We almost certainly have to win the division to make the playoffs

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by World Peace, Nov 15, 2010.

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  1. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    The Ravens' schedule is just too easy for them to miss. Same goes for Steelers... and the Jets and Pats are in such good position. There's just no way one of those teams doesn't make the playoffs.
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  2. GoTitans3801

    GoTitans3801 Forward Progress!

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    Steelers could miss the playoffs if they can't pull their offense together due to injuries. I don't think that that is what will happen, but it certainly could. They lose to Oakland this week, and the Ravens in a few weeks, and they don't have much room for error.

    Lots of football left to be played, which is great.
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  3. VA_Titans

    VA_Titans Camp Fodder

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    This game this weekend is huge for the Steelers. I'd love to see the Raiders beat them and knock the Steelers down a noch. I don't think they're aa good as they think they are.
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  4. memphis_raven

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    Do you mean remaining schedule? Because the schedule is a tough one

    Jets, Steelers twice, Pats, Saints, Falcons, Bucs...

    They've already played most of their tougher games and AFC foes, have quite a few NFC coming up. But it'll likely come down to the home game against the Steelers for the division, unless someone trips up.

    Go Raiders - I think whoever loses that game on Sunday may miss the playoffs. Indy could lose to NE this weekend and still probably be OK unless TN can take them out.
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  5. Titanic_Sub

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    He meant the remaining schedule I'm pretty sure, even though you still have tough games against the Saints, Steelers, and Buccs coming up.
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