Smack Houston, you have a problem (Schaub)

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Kaeotik, Oct 1, 2013.

  1. jplusip

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    You could write Locker a poem about his return.
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    I know it's early as hell but I took a look at the remaining schedules for AFC teams to get a better look at the playoff race just for fun. I strongly believe that the week 16 game at home against will be for the division and the ONLY playoff berth from the AFC south.

    In my opinion, the winners of the other AFC divisions are pretty clear. Broncos, Seahawks, and Ravens (maybe Cinci, but the second place finisher in that division will be irrelevant).

    Second place in the East will be Miami at 11-5 and second place in the West will be KC at 11-5. Looking at their schedules, I think these results are the most realistic for these teams. These will be the two AFC wild card teams because, as explained below, the 2nd and 3rd place AFC south teams will be 10-6 or 9-7.

    That leaves one playoff spot left for the AFC south champion.

    I think the Colts will finish 10-6 (with losses to Seattle, Denver, one loss to Houston, one loss to Tennessee, and one loss between San Diego/KC/Cinci).

    I think the Texans will head into the Week 16 game at 9-6 (with losses to New England, Denver, one loss between KC/San Francisco, and one loss to Indy).

    I think the Titans will head into the Week 16 game at 10-5 (with two losses between KC/San Francisco/Seattle, one loss to Indy, and a loss to Denver).

    So if Houston wins the week 16 matchup, there will be a three-way tie for the division and Houston will win the tiebreaker for having a 3-1 record between the three teams (Indy would be 2-2 and Tennessee would be 1-3). Tennessee and Indy would be 10-6 and lose out on wild card berths to MIA and KC.

    If the Titans win, they win the division outright at 11-5.

    Note: Even if we enter the Week 16 matchup at 9-6, we'd still have a shot at winning the division by beating Houston as long as we split with Indy and win the common games tiebreaker.
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  4. SawdustMan

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    Dang.... TE broke bad on that boy.
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  5. Titans Eternal

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    I mean, I COULD.

    But so could any of you. And I did the LAST poem...so basically ya'll do it, and I'll enjoy it.
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    rub a dub dub

    get well soon Locker

    yay God
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    dont ask dont tell bro
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  9. jplusip

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    Not sure how the Seahawks are going to win the AFC East...

    :anon:

    Though I still say the Brownies win the AFC North. Especially now that they've beaten Cinci. Ravens will not beat them the next time they play them, and they will sweep the Stoolers.
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  10. Titans Eternal

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    That was pulled DIRECTLY from the VY thread btw. NO EDIT.
































































    like 1 word added at most probably. Barely even edited.
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