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2016 NFL Week 17

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Sunday, January 1
Baltimore at Cincinnati 1:00PM CBS Carter Blackburn/Chris Simms
Houston at Tennessee 1:00PM CBS Tom McCarthy/Adam Archuleta
Jacksonville at Indianapolis 1:00PM CBS Spero Dedes/Solomon Wilcots
New England at Miami 1:00PM CBS Ian Eagle/Dan Fouts
Buffalo at New York Jets 1:00PM CBS Andrew Catalon/Steve Beuerlein/Steve Tasker
Cleveland at Pittsburgh 1:00PM CBS Kevin Harlan/Rich Gannon
Carolina at Tampa Bay 1:00PM FOX Thom Brennaman/Charles Davis/Chris Spielman
Chicago at Minnesota 1:00PM FOX Dick Stockton/David Diehl
Dallas at Philadelphia 1:00PM FOX Kevin Burkardt/John Lynch
Oakland at Denver 4:25PM CBS Jim Nantz/Phil Simms
Kansas City at San Diego 4:25PM CBS Greg Gumbel/Trent Green
New Orleans at Atlanta 4:25PM FOX Kenny Albert/Daryl Johnston
New York Giants at Washington 4:25PM FOX Joe Buck/Troy Aikman
Arizona at Los Angeles 4:25PM FOX Chris Myers/Ronde Barber
Seattle at San Francisco 4:25PM FOX Joe Davis/Brady Quinn
Green Bay at Detroit 8:30PM NBC Al Michaels/Cris Collinsworth

TV maps
http://506sports.com/nfl.php?yr=2016&wk=17

Both networks doubleheaders
No blackouts
All times EST

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Playoff scenarios

NFC
CLINCHED:
Dallas: NFC East division title and home-field advantage throughout NFC playoffs
Atlanta: NFC South division title
Seattle: NFC West division title
New York Giants: playoff berth

Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta clinches a first-round bye:
1) ATL win
2) ATL tie + SEA loss or tie
3) SEA loss + DET loss or tie
4) SEA tie + DET loss

Seattle Seahawks
Seattle clinches a first-round bye:
1) SEA win + ATL loss or tie
2) SEA tie + ATL loss + GB/DET tie

Detroit Lions
Detroit clinches division title:
1) DET win
Detroit clinches a first-round bye:
1) DET win + SEA loss or tie + ATL loss
Detroit clinches a playoff berth:
1) DET tie
2) WAS loss or tie

Green Bay Packers
Green Bay clinches division title:
1) GB win or tie
Green Bay clinches a playoff berth:
1) WAS loss
2) WAS tie tie + TB win + GB clinches at least a tie in strength of victory over TB
(Note: GB clinches at least a tie in strength of victory tiebreaker over TB if one of the following teams win or tie: SEA, HOU, JAX, PHI. GB has already clinched strength of schedule tiebreaker over TB in this scenario)

Washington Redskins
Washington clinches a playoff berth:
1) WAS win + GB-DET game does not end in a tie
2) WAS tie + GB loss + TB loss or tie

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa Bay clinches a playoff berth:
1) TB win + WAS tie + GB loss + TB clinches strength of victory tiebreaker over GB
(Note: TB clinches strength of victory tiebreaker over GB if all of the following teams win: TEN, IND, DAL and SF)

AFC
CLINCHED:
New England: AFC East division title and first-round bye
Pittsburgh: AFC North division title
Houston: AFC South division title
Oakland: playoff berth
Kansas City: playoff berth
Miami: playoff berth

New England Patriots
New England clinches homefield advantage throughout AFC playoffs:
1) NE win or tie
2) OAK loss or tie

Oakland Raiders
Oakland clinches division title and a first-round bye:
1) OAK win or tie
2) KC loss or tie
Oakland clinches homefield advantage throughout AFC playoffs:
1) OAK win + NE loss

Kansas City Chiefs
Kansas City clinches division title and a first-round bye:
1) KC wins + OAK loss

Miami Dolphins
Miami clinches No. 5 seed:
1) MIA win + KC loss

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Thanks 210!

The Packers are favored by 3.5 points at Detroit. I give them a 70% chance of winning. Recent games at Detroit have been 2-2 and the Packers haven't played well on the road this season.

If Slay can't play for the Lions or isn't effective, make it an 80% chance of winning.

Cobb will probably be out for Green Bay. Rodgers is looking healthy. Jordy Nelson needs to catch at least one TD pass for Green Bay to win.

Matthews is okay and Perry will play, so the Packers will have a pass rush against Stafford.

It could be a shoot out, as the secondary for both teams is weak at the moment.

 

Happy New Years everybody!!!

Edited by adsfan

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