22 December 2016

2016 NFL Playoff Projections: Week 16

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Only two weeks remain in the NFL regular season which means it is now or never for many clubs as they try to knock down playoff berths. Who will get in and who won't? Here are my latest projections.

Week 16 Picks
 American Football Conference (2010 - Pres)
Current Playoff Picture
1 New England (12-2)
2 Oakland (11-3)
3 Pittsburgh (9-5)
4 Houston (8-5)
5 Kansas City (10-4)
6 Miami (9-5)

Tennessee (8-6)
Baltimore (8-6)
Denver (8-6)
Indianapolis (7-7)
Buffalo (7-7)

Projected Playoff Picture
1 New England (14-2)
2 Oakland (13-3)
3 Pittsburgh (11-5)
4 Tennessee (10-6)
5 Kansas City (12-4)
6 Miami (10-6)

Houston (9-7)
Indianapolis (8-8)
Denver (8-8)
Baltimore (8-8)
Buffalo (8-8)
 National Football Conference (2010 - Pres)
Current Playoff Picture
1 Dallas (12-2)
2 Seattle (9-4-1)
3 Atlanta (9-5)
4 Detroit (9-5)
5 New York (10-4)
6 Green Bay (8-6)

Tampa Bay (8-6)
Washington (7-6-1)
Minnesota (7-7)

Projected Playoff Picture
1 Dallas (13-3)
2 Seattle (11-4-1)
3 Atlanta (11-5)
4 Green Bay (10-6)
5 New York (12-4)
6 Detroit (9-7)

Tampa Bay (9-7)
Washington (8-7-1)
Minnesota (8-8)

1 comment:

  1. Ben, where are the Week 17 NFL Announcer Lineups? Since they were not listed, here is what I found:

    CBS:
    New England @ Miami
    Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts

    Cleveland @ Pittsburgh
    Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon

    Jacksonville @ Indianapolis
    Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots

    Buffalo @ NY Jets
    Andrew Catalon, Steve Beuerlein, Steve Tasker

    Houston @ Tennessee
    Tom McCarthy, Adam Archuleta

    Baltimore @ Cincinnati
    Carter Blackburn, Chris Simms

    Oakland @ Denver
    Jim Nantz, Phil Simms

    Kansas City @ San Diego
    Greg Gumbel, Trent Green

    FOX:

    Dallas @ Philadelphia
    Kevin Burkhardt, John Lynch

    Carolina @ Tampa Bay
    Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis

    Chicago @ Minnesota
    Dick Stockton, David Diehