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Oh shit, I didn't see that Carson's hip injury was a fracture and that he's done for the season. Seattle is such a random team that could easily win or lose against any team in the league but the injuries are too much that I could see them even losing to the Iggles at this stage.

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16 minutes ago, Dolfan in NYC said:

We skip ahead to 6 minutes into the game this weekend...

"JJ Watt is out with a... hmm... let's say, shoulder injury"

Ha! As if Bill O’Brien would be so foolish to play JJ Watt in a meaningless game before the playoffs ...

Oh god ...

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The #1 overall pick has been decided, but the race for #2 is still going strong!

  1. Cincinnati Bengals (1-14, .560)
  2. Washington (3-12, .498)
  3. Detroit Lions (3-11-1, .506)
  4. New York Giants (4-11, .471)
  5. Miami Dolphins (4-11, .492)
  6. Jacksonville Jaguars (5-10, .483)
  7. Los Angeles Chargers (5-10, .510)
  8. Carolina Panthers (5-10, .548)
  9. Arizona Cardinals (5-9-1, .531)
  10. New York Jets (6-9, .475)
  11. Denver Broncos (6-9, .519)
  12. Cleveland Browns (6-9, .527)
  13. Atlanta Falcons (6-9, .552)

Washington will wrap up the #2 overall pick with a loss to Dallas. If they win, Detroit could swoop in and take it.

With the Rams being eliminated from the playoffs, the Jaguars will have two picks in the top 20. Those picks are currently at #6 (theirs) and #20 (Rams).

With the Bears being eliminated from the playoffs, the Raiders will have two picks in the top 20, provided the wacky scenario that would need to play out for them to steal a playoff spot doesn't happen. Those picks are currently at #14 (theirs) and #18 (Chicago's).

Miami currently has three first round picks: theirs (#4), Pittsburgh's (currently #19), and Houston's (currently #25).

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Your Week 17 AFC playoff scenarios

Clinched: Baltimore Ravens (AFC North/#1 seed), New England Patriots (AFC East), Kansas City Chiefs (AFC West), Houston Texans (AFC South), Buffalo Bills (wild card)

New England Patriots

Clinch first-round bye with

  • NE win or tie (vs MIA), or
  • KC loss or tie (vs LAC)

Kansas City Chiefs

Clinch first-round bye with

  • KC win (vs LAC) + NE loss (vs MIA)

Tennessee Titans

Clinch playoff berth with

  • TEN win (at HOU), or
  • TEN tie + PIT loss or tie (at BAL), or
  • PIT loss + IND loss or tie (at JAX)

Pittsburgh Steelers

Clinch playoff berth with

  • PIT win (at BAL) + TEN loss or tie (at HOU), or
  • PIT tie + TEN loss, or
  • TEN loss + IND win (at JAX) + OAK loss or tie (at DEN), or
  • TEN loss + IND win + PIT ties OAK in strength of victory tiebreaker

Pittsburgh ties Oakland in strength of victory if ALL of the following teams win on Sunday: MIN (vs CHI), GB (at DET), KC (vs LAC), MIA (at NE)

Oakland Raiders

Clinch playoff berth with

  • OAK win (at DEN) + PIT loss (at BAL) + TEN loss (at HOU) + IND win (at JAX) + strength of victory tiebreaker over PIT

Oakland wins strength of victory tiebreaker if ANY of the following teams win: CHI (at MIN), DET (vs GB), LAC (at KC), NE (vs MIA)

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Your Week 17 NFC playoff scenarios

Clinched: New Orleans Saints (NFC South), Green Bay Packers (NFC North), San Francisco 49ers (playoff spot), Seattle Seahawks (playoff spot), Minnesota Vikings (#6 seed)

New Orleans Saints

Clinch first round bye with

  • NO win (at CAR) + GB loss or tie (at DET), or
  • NO win + SF loss or tie (at SEA), or
  • NO tie + GB loss, or
  • NO tie + SF loss, or
  • SF loss + GB win or tie

Clinch #1 seed with

  • NO win + GB loss or tie + SF loss or tie, or
  • NO tie + GB loss + SF loss

Green Bay Packers

Clinch first-round bye with

  • GB win (at DET), or
  • NO loss (at CAR), or
  • GB tie + SF loss (at SEA), or
  • GB tie + NO tie

Clinch #1 seed with

  • GB win + SF loss or tie, or
  • GB tie + SF loss + NO loss or tie

San Francisco 49ers

Clinch NFC West with

  • SF win or tie (at SEA)

Clinch first-round bye with

  • SF win, or
  • SF tie + GB loss or tie (at DET), or
  • SF tie + NO loss or tie (at CAR)

Clinch #1 seed with

  • SF win, or
  • SF tie + GB loss or tie + NO loss or tie

Seattle Seahawks

Clinch NFC West with

  • SEA win (vs SF)

Clinch first-round bye with

  • SEA win + GB loss (at DET)

Clinch #1 seed with

  • SEA win + GB loss + NO loss (at CAR)

Philadelphia Eagles

Clinch NFC East with

  • PHI win or tie (at NYG), or
  • DAL loss or tie (vs WAS)

Dallas Cowboys

Clinch NFC East with

  • DAL win (vs WAS) + PHI loss (at NYG)
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26 minutes ago, Dolfan in NYC said:

In "I'm sorry, but we've got playoff games to win" news...

New Orleans is working out Josh Gordon. 

I believe you mean they are working out every wide receiver that was once on the Patriots roster at any time this season this morning in anticipation of a possible Super Bowl matchup.  At least the Saints steal opponents game plans the old fashioned way. 

2 weeks of Patriots/Saints Super Bowl hype might legit make me quit football if it happens. 

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I should have just copied the tweet instead of typing it with my stupid, human fingers.  

Anyway,  if you have one of those insane two week long finals in fantasy... 

Zach Ertz is out for Philadelphia this weekend vs. the Giants

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2 hours ago, RIPPA said:

Texans are resting most of their starters including Deshaun

 

2 hours ago, hammerva said:

This sucks for the Steelers chances but to be honest they wouldn't have a chance to begin with if the Ravens didn't bench all their starters today


as well as the byzantine plot by which the Raiders qualify, which I hope everyone is pulling for for the sake of maximum lulz

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2 hours ago, BobbyWhioux said:

 


as well as the byzantine plot by which the Raiders qualify, which I hope everyone is pulling for for the sake of maximum lulz

Yes to be honest this scenario had a real chance if the Ravens and Texans were playing all out but why would they.   Texans could move into the 3 seed but is playing @ New England much better than playing @ Baltimore or worth risking the health of your team over?  Probably not. 

I am wondering how hard Seattle will play tonight if they have no shot at a bye.  Obviously they want to beat the niners and obviously a home game is better in the wild card round but they are also banged up right now.  I guess they will go all out regardless.  

Basically if the Packers beat the Lions then even if the Saints lose the Seahawks cannot get a bye. 

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