playoff team)

Royal Fanatic

11-18-2011, 09:25 AM

The other thing to remember is that Vegas betting lines are not an attempt to predict what will actually happen. They are intended to get 50% of the gamblers to bet each way. When the bets are balanced, the bookmakers don't care who wins, they just take their cut of the action.

That's why point spreads and odds are based primarily upon public perception, and why they change in the days leading up to the event. If a lot of money is being bet on one team, they move the point spread to encourage people to bet the other way.

That's why point spreads and odds are based primarily upon public perception, and why they change in the days leading up to the event. If a lot of money is being bet on one team, they move the point spread to encourage people to bet the other way.

Mile High Mania

11-18-2011, 09:39 AM

Are you guys new to the NFL? Every division will have a winner. The winner of the division will go to the playoffs.

Buck

11-18-2011, 09:41 AM

Yeah, no shit.

But there has to be a likely winner, right?

But there has to be a likely winner, right?

Pants

11-18-2011, 09:43 AM

Yeah, no shit.

But there has to be a likely winner, right?

Yeah, and it's Raiders right now. Jeez, Buck, it's not that hard.

But there has to be a likely winner, right?

Yeah, and it's Raiders right now. Jeez, Buck, it's not that hard.

Buck

11-18-2011, 09:46 AM

I don't know. Every other division has at least one team below 50. Sorry. I need to sleep.

When you all prove you have a 169 IQ like me, I'll start listening to you.

When you all prove you have a 169 IQ like me, I'll start listening to you.

Sofa King

11-18-2011, 09:47 AM

I don't know. Every other division has at least one team below 50. Sorry. I need to sleep.

When you all prove you have a 1.69 IQ like me, I'll start listening to you.

FYP

When you all prove you have a 1.69 IQ like me, I'll start listening to you.

FYP

boogblaster

11-18-2011, 09:50 AM

jc ....

Mile High Mania

11-18-2011, 09:50 AM

Yeah, no shit.

But there has to be a likely winner, right?

Sure, but that doesn't mean you're not a full blown retard for creating this thread.

But there has to be a likely winner, right?

Sure, but that doesn't mean you're not a full blown retard for creating this thread.

Buck

11-18-2011, 09:52 AM

Well ok.

I checked cdcox's stuff and it has the Raiders at 73% to make it.

I checked cdcox's stuff and it has the Raiders at 73% to make it.

Sofa King

11-18-2011, 09:54 AM

They see Buck trollin', they hatin'.

Fritz88

11-18-2011, 09:56 AM

TEBOW

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DaFace

11-18-2011, 09:57 AM

This isn't that hard. If you said that the NFL would pick the AFCW division winner randomly, each team would have a 75% chance of missing the playoffs. That doesn't mean no one's going to win.

milkman

11-18-2011, 10:01 AM

I don't know. Every other division has at least one team below 50. Sorry. I need to sleep.

When you all prove you have a 169 IQ like me, I'll start listening to you.

I believe you misread your results.

It wasn't one hundred sixty nine.

It was sixteen point nine.

When you all prove you have a 169 IQ like me, I'll start listening to you.

I believe you misread your results.

It wasn't one hundred sixty nine.

It was sixteen point nine.

tk13

11-18-2011, 10:16 AM

The funny thing is we make fun of the division... the AFCW actually has a winning record against the rest of the AFC.

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-King-

11-18-2011, 10:30 AM

If you don't want to click the link.

This is each teams percent chance of missing the playoffs.

Raiders: 52%

Broncos: 58%

Chargers: 85%

Chiefs: 94%

Yeah, it just means that there's no clear cut favorite to win the division.

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This is each teams percent chance of missing the playoffs.

Raiders: 52%

Broncos: 58%

Chargers: 85%

Chiefs: 94%

Yeah, it just means that there's no clear cut favorite to win the division.

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Fritz88

11-18-2011, 10:34 AM

Yeah, it just means that there's no clear cut favorite to win the division.

