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Is the Wild-Card an Option?

Its prob goin to the Falcons or a team out of the NFC East
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by Norcal9erfan:
I'm not following your logic... To be 10-6 we would have to only lose 2 games against the teams you mentioned:

@IND, CHI, @GB, ARI, @ PHI

Indy will be an extremely tough game, so that leaves 1 loss against:
CHI, @GB, ARI, @ PHI

....And thats not even mentioning Seattle at their home! I hope so, but HIGHLY unlikely.

I picked out the "tough games" for each team. I'm assuming none of the teams stumble against garbage teams.

I understand what you did, but I dont agree with the logic. You are saying we have a good chance of going 10-6, but that is not looking probable with only 2 losses agains 5 tough teams + Seattle at their house is not a "garbage team".
[ Edited by Norcal9erfan on Oct 29, 2009 at 4:12 PM ]
I think we have to win division to get in, but this is the NFL where strange things happen.
With just six or seven games in depending upon the team, it's kind of hard to say who will ultimately be there in the end vying for the wildcard slots, but it seems like it's going to be win the NFC West or stay home unless things really begin to pick up.
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Originally posted by PatrickWillisHOF:
Its prob goin to the Falcons or a team out of the NFC East

but the 9ers won't have to care about that because they will be the NFC West champs.