mbarbour21, on 27 Nov 2013 - 11:20 AM, said:mbarbour21, on 27 Nov 2013 - 11:20 AM, said:
I didn't wanna start a new thread for this, so this seems like the best place to ask this.
Wouldn't it be better for us in the long run if Saints beat Seattle? Hear me out!!!
That gives them two loses and they have to play the Cards without Browner & Thurmond. Could they lose two more games after the Saints?
(Of course sweeping the Saints would be absolutely necessary with this scenario & winning out......I think)
If we (Panthers & Seahawks) are both 12-4 or 13-3, is the tie breaker head to head or division record?
I will be routing hard for Seattle.
The reason being is because we need the Saints to drop this game. Don't want them coming into a prime time matchup with high amounts of confidence. If the Saints have 3 losses I see us having really good chances at the division if we don't fug up against the Bucs Sunday.
We could possibly split with them and have the same amount of losses or we still have the chance of sweeping them, which I think is a good possibility. And they still have to go to Saint Louis which is no joke.
If SEA gets the #1 seed and we get the #2 we are guaranteed one home game. Worst case scenario we have to play in Seattle for the NFCC, but I could see New Orleans or Detroit or even Arizona going into SEA and upsetting them early, which would give us home field advantage.