Originally posted by MadDog49er:
And, just as I speak, the Cowboys score and beat the Eagles.
Now, looking at the 7th or 8th pick. Thank you, Cowgirls.
Go Seattle!
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Originally posted by MadDog49er:
And, just as I speak, the Cowboys score and beat the Eagles.
Now, looking at the 7th or 8th pick. Thank you, Cowgirls.
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
And, just as I speak, the Cowboys score and beat the Eagles.
Now, looking at the 7th or 8th pick. Thank you, Cowgirls.
Originally posted by AllTimeGreat:Originally posted by MadDog49er:
And, just as I speak, the Cowboys score and beat the Eagles.
Now, looking at the 7th or 8th pick. Thank you, Cowgirls.
Go Seattle!
Originally posted by 49Fever:
my post wasn't perfectly correct so here it is again
Before the afternoon games here's the situation
1- Carolina
with 4 wins
2- Broncos (game vs chargers)
3- Bengals (lost)
4- Bills (lost)
with 5 wins : (texans cowboys are very close in strength of schedule)
5- Cards or 49ers (depending which team lose the game)
6- Texans (game vs Jaguars)
7- Cowboys (game at Eagles)
8- Browns (lost)
with 6 wins :
9- Seahawks
10- Cards or 49ers (slight chance of going in front or coin toss with seahawks)
11- Titans
12- Redskins
13- Vikings
14- Lions
So right now we could pick
#4 if we lose AND denver wins
#5 if we lose
#7 if we win AND dallas + seattle + houston win
#8 if we win AND two of those three win : dallas / seattle / houston
#9 if we win AND one of those three win : dallas / seattle / houston
#10 if we win AND none of those three win : dallas / seattle / houston
we cannot pick #6 as the browns already lost
if we win, we could go in front of seattle even if they lose (and so gain a spot from what is written above) but then the following scenario must happen :
If chicago AND NYG win
If chicago win but NYG lose THEN eagles must lose
If NYG win but chicago lose THEN eagles must lose AND we must win the coin toss
That's the complete picture not taking into account ties (too complicated)
Originally posted by mayo49:
God dam it! Somebody answer me.
Originally posted by mayo49:
God dam it! Somebody answer me.
Originally posted by Jcool:Originally posted by 49Fever:
my post wasn't perfectly correct so here it is again
Before the afternoon games here's the situation
1- Carolina
with 4 wins
2- Broncos (game vs chargers)
3- Bengals (lost)
4- Bills (lost)
with 5 wins : (texans cowboys are very close in strength of schedule)
5- Cards or 49ers (depending which team lose the game)
6- Texans (game vs Jaguars)
7- Cowboys (game at Eagles)
8- Browns (lost)
with 6 wins :
9- Seahawks
10- Cards or 49ers (slight chance of going in front or coin toss with seahawks)
11- Titans
12- Redskins
13- Vikings
14- Lions
So right now we could pick
#4 if we lose AND denver wins
#5 if we lose
#7 if we win AND dallas + seattle + houston win
#8 if we win AND two of those three win : dallas / seattle / houston
#9 if we win AND one of those three win : dallas / seattle / houston
#10 if we win AND none of those three win : dallas / seattle / houston
we cannot pick #6 as the browns already lost
if we win, we could go in front of seattle even if they lose (and so gain a spot from what is written above) but then the following scenario must happen :
If chicago AND NYG win
If chicago win but NYG lose THEN eagles must lose
If NYG win but chicago lose THEN eagles must lose AND we must win the coin toss
That's the complete picture not taking into account ties (too complicated)
Originally posted by MadDog49er:Originally posted by mayo49:
God dam it! Somebody answer me.
Yes.
MM is stating on his blog that he believes the Niners select 7th regardless of the Seahawk game. I am going to do some math
Originally posted by communist:
seattle will pick ahead of us b/c they have the worse SOS, i.e. the easier opponents...
edit: niners have .488 and the chickens should have .4896875 if they lose, so we should pick ahead of them.
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
In looking at the opponents for the Seahawks and Niners, the two teams only faced two different opponents. The rest were common opponents.
The Niners faced the Eagles and Packers. The Eagles finished four games over .500, as did the Packers. Both finished with 10-6 records.
Meanwhile, the Seahawks faced the Bears and the Giants. The Bears finished 11-5, six games over .500 and the Giants finished 9-7, two games over .500.
Unless I am missing something, both the Niners and Seahawks played equal strength, since their differing opponents finished with a 20-12 record.
Cheers.