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Tue, December 11, 2012

If the NFL Playoffs started today...

Week 14 didn't bring much change to the teams that would be in the post season.  However, in the NFC, Minnesota, Washington, and Dallas turned up the fire on Seattle, Chicago and New York.  Will one of them crack into the picture after week 15?  Baltimore's slide continues in the AFC, although the road may be easier through Houston instead of New England. 

NFC Seeds
1.) Atlanta Falcons (11-2)
2.) San Francisco 49ers (9-3-1)
3.) Green Bay Packers (9-4)
4.) New York Giants (8-5)
5.) Seattle Seahawks (8-5)
6.) Chicago Bears (8-5)

NFC Wild Card Round
Packers over Bears
Giants over Seahawks

NFC Divisional Round
Packers over 49ers
Giants over Falcons

NFC Championship Game
Giants over Packers

AFC Seeds
1.) Houston Texans (11-2)
2.) New England Patriots (10-3)
3.) Denver Broncos (10-3)
4.) Baltimore Ravens (10-3)
5.) Indianapolis Colts (9-4)
6.) Pittsburgh Steelers (7-6)

AFC Wild Card Round
Broncos over Steelers
Ravens over Colts

AFC Divisional Round
Texans over Ravens
Patriots over Broncos

AFC Championship Game
Patriots over Texans

Super Bowl
Patriots over Giants

***Hard to pick Atlanta after last week.  I still like Green Bay over the 49ers in San Fran, if that game is in Green bay, the Packers lose. The Giants own the Packers.  Tough to not pick the Patriots in the AFC.  Really, that Super Bowl again?  I am afraid so...***

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