NFL Week 14 (in the wild)

The interesting thing about these playoff projections are that Philadelphia is projected to be the 2 seed in the NFC over Chicago even though Chicago has 1 more win than them. Take a look at the rest of the Eagle’s schedule and then look at the Bear’s remaining schedule and it becomes very clear why these are the projections.

You can view the full rankings here.

Week 14 Playoff projections:
Playoff Projections:
AFC Projected seeds (Expected Wins) [Probability they make playoffs]{Ranking}:
1. New England (13.6874)[1]{2}
2. Pittsburgh (12.4096) [1]{3}
3. Kansas City (10.425) [.843]{15}
4. Jacksonville (9.518) [.7124]{14}
5. New York Jets (11.8408) [.9998]{4}
6. Baltimore (11.2332) [.9982]{5}

NFC Projected seeds:
1. Atlanta (13.6874) [1]{1}
2. Philadelphia (10.9962) [.8438]{9}
3. Chicago (10.587)[.8484]{10}
4. St. Louis (7.4758) [.477]{23}
5. New Orleans (11.091) [.8424]{6}
6. Green Bay (10.3086) [.7648]{7}

My Rankings: (Wins)
Teams Wins
1 Atlanta (10)
2 NewEngland (10)
3 Pittsburgh (9)
4 NYJets (9)
5 Baltimore (8)
6 NewOrleans (9)
7 GreenBay (8)
8 TampaBay (7)
9 Philadelphia (8)
10 Chicago (9)
11 Miami (6)
12 Cleveland (5)
13 NYGiants (8)
14 Jacksonville (7)
15 KansasCity (8)
16 Tennessee (5)
17 Indianapolis (6)
18 Minnesota (5)
19 SanDiego (6)
20 Oakland (6)
21 Washington (5)
22 Seattle (6)
23 StLouis (6)
24 Houston (5)
25 Dallas (4)
26 SanFrancisco (4)
27 Denver (3)
28 Arizona (3)
29 Cincinnati (2)
30 Buffalo (2)
31 Detroit (2)
32 Carolina (1)

Cheers.

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Posted on December 10, 2010, in Sports. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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