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- NFL Playoff Seeds - Week 11

Chris Pokorny November 19, 2005
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NFL Playoff Seeds Heading Into Week Eleven

The first four teams are currently leading their division. The top two teams would have first round byes in the playoffs. The first team would have home field advantage throughout the whole playoffs. Teams five and six would be the two wildcard teams. The rest of the teams show how far they are from the wildcard hunt, assuming the divisional leaders didn't change after a possible victory. There are comments next to each team to explain why they are ahead or behind a certain team.

Playoff Teams
1. Indianapolis Colts(Only undefeated team in NFL)
2. Denver Broncos(Currently has a better conferance record than Pittsburgh with 5-1)
3. Pittsburgh Steelers(Conferance record is 6-2, just below Denver)
4. New England Patriots(Two games behind third seed)
5. Cincinnati Bengals(Tied for Pittsburgh for division, but lost head-to-head)
6. Jacksonville Jaguars(One game behind Cincinnati and owns head-to-head over them)

Runners-Up to Wildcard
7. San Diego Chargers(Owns head-to-head over Kansas City)
8. Kansas City Chiefs(Lost head-to-head to San Diego)
9. Buffalo Bills(One game behind New England, but lost head-to-head)
10. Oakland Raiders(Slightly better conferance record better than Miami at 2-5)
11. Miami Dolphins(Just behind Oakland with 1-4 conferance record)
12. Cleveland Browns(Just behind Miami with 1-5 conferance record)
13. Tennessee Titans(Tennessee owns head-to-head over Baltimore)
14. Baltimore Ravens(Baltimore owns head-to-head over Jets)
15. New York Jets(Lost head-to-head against Baltimore)
16. Houston Texans(Only win was a conferance win)

Playoff Teams
1. Seattle Seahawks(Slightly better conferance record than Carolina at 6-1)
2. Carolina Panthers(Just behind Seattle with a 5-1 conferance record)
3. Chicago Bears(Slightly better conferance record than Dallas at 5-1)
4. Dallas Cowboys(Just behind Chicago with a 5-2 conferance record)
5. New York Giants(Lost head-to-head to Dallas, owns conferance over Atlanta at 5-2)
6. Atlanta Falcons(Has yet to face Carolina this season, 3-2 conferance record)

Runners-Up to Wildcard
7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers(Has an 0-1 division record compared to Atlanta's 1-0 record)
8. Washington Redskins(Has tiebreaker over Dallas, not Giants)
9. Minnesota Vikings(Tied with Philly and St. Louis, has 4-4 conferance record)
10. St. Louis Rams(Slightly better conferance record than Philly/Detroit at 2-4)
11. Detroit Lions(Just behind St. Louis with a 2-5 conferance record, lost to Vikings)
12. Philadelphia Eagles(Slightly behind other 4-5 teams with 1-4 conferance record)
13. Green Bay Packers(Slightly better conferance record at 2-4)
14. New Orleans Saints(Lost head-to-head to Packers, has a 1-6 conferance record)
15. Arizona Cardinals(Owns head-to-head over 49ers, has a 1-7 conferance record)
16. San Francisco 49ers(Has a 2-6 conferance record, but lost to Cardinals)

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