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Running 2006-07 NFL Playoffs Thread

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by hockeybeat, Dec 31, 2006.

  1. hockeybeat

    hockeybeat Guest

    The 2006 playoff picture and wild-card matchups are all set.

    AFC playoff standings
    Team W L T Div Conf
    z -- 1. San Diego 14 2 0 5-1 10-2
    z -- 2. Baltimore 13 3 0 5-1 10-2
    z -- 3. Indianapolis 12 4 0 3-3 9-3
    z -- 4. New England 12 4 0 4-2 8-4
    x -- 5. N.Y. Jets 10 6 0 4-2 7-5
    x -- 6. Kansas City 9 7 0 4-2 5-7

    NFC playoff standings
    Team W L T Div Conf
    z -- 1. Chicago 13 2 0 5-0 11-0
    z -- 2. New Orleans 10 6 0 4-2 9-3
    z -- 3. Philadelphia 10 6 0 5-1 9-3
    z -- 4. Seattle 9 7 0 3-3 7-5
    x -- 5. Dallas 9 7 0 2-4 6-6
    x -- 6. Giants 8 8 0 4-2 7-5


    z -- clinched division title
    x -- clinched playoff berth


    AFC wild-card matchups
    Kansas City Chiefs at Indianapolis Colts, Saturday, 4:30 ET (NBC)
    N.Y. Jets at New England Patriots, Sunday, 1 ET (CBS)


    NFC wild-card matchups
    Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks, Saturday, 8 ET (NBC)
    New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles, Sunday, 4:30 ET (FOX)

    Byes: San Diego Chargers, Baltimore Ravens, Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints



    Divisional playoffs
    Saturday, January 13 and Sunday, January 14


    Conference championships
    Sunday, January 21


    Super Bowl XLI
    Sunday, Feb. 4 -- Dolphin Stadium (Miami, Fla.)
     
  2. BYH

    BYH Active Member

    How is Jets-Pats NOT on prime time? NFL screwed the pooch on that one. Mangini vs. Belichick in the Passive-Aggressive Bowl.

    Go Jets.

    Chiefs-Colts. Herm Edwards vs. Tony Dungy. I guess someone has to win that game, right?
     
  3. hockeybeat

    hockeybeat Guest

    Giants-Eagles not on prime time, either. Kind of surprising that the NFL wouldn't have the Giants/Eagles as the 4 P.M. game on Sunday and the Jets/Pats game as the 8 P.M. game Saturday night.

    I think the Pats and Belichick are more concerned about the Jets than they want to let on. I also think that the Jets are going to be a tough out for anyone in the AFC.
     
  4. BYH

    BYH Active Member

    Would love to see the Jets beat the Pats, but I don't see it happening. Belichick will make Pennington beat the Pats deep. THAT'S not happening.

    And damn, Pats-Chargers in the second round. Belichick vs. Marty. No longer loving the idea of the Chargers in the Super Bowl.
     
  5. Um, my New York friends ... Cowboys will always get the prime time game based on the (debatable) assumption they move the dial more than any team.
     
  6. lantaur

    lantaur Active Member

    I think it had to be one or the other - one conference got the late games and the other the early ones (for both days); no splitting.
     
  7. kingcreole

    kingcreole Active Member

    I still can't believe Kansas City made it. And it would be just like the Chiefs, after choking away 13-3 seasons to the Colts in 1995 and 2003, to win in Indianapolis this year. With Larry Johnson, you never know.
     
  8. Tommy_Dreamer

    Tommy_Dreamer Well-Known Member

    Not too happy about the 8 p.m. Cowboys game start because

    1) I'll be working
    2) It's near deadline
    3) I won't be drinking while watching it
    4) They'll probably lose anyway ...
     
  9. hockeybeat

    hockeybeat Guest

    The very early line has the Pats as nine point favorites.

    If I had any money, I'd put some on the Jets.
     
  10. Oz

    Oz Active Member

    Especially with Larry Johnson against that run defense. I'm not a Chiefs fan, but I'll ride the bandwagon.
     
  11. outofplace

    outofplace Well-Known Member

    I like the Chiefs' chances, too. Larry Johnson could realistically go over 200 yards against Indy, and it's tough to lose when your back does that.
     
  12. spnited

    spnited Active Member

    And because Indy's run defense sucks, BYH will get another chance to call Manning a fraud
     
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