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http://espn.go.com/nfl/playoffs/machine

Post em.

AFC

1. Houston: 14-2

2. Denver: 13-3

3. Baltimore: 11-5

4. New England: 11-5

5. Indianapolis: 10-6

6. Pittsburgh: 9-7

NFC

1. Atlanta: 13-3

2. San Francisco: 12-3-1

3. Green Bay: 12-4

4. Dallas 10-6

5. New York: 10-6

6. Chicago: 10-6

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http://espn.go.com/n...layoffs/machine

Post em.

AFC

1. Houston: 14-2

2. Denver: 13-3

3. Baltimore: 11-5

4. New England: 11-5

5. Indianapolis: 10-6

6. Pittsburgh: 9-7

NFC

1. Atlanta: 13-3

2. San Francisco: 12-3-1

3. Green Bay: 12-4

4. Dallas 10-6

5. New York: 10-6

6. Chicago: 10-6

seahawks get in over Dallas, as NY is going to win that division

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seahawks get in over Dallas, as NY is going to win that division

Agree with Hawks, I think after the game in Atlanta the Giants are done, I see Washington winning the east.

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Houston 13-3

Denver 13-3

New England 11-5

Baltimore 10-6

Indianapolis 11-5

Pittsburgh 9-7

Atlanta 13-3

San Francisco 12-3-1

Green Bay 11-5

New York 10-6

Seattle 10-6

Chicago 10-6

It's hard to know which teams will rest their starters in Week 17 with the Playoff Machine.

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Agree with Hawks, I think after the game in Atlanta the Giants are done, I see Washington winning the east.

i posted that a couple weeks ago, still think the Giants are the best team and the Cowboys won't get in, but you might be right with the Skins taking the division....although if the bears can't get their shyte together two teams could come out of that division

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Not gonna guess the entire field because those wildcard spots are still up in the air.

I'm just gonna say Denver- San Fran Super Bowl.

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predict that the falcons are one and out

oh....too easy? sorry

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If I were Jim Harbaugh, I'd tank the rest of the season. Most likely he'd get whoever wins the weak NFC East in the wildcard round, then Atlanta in the divisional round.

Easy road to the NFCCG

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If I were Jim Harbaugh, I'd tank the rest of the season. Most likely he'd get whoever wins the weak NFC East in the wildcard round, then Atlanta in the divisional round.

Easy road to the NFCCG

Thats why I am ok with Seattle taking that WC spot, Beating the NFC East champ should be doable, then playing in a dome in ATL..... not saying they are a bad team, but Russell Wilson can handle a dome much better than lets say, Lambau, or San Fran.

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