NFL Playoff Implications In Week Two?

Posted: 19th September 2009 by Nick Signorelli in NFL
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The NFL season is 17 weeks long, with each team playing 16 games. Many people believe that it is not the way you start, but the way you finish. As much as that may have been true in the past, in todays NFL, those days are long gone. In week one, the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Tennessee Titans in over time for the NFL's kick off game. If both the Steelers and Titans win their divisions, with the same record, Pittsburgh will be the higher seed, based on the OT win. In addition, the Green Bay Packers defeated the Chicago Bears, and if the Minnesota Vikings win the division, then Chicago may be left out of the playoffs because of that loss. So, as week two is set to begin, here are the important playoff implications to keep an eye on.     Baltimore Ravens at San Diego ...

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