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Postby srthree » Tue Dec 23, 2003 2:48 pm

for those of us with week 17 decisions
from fantasyinsights.com

NFL PLAYOFF SCENARIOS
(12/23/03 10:43 AM EST)

AFC East --------

The New England Patriots (13-2) have clinched the division title and a first-round bye. They can clinch homefield advantage throughout the playoffs with a win or tie Saturday against Buffalo or a loss or tie by Kansas City Sunday against Chicago.

AFC North ---------

The Baltimore Ravens (9-6) can clinch the division title with a win or tie Sunday night against Pittsburgh or a loss or tie by Cincinnati Sunday against Cleveland.

The Cincinnati Bengals (8-7) can clinch the division title with a win Sunday against Cleveland and a loss by Baltimore Sunday night against Pittsburgh.

AFC South ---------

The Indianapolis Colts (11-4) can clinch the division title with a win Sunday against Houston or a loss by Tennessee against Tampa Bay. The Colts have sealed a playoff berth.

The Tennessee Titans (11-4) can clinch the division title with a win Sunday against Tampa Bay and a loss by Indianapolis Sunday against Houston. The Titans have clinched a playoff berth.

AFC West --------

The Kansas City Chiefs (12-3) have clinched the division title and a first-round bye. They can clinch homefield advantage throughout the playoffs with a win Sunday against Chicago and a loss by New England Saturday against Buffalo.

The Denver Broncos (10-5) have clinched a playoff berth.

NFC East --------

The Philadelphia Eagles (11-4) can clinch the division title and a first-round bye with a win or tie Saturday at Washington or a loss or tie by Dallas Sunday against New Orleans. They can clinch homefield advantage throughout the playoffs with a win and a loss by St. Louis Sunday to Detroit.

The Dallas Cowboys (10-5) can clinch the division title and a first-round bye with a win Sunday against New Orleans and loss by Philadelphia Saturday against Washington. The Cowboys have clinched a playoff berth.

NFC North ---------

The Minnesota Vikings (9-6) can clinch the division title with a win Sunday against Arizona or a loss by Green Bay Sunday against Denver. They can clinch a playoff berth with a loss by Seattle Saturday against San Francisco.

The Green Bay Packers (9-6) can clinch the division title with a win Sunday against Denver and a loss or tie by Minnesota against Arizona. They can clinch a playoff berth with a loss by Seattle Saturday to San Francisco or a win and a Dallas win Sunday against New Orleans.

NFC South ---------

The Carolina Panthers (10-5) have clinched the division title.

NFC West --------

The St. Louis Rams (12-3) have clinched the division title and a first-round bye. They can clinch homefield advantage throughout the playoffs with a win or tie Sunday against Detroit or a loss or tie by Philadelphia Saturday against Washington.

The Seattle Seahawks (9-6) can clinch a playoff berth with a win Saturday against San Francisco and a loss or tie by Minnesota against Arizona or a loss or tie by Green Bay against Denver. Seattle can also make the playoffs with a win and a loss by Dallas against New Orleans with a chance at better strength of victory.
Any given Sunday...
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Postby deftdelivery » Wed Dec 24, 2003 11:54 am

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