But agree that the best bet is to finish ahead of Indy. They are so hard to project because they won on the road in Seattle and San Francisco, then get demolished at home vs St. Louis. They've got Tennessee twice, KC, Texans, and the Jags..... other than the head to head with Cincy. That head to head very well may decide who's the 3 seed and who's the 4 seed.
I'm normally the pessimistic guy on here. I don't think they can make a playoff run like I thought they could a few weeks ago, but I still think they win their division and have a better chance at winning a playoff game than they have since 2005. It may because of how bad the AFC is, but I'll take it however I can get it.
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The Patriots aren't a juggernaut this year so I wouldn't concede the #2 seed to them yet. They have to go to Carolina this week and then host the Broncos the week after. If the Bengals win this week, they could very well head into San Diego tied with New England.
Poor weather conditions called for tomorrow. Not sure who that favors but my gut says the Browns.
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I think the winner of this one wins the division. The Browns remaining schedule is very manageable and they'd obviously have the tiebreaker over the Bengals. A Bengals win gives them a 2.5 game lead with five to play.
first drive and we still can't protect Dalton...not a good sign.
Our offense is a mess. Dalton is playing terrible, line not blocking, receivers not getting open. Yikes.
Might have to bench Dalton.
He throws so many INTs. He is just awful right now.