Last week at this time, there were eight teams fighting for the two AFC wild-card positions. Two teams at 8-6, four teams at 7-7. Now, there are five teams remaining. Sunday's games will determine seeds 3-6. Seed 3 - New England Patriots or Cincinnati Bengals Seed 4 - New England Patriots or Cincinnati Bengals The Bengals and Patriots have already won their divisions, and are guaranteed a home game in the AFC Playoffs. Both teams are 10-4, so if one wins, and the other loses, the winner will be the three seed, and the loser will be the four. If BOTH teams win, or lose, the following is the tiebreaker procedure according to NFL.com. 1 - Head-to-head, if applicable. No head to head game. N/A 2 -áBest won-lost-tied percentage in games played within the conference. If both teams win or both t ...
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