Pats Division Playoff date.

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    Pats Division Playoff date.

    Anybody no what day the Pats will play their divisional playoff game? Sat or Sun
     
  2. You have chosen to ignore posts from apdynasty23. Show apdynasty23's posts

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    We won't know until after Wild Card Weekend bro.
     
  3. You have chosen to ignore posts from prolate0spheroid. Show prolate0spheroid's posts

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    Or if it hasn't been announced yet, when does the NFL make the decision?  
     
  4. You have chosen to ignore posts from p-mike. Show p-mike's posts

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    I would be very surprised if this information is available yet.

     
  5. You have chosen to ignore posts from apdynasty23. Show apdynasty23's posts

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    Wild Card weekend dates/times will be released after Week 17 games are finished since we still have some seedings to figure out in both conferences. After the Wild Card Weekend games finish, they'll release the Divisional Playoff schedule.
     
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    Re: Pats Division Playoff date.

    Isn't it normally the #1 seed that plays Saturday so they get the extra day if they win?
     
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    [QUOTE]Isn't it normally the #1 seed that plays Saturday so they get the extra day if they win?
    Posted by qball369[/QUOTE]
    That sounds right.
     
  8. You have chosen to ignore posts from p-mike. Show p-mike's posts

    Re: Pats Division Playoff date.

    I believe they play a night game on Saturdays, which is likely to feature the most attractive TV matchup. You've got to figure that's going to be the Pats no matter who they get, but particularly if it's New Jersey (green).




     
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    [QUOTE]I believe they play a night game on Saturdays, which is likely to feature the most attractive TV matchup. You've got to figure that's going to be the Pats whether they get New Jersey, Indy or the Chefs.
    Posted by p-mike[/QUOTE]

    The Pats cannot face the Chiefs in the Div round.

    It will be the winner of the WC who is either Indy/Jax, Baltimore/Pitt, or the Jests.

    My crystal ball says it will be NE vs Baltimore ... but that thing only works half the time ....
     
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    Yeah, my mind keeps blanking on K.C. as a three seed.

    It just doesn't compute.



     
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    Re: Pats Division Playoff date.

    The Pats would face the highest remaining seed after WC weekend.  Right now it would shape up as....

    5 Ravens @  4 Dolts
    6 Jets @ 3 Chiefs

    Indy holds a tiebreaker over KC, just in case KC mails it in next week.

    And for the record, Baltimore NEVER beats the Dolts.  Ever. 


    As for the Chiefs, I have no freakin clue what to even pretend to expect from them.

     
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    [QUOTE]The Pats would face the highest remaining seed after WC weekend.  Right now it would shape up as.... 5 Ravens @  4 Dolts 6 Jets @ 3 Chiefs Indy holds a tiebreaker over KC, just in case KC mails it in next week. And for the record, Baltimore NEVER beats the Dolts.  Ever.  As for the Chiefs, I have no freakin clue what to even pretend to expect from them.
    Posted by buttgrundle[/QUOTE]


    Don't you mean lowest?
     
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    IF we had to play KC I hope Bill OBrien and BB come up with lots of new moves so Cassell, and those coaches who know the Pats are caught off guard.
     
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    Rex Ryan will be so pumped up if they have to play us. I think the trash talk will be worse then it was before the last game.

    Plus they will use that game to game plan on us---but again BB can throw some new wrinkles into the plan and we can beat them again.

    Brady is way better then Sanchez. Way better.
     
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    Here ya go  http://www.nfl.com/schedules?seasonType=POST

    We will play Jan 15 or 16

     
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    Highest as in "highest number" is what I meant.  Lousy explaination on what I meant, my bad.  Especially going in talking about the Chiefs and Colts.

    I'd hope to see NYJ @ Indy and Baltimore @ KC, but I can hope in one hand and dump in the other and I know which one will fill up first....
     
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    I'm pretty sure the Pats being the #1 seed will play the lowest remaining seed left after the 1st round ( Wild Card) bye week.
     