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Nzoner

11-18-2011, 11:45 AM

:doh!:

beach tribe

11-18-2011, 11:49 AM

http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh90/bbeal29/schmidlak-Facepalm.gif

vailpass

11-18-2011, 11:50 AM

jc ....

right?

right?

Okie_Apparition

11-18-2011, 12:39 PM

The Broncos need to win enough to keep them from a quality QB

The Chargers need to win enough to keep Norv

The Raiders have to prove they won't shoot themselves in the foot before anyone will GAF

The Chargers need to win enough to keep Norv

The Raiders have to prove they won't shoot themselves in the foot before anyone will GAF

Slainte

11-18-2011, 12:46 PM

that's why they call it DOPE...

Mile High Mania

11-18-2011, 12:46 PM

Chargers and Raiders games this week are huge... if they both lose, which is totally possible... then Denver and Oakland are tied at 5-5, Chargers fall to 4-6. KC does whatever it does.

OAK and DEN locked at 5-5, split this year... both 2-2 within the AFCW. Denver is 5-3 in the AFC with Oakland at 5-4.

So many crazy scenarios... this one will likely go down to the wire and right now, the race can be won by any team.

It's just nice to be sitting here now... compared to what was happening a month ago. Ugly or not, it's better.

OAK and DEN locked at 5-5, split this year... both 2-2 within the AFCW. Denver is 5-3 in the AFC with Oakland at 5-4.

So many crazy scenarios... this one will likely go down to the wire and right now, the race can be won by any team.

It's just nice to be sitting here now... compared to what was happening a month ago. Ugly or not, it's better.

KurtCobain

11-18-2011, 12:47 PM

Yall need to back off the poor stoned guy.

Pawnmower

11-18-2011, 02:32 PM

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Stanley Nickels

11-18-2011, 05:09 PM

Oh, for Tebow's sake...

BillSelfsTrophycase

11-18-2011, 05:12 PM

Jeez, Buck, it's not that hard.

Must

Resist...

Failed

That's what she said

Must

Resist...

Failed

That's what she said

Stanley Nickels

11-18-2011, 05:14 PM

Here, let's put it this way... If the opposite of MISSING the playoffs is...

I shouldn't have to explain that. Here is each team's chance of MAKING the playoffs:

Raiders: 48

Broncos: 42

Chargers: 15

Chiefs: 6

Each team should have a 25% chance if it were a random drawing. It's not. But the suckitude of the division this year means no team has a better than 50% chance of winning. I didn't read the article, and my brain is fried from work so im not sire if I'm missing some sarcasm, but I hope that explanation clears it up for those still somehow confused.

I shouldn't have to explain that. Here is each team's chance of MAKING the playoffs:

Raiders: 48

Broncos: 42

Chargers: 15

Chiefs: 6

Each team should have a 25% chance if it were a random drawing. It's not. But the suckitude of the division this year means no team has a better than 50% chance of winning. I didn't read the article, and my brain is fried from work so im not sire if I'm missing some sarcasm, but I hope that explanation clears it up for those still somehow confused.

Stanley Nickels

11-18-2011, 05:16 PM

And, if you add those up, you get 111%. duh.

GordonGekko

11-18-2011, 05:36 PM

So basically the Chiefs have a 6% chance of winning out

..which seems high

..which seems high

-King-

11-18-2011, 06:00 PM

So basically the Chiefs have a 6% chance of winning out

..which seems high

Who said anything about winning out?

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..which seems high

Who said anything about winning out?

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Buck

11-18-2011, 06:01 PM

Oh hey this thread.

I still stand by my original statement that that site states that each team is likely to miss the playoffs.

I still stand by my original statement that that site states that each team is likely to miss the playoffs.

bevischief

11-18-2011, 06:05 PM

I don't know. Every other division has at least one team below 50. Sorry. I need to sleep.

When you all prove you have a 169 IQ like me, I'll start listening to you.

wat?

