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NFC Playoff seeds

1. New York Giants 13-3

2. Tampa Bay Bucs 11-5

3. Arizona Cards 10-6

4. Chicago bears 9-7

5. Atlanta Falcons 11-5

6. Philadelphia Eagles 10-6

Misses: Carolina 10-6, Washington 9-7. Dallas 9-7. Minnesota 8-8, Green Bay 8-8, New Orleans 8-8, San Fransico 6-10, Seattle 6-10, St. Louis 2-14. Detroit 0-16

Wild card weekend

Atlanta at Chicago- Atlanta wins 23-16

Philadelphia at Arizona- Philadelphia wins 26-17

Division weekend

Atlanta at Tampa Bay- Atlanta wins 19-16 OT

Philadelphia at New York- New York wins 30-13

NFC Championship

Atlanta at New York- Who will win? We shall wait and see :)

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NFC Playoff seeds

1. New York Giants 13-3

2. Tampa Bay Bucs 11-5

3. Arizona Cards 10-6

4. Chicago bears 9-7

5. Atlanta Falcons 11-5

6. Philadelphia Eagles 10-6

Misses: Carolina 10-6, Washington 9-7. Dallas 9-7. Minnesota 8-8, Green Bay 8-8, New Orleans 8-8, San Fransico 6-10, Seattle 6-10, St. Louis 2-14. Detroit 0-16

Wild card weekend

Atlanta at Chicago- Atlanta wins 23-16

Philadelphia at Arizona- Philadelphia wins 26-17

Division weekend

Atlanta at Tampa Bay- Atlanta wins 19-16 OT

Philadelphia at New York- New York wins 30-13

NFC Championship

Atlanta at New York- Who will win? We shall wait and see :)

Carolina at 10-6?

That's very wishful thinking...

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The Redskins have been overrated all season. They have barely beaten crappy teams. They will start going down as the season plays on.

It will be Atlanta and Philly I say.

They beat Dallas and Philly on the road. I don't see how that makes them overrated. Who cares if they barely beat crappy teams, they beat them.

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Now what I've always wondered if say in theory the Giants collapse and the Falcons and Panthers have the best records in the NFC with Carolina winning the division...who gets home field? The two best division winners or just the two best records?

It'll be the number 1 and 2 seeds...it'll be Carolina (since they won the division) and most likely the Giants if thats the case you are making...

I think the only way a wildcard team has home field advantage would be if they played against each other

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It'll be the number 1 and 2 seeds...it'll be Carolina (since they won the division) and most likely the Giants if thats the case you are making...

I think the only way a wildcard team has home field advantage would be if they played against each other

As in say we finish this way:

Panthers(win division): 12-4

Falcons( wild card): 11-5

Giants(win division): 10-6

These are just theoretical numbers, but would we get home field over the Giants in theory?

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It'll be the number 1 and 2 seeds...it'll be Carolina (since they won the division) and most likely the Giants if thats the case you are making...

I think the only way a wildcard team has home field advantage would be if they played against each other

The Wild Card teams never have home field unless something weird happens and they both make it to the Championship game.

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As in say we finish this way:

Panthers(win division): 12-4

Falcons( wild card): 11-5

Giants(win division): 10-6

These are just theoretical numbers, but would we get home field over the Giants in theory?

you know he NFL is biased. since giants won "the best division in football" they'll give them it.

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NFC Playoff seeds

1. New York Giants 13-3

2. Tampa Bay Bucs 11-5

3. Arizona Cards 10-6

4. Chicago bears 9-7

5. Atlanta Falcons 11-5

6. Philadelphia Eagles 10-6

Misses: Carolina 10-6, Washington 9-7. Dallas 9-7. Minnesota 8-8, Green Bay 8-8, New Orleans 8-8, San Fransico 6-10, Seattle 6-10, St. Louis 2-14. Detroit 0-16

Wild card weekend

Atlanta at Chicago- Atlanta wins 23-16

Philadelphia at Arizona- Philadelphia wins 26-17

Division weekend

Atlanta at Tampa Bay- Atlanta wins 19-16 OT

Philadelphia at New York- New York wins 30-13

NFC Championship

Atlanta at New York- Who will win? We shall wait and see :)

I wouldn't count MIN or CAR out at this point. CHI could easily finish third in that NFC North sespool of teams.
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They beat Dallas and Philly on the road. I don't see how that makes them overrated. Who cares if they barely beat crappy teams, they beat them.

I know, right...

I hate when people use that argument. You can only play the team in front of you...

But people on this message board crap a brick when it's used against us...

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