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    in 2007 the seeding was

      #1 Patriots  #2 colts #3 chargers #4 steelers #5 jaguars #6 titans 

      #6 titans played at #3 chargers Win / #5 jaguars Win played at #4 steelers

      #5 jags played at #1 Patriots Win  /   #3 chargers Win played at #2 colts 

                #3 chargers played at #1 Patriots Win

                     we'll play the lowest remaining

     
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    Re: Pats Division Playoff date.

    Is this your first year watching NFL. The seedings and pairings are really not this difficult. You think we were discussing trig or calculus.
     
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    I will now simplify. The 6th seed plays @the 3rd seed and the 5th seed plays @ the 4th seed. We then will play the winner of those two games, who is the worst seed-not complicated.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Pats Division Playoff date. : The Pats cannot face the Chiefs in the Div round.

     Actually the Pats could host KC in the Div round.

    If:
     Week 17 - Colts win and KC loses ( KC = 4th seed )

     Then both Colts and KC win their WC weekend games .

     Pats would get lowest remaining seed ...KC .

    ( and Colts would go to either Pitt or Balt  in Div. round )
     
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    The Hoodie versus the Footie?
     
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    Re: Pats Division Playoff date.

    To answer the original thread on time/date of the Divisional round:

    The NFL typically tries to pair up the right AFC/NFC doubleheader for each day.

    1. Western home teams will play the later games
    2. Home teams with Domes are flexed to play later games IF the other game is in a cold Eastern or Northern City
    3. They try to separate #1s to play on opposite days, but this isnt always the case.
    4. They like to split the late game with each conference. (ex. AFC on Saturday, NFC on Sunday)
    5. Lastly, if one game may have a special rivalry to it, they will make it prime time for sure.

    In the Case of the AFC my prediction is as follows after Week 16:

    Wildcard
    #6 New York Jets @ #3 Kansas City
    #5 Baltimore @ #4 Indianapolis

    The hunch is here CBS will want the Baltimore/Indy game for Sunday while NBC gets the NYJ.  win win for all involved.  NBC gets a big market, CBS gets the intriguing match up of offense vs. Defense AND Baltimore's old vs. new teams.

    NFC Wild Card
    #6 Green Bay/NY Giants @ #3 Philadelphia (likely)
    #5 New Orleans @ #4 St.Louis/Seattle

    If the Giants were to make it in, be assured they would play opposite of the Jets, meaning Sunday. Im even thinking the NFC west team will be host to the evening Saturday game regardless (Dome or out West)

    So...
    SATURDAY 1/8/2011
    Game 1: NYJets vs. Kansas City
    Game 2: New Orleans vs. NFC West

    SUNDAY 1/9/2011
    Game 1: Green Bay/NY Giants vs. Philadelphia
    Game 2: Baltimore vs. Indianapolis

    The NFL schedules the divisionals by generally predicting the likely outcome as to how it relates to TV time. Example, if the NYJets win, pencil that game on sunday Game 2 as CBS will pump that game as its main feature!

    My guess would be:

    SATURDAY 1/15/2011
    Game 1: Wild Card vs. Pittsburgh
    Game 2: Wild card vs. Atlanta

    SUNDAY 1/16/2011
    Game 1: Wild Card vs. Chicago
    Game 2: Wild Card vs. New England

    AFC Championship Game 1
    NFC Championship Game 2
     
  24. You have chosen to ignore posts from LatenightOwl. Show LatenightOwl's posts

    Re: Pats Division Playoff date.

    BTW...

    I like Kansas City to win
    I like Baltiimore to upset the Colts
    I like Philadelphia regardless of who they play
    I like New Orleans b/c that is so obvious

    Meaning

    Kansas City vs. Pittsburgh
    Baltimore vs. New England
    New Orleans vs. Atlanta
    Philadelphia vs. Chicago

    All great games!!
     
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    Re: Pats Division Playoff date.

    I agree with Late Night's panel, and I see the home teams winning out on the divisional weekend as well. 

    A New England vs Atlanta Superbowl seems in the cards ...
     
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