Week 16: OMFL Playoff Race

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  1. coachgaddy

    coachgaddy Mega 49ers, OMFL Pats

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    Week 16: OMFL Playoff Race

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    Division Leaders
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    AFC East - New England Patriots (13-1) - Clinched AFC East and Home Field
    AFC North - Pittsburgh Steelers (9-5)
    AFC South - Indianapolis Colts (9-5)
    AFC West - Oakland Raiders (9-6) - Clinched AFC West Title


    Wild Card Teams

    #5 - Miami Dolphins (9-5)
    #6 - Jacksonville Jaguars (9-5)
    #7 - Houston Texans (9-5)
    #8 - Tennessee Titans (9-5)
    #9 - Cincinnati Bengals (8-6)
    #10 - Kansas City Chiefs (6-8)


    If the playoffs started today.

    #1 - New England - Bye (HF)
    #2 - Indianapolis - Bye

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    Jacksonville at Pittsburgh
    Miami at Oakland


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    NFC Playoff Picture

    NFC East - New York Giants (12-2) - Clinched NFC East Title
    NFC North - Minnesota Vikings (8-6)
    NFC South - Atlanta Falcons (10-5) - Clinched NFC South Title
    NFC West - San Francisco 49ers (12-2) - Clinched NFC West Title


    Wild Card Teams

    #5 - Philadelphia Eagles (9-5)
    #6 - Dallas Cowboys (8-6)
    #7 - St Louis Rams (8-6)
    #8 - New Orleans Saints (9-6)
    #9 - Chicago Bears (7-7)
    #10 - Detriot Lions (7-7)
    #11 - Seattle Seahawks (7-7)



    If the playoffs started today.

    #1 - San Francisco - Bye (HF)
    #2 - New York - Bye

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    Philadelphia at Minnesota
    Dallas at Atlanta

    Upcoming Key Games.

    Key Games


    Week 16

    Falcons at Saints
    Lions at Giants
    Colts at Titans
    Jaguars at Eagles
    Seahawks at 49ers
    Dolphins at Bengals



    Week 17

    Patriots at Dolphins
    Eagles at Texans
    Cowboys at Titans
    Rams at Seahawks
    Raiders at Jaguars
    Bears at Vikings
    Browns at Bengals
     
  2. sammymitchell25

    sammymitchell25 Walk On

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    Looks like every game involving an AFC South team will be key games, great division guys
     
  3. coachgaddy

    coachgaddy Mega 49ers, OMFL Pats

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    This week may be the deciding week for some teams as all teams in key matchups have to win. Teams right that jump off the page at me needing wins.

    Jacksonville Jaguars - Eagles, Raiders
    Miami Dolphins - Bengals, Patriots
    Tennessee Titans - Colts, Cowboys
    Philadelphia Eagles - Jaguars, Texans


    With the Bears and Vikings both having easy Week 16's the season finale game in Minnesota will be for the Title.

    Steelers are in a prime position to sit and wait for the #2 seed to drop in their lap and with the Jags, Colts schedule in the coming weeks it might just happen.

    The AFC south is just too close to call right now all teams are battling for playoff spots.

    Miami has to play football and can basically eliminate the Bengals with a win. A lost and it will be the Bengals that have something to play for next week as they can easily get a #6 or even a #5 seed based on the AFC South teams remaining schedule.

    The NFC playoff race is also a tight one. Seeds #5 thru #9 will most likely stay the same with a minor shuffle of the seeds if the Eagles lose. An Eagles win and they can finish at #5 or #6 and go into Houston with little pressure to win.

    Easy week 16's for Cowboys and Rams will have them going into week 17 with more pressure. Cowboys have the toughest game out of the two playing the Titans, a lost and basically Rams can take the spot with a win the Rams however play new owner of the Seahawks so that wont be easy. Waiting in the shadows of all this is the Saints who play the Bucs as they can finish #6 with Rams and Cowboys losses.


    Last season we were basically able to lock a majority of the playoff spots after week 15 but right now this has been the most competitive OMFL season to date. Congratulations to the following teams so far

    San Francisco 49ers - NFC West Champs
    New York Giants - 2 Time NFC East Champs
    Atlanta Falcons - 2 Time NFC South Champs
    New England Patriots - 2 Time AFC East Champs
    Oakland Raiders - AFC West Champs
     

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