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In the AFC, Top Seed Could Be a Booby Prize
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Dec 14th 2008 9:36PM by JJ Cooper (author feed)
Filed under: Broncos, Steelers, Titans, AFC North, AFC South, NFL PlayoffsThe Titans’ loss on Sunday combined with the Steelers’ win means that next Sunday’s Titans-Steelers’ game will likely decide who finishes as the No. 1 seed and who has to settle with being No. 2. But considering how the AFC playoffs are settling out, it may be turn out to be better to finish as the No. 2.

The No. 1 team gets home field throughout the AFC playoffs, and they will get to face the lowest-seeded team that advances out of the first round of the playoffs. Normally that means you get to face the No. 4 seed (if there are no upsets) or a wild card team that pulled off a shocker.

But this year, it’s highly likely that the wild card teams will be a tougher matchup than either of the division champs who have to play on the first weekend of the playoffs. The Colts are on track to finish 12-4, but they have already lost the AFC South division crown to the Titans. The 9-5 Ravens are in the battle for the second wild card spot with one of the toughest defenses in the league. It’s highly possible that the Colts will be seeded No. 5 and the Ravens will be No. 6 when the playoffs roll around.

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