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    Playoff Scenario Questions



    I am not a NFL seeding expert, I wanted to know if these scenarios are correct.

    The Ravens win out
    The Colts lose one= The Ravens win the #2 seed and get a First Round Bye.

    The Ravens win out
    The Chargers Lose one
    The Colts Lose one= The Ravens clinch Homefield advantage.

    The Ravens win out
    The Colts win out
    The Chargers lose one=The Chargers are the #1 seed, the Colts are the 2 seed and the Ravens are the 3 seed due to a 3 way tiebreaker.

    The Ravens win 1
    The Colts lose 2
    The Chargers win 1= The Ravens win the #2 seed.

    The Ravens win 1
    The Colts lose 2
    The Chargers lose 2= The Ravens clinch Homefield advantage.




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    Re: Playoff Scenario Questions

    Seems accurate to my eyes...




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    Re: Playoff Scenario Questions

    The Ravens win out
    The Colts win out
    The Chargers lose one=The Chargers are the #1 seed, the Colts are the 2 seed and the Ravens are the 3 seed due to a 3 way tiebreaker.
    Correction
    The colts are the #1 seed the ravens #2 and chargers #3




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    Re: Playoff Scenario Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Jggjaron View Post
    The Ravens win out
    The Colts win out
    The Chargers lose one=The Chargers are the #1 seed, the Colts are the 2 seed and the Ravens are the 3 seed due to a 3 way tiebreaker.
    Correction
    The colts are the #1 seed the ravens #2 and chargers #3
    No. The Ravens are 3.




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    Re: Playoff Scenario Questions

    We need both to lose once for home field , we need only the Colts to lose for a bye. If only San Diego loses we are 3rd.




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    Re: Playoff Scenario Questions

    Do we not hold the tie breaker of the head to head matchup against San diego? if they lose one game we have the same record




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    Re: Playoff Scenario Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Jggjaron View Post
    Do we not hold the tie breaker of the head to head matchup against San diego? if they lose one game we have the same record
    Yes, in a TWO WAY matchup. If the Colts are tied as well, the Ravens are left out.




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    Re: Playoff Scenario Questions

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    Re: Playoff Scenario Questions

    boy do I ever wish the Bengals had beaten the Colts...

    unless of course, the Bengals get knocked out of the playoffs and we get a favorable matchup in the 1st week of the playoffs. The Colts worry me less than the Bengals, since we could rush all over them and likely stifle Peyton Manning.
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    Re: Playoff Scenario Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Jggjaron View Post
    Do we not hold the tie breaker of the head to head matchup against San diego? if they lose one game we have the same record
    It was mentioned, but to go into more detail:
    - Ravens have tie-breaker over Chargers by way of head to head.
    - Colts have tie-breaker over Ravens by way of common opponents.
    - Chargers have tie-breaker over Colts by way of common opponents.

    In a three way tie, the teams are seeded by who sweeps the highest tie-breaker. Ravens have H2H vs. Chargers but haven't played the Colts, so no sweep there.

    No team would have a conf record advantage (all 10-2).

    Chargers have the tie-breaker over the Colts for common opponents, and the tie-breaker over the Ravens for common opponents. Chargers win #1 seed.

    Now it reverts to the beginning. No Ravens/Colts H2H. No conf record advantage. Colts have us in common opponents. Colts win #2 seed.

    We need the Colts to lose one or Chargers to lose two if either of the other wins out in order to get a bye. Chargers won't lose two, which means we need Houston to pull one out of their @$$, or we need the Phins to actually show up in the last game of the year.

    http://www.nfl.com/standings/tiebreakers

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