When you all prove you have a 169 IQ like me, I'll start listening to you.

wat?

bevischief

11-18-2011, 06:07 PM

The Broncos need to win enough to keep them from a quality QB

The Chargers need to win enough to keep Norv

The Raiders have to prove they won't shoot themselves in the foot before anyone will GAF

Works for me at this point.

The Chargers need to win enough to keep Norv

The Raiders have to prove they won't shoot themselves in the foot before anyone will GAF

Works for me at this point.

bevischief

11-18-2011, 06:07 PM

that's why they call it DOPE...

I am thinking crack...

I am thinking crack...

Stanley Nickels

11-18-2011, 06:09 PM

Oh hey this thread.

I still stand by my original statement that that site states that each team is likely to miss the playoffs.

:doh!:

Their math confuses me, but I don't see why you don't get this. Let's say four teams are trying to get into the playoffs. Let's say that ta coin flip would decide this. What are the odds that a team MISSES the playoffs? 75%. that's it..

Stated this way, would it help? Chances of missing the coin flip playoffs:

Raiders: 75%

Chargers: 75%

Broncos: 75%

Chiefs: 75%

Does that make each team likely to miss the playoffs? Sure, I guess, depending on your definition of "likely". But one will win. Same thing here, except some have a better chance (than 75%) of missing, and others have a better chance (LOWER than 75%) of making the playoffs. Methinks you're trolling, but I don't care.

I still stand by my original statement that that site states that each team is likely to miss the playoffs.

:doh!:

Their math confuses me, but I don't see why you don't get this. Let's say four teams are trying to get into the playoffs. Let's say that ta coin flip would decide this. What are the odds that a team MISSES the playoffs? 75%. that's it..

Stated this way, would it help? Chances of missing the coin flip playoffs:

Raiders: 75%

Chargers: 75%

Broncos: 75%

Chiefs: 75%

Does that make each team likely to miss the playoffs? Sure, I guess, depending on your definition of "likely". But one will win. Same thing here, except some have a better chance (than 75%) of missing, and others have a better chance (LOWER than 75%) of making the playoffs. Methinks you're trolling, but I don't care.

Pawnmower

11-18-2011, 06:12 PM

:doh!:

Their math confuses me, but I don't see why you don't get this. Let's say four teams are trying to get into the playoffs. Let's say that ta coin flip would decide this. What are the odds each team MISSES the playoffs? 75%. that's it..

Stated this way, would it help? Chances of missing the coin flip playoffs:

Raiders: 75%

Chargers: 75%

Broncos: 75%

Chiefs: 75%

Im not trying to make this more complicated , but most people are only factoring winning the division into the situation.....You also have to add in the wildcard spots, which is why if you add each division up it comes to over 100%. That might by why the math is confusing you because you are not taking the wildcard spots into account in your example.

Their math confuses me, but I don't see why you don't get this. Let's say four teams are trying to get into the playoffs. Let's say that ta coin flip would decide this. What are the odds each team MISSES the playoffs? 75%. that's it..

Stated this way, would it help? Chances of missing the coin flip playoffs:

Raiders: 75%

Chargers: 75%

Broncos: 75%

Chiefs: 75%

Im not trying to make this more complicated , but most people are only factoring winning the division into the situation.....You also have to add in the wildcard spots, which is why if you add each division up it comes to over 100%. That might by why the math is confusing you because you are not taking the wildcard spots into account in your example.

Stanley Nickels

11-18-2011, 06:14 PM

Im not trying to make this more complicated , but most people are only factoring winning the division into the situation.....You also have to add in the wildcard spots, which is why if you add each division up it comes to over 100%. That might by why the math is confusing you because you are not taking the wildcard spots into account in your example.

Bingo, thank you.

Bingo, thank you.

Buck

11-18-2011, 06:14 PM

:doh!:

Their math confuses me, but I don't see why you don't get this. Let's say four teams are trying to get into the playoffs. Let's say that ta coin flip would decide this. What are the odds that a team MISSES the playoffs? 75%. that's it..

Stated this way, would it help? Chances of missing the coin flip playoffs:

Raiders: 75%

Chargers: 75%

Broncos: 75%

Chiefs: 75%

Does that make each team likely to miss the playoffs? Sure, I guess, depending on your definition of "likely". But one will win. Same thing here, except some have a better chance (than 75%) of missing, and others have a better chance (LOWER than 75%) of making the playoffs. Methinks you're trolling, but I don't care.

I swear to God I'm not trolling.

The reason that it doesn't equal 100% that one team will make it and 106% is because the West has a 6% chance of a Wild Card I guess.

I'm not a retard, I know one team will make it, I just find it fascinating that not a single team is likely to make it, according to these numbers.

Their math confuses me, but I don't see why you don't get this. Let's say four teams are trying to get into the playoffs. Let's say that ta coin flip would decide this. What are the odds that a team MISSES the playoffs? 75%. that's it..

Stated this way, would it help? Chances of missing the coin flip playoffs:

Raiders: 75%

Chargers: 75%

Broncos: 75%

Chiefs: 75%

Does that make each team likely to miss the playoffs? Sure, I guess, depending on your definition of "likely". But one will win. Same thing here, except some have a better chance (than 75%) of missing, and others have a better chance (LOWER than 75%) of making the playoffs. Methinks you're trolling, but I don't care.

I swear to God I'm not trolling.

The reason that it doesn't equal 100% that one team will make it and 106% is because the West has a 6% chance of a Wild Card I guess.

I'm not a retard, I know one team will make it, I just find it fascinating that not a single team is likely to make it, according to these numbers.

Mile High Mania

11-18-2011, 06:18 PM

I swear to God I'm not trolling.

The reason that it doesn't equal 100% that one team will make it and 106% is because the West has a 6% chance of a Wild Card I guess.

I'm not a retard, I know one team will make it, I just find it fascinating that not a single team is likely to make it, according to these numbers.

That's because there is a flaw... someone has to make it, so by default a team has to be likely.

The reason that it doesn't equal 100% that one team will make it and 106% is because the West has a 6% chance of a Wild Card I guess.

I'm not a retard, I know one team will make it, I just find it fascinating that not a single team is likely to make it, according to these numbers.

That's because there is a flaw... someone has to make it, so by default a team has to be likely.

alnorth

11-18-2011, 06:50 PM

Replace the word "Every" in the thread title with "Each", and we're good.

listopencil

11-18-2011, 07:05 PM

So...what happens if the Raiders and Chargers lose this weekend?

Pawnmower

11-18-2011, 07:06 PM

I swear to God I'm not trolling.

The reason that it doesn't equal 100% that one team will make it and 106% is because the West has a 6% chance of a Wild Card I guess.

I'm not a retard, I know one team will make it, I just find it fascinating that not a single team is likely to make it, according to these numbers.

This is correct, more or less...Imagine if each team was more or less equal (not really THAT far off)

Each team would have a 25% chance to win the division, and then the division would have a 6% chance of having one of the teams win a wild card.

The reason that it doesn't equal 100% that one team will make it and 106% is because the West has a 6% chance of a Wild Card I guess.

I'm not a retard, I know one team will make it, I just find it fascinating that not a single team is likely to make it, according to these numbers.

This is correct, more or less...Imagine if each team was more or less equal (not really THAT far off)

Each team would have a 25% chance to win the division, and then the division would have a 6% chance of having one of the teams win a wild card.

Pawnmower

11-18-2011, 07:07 PM

So...what happens if the Raiders and Chargers lose this weekend?

that 6% chance of an AFC West wildcard probably goes to about 3-4%

that 6% chance of an AFC West wildcard probably goes to about 3-4%

milkman

11-18-2011, 07:15 PM

that 6% chance of an AFC West wildcard probably goes to about 3-4%

I'm pretty sure I don't need some complicated math equation to tell me that the chances of a wild card coming out of the west is virtually non-existent.

I'm pretty sure I don't need some complicated math equation to tell me that the chances of a wild card coming out of the west is virtually non-existent.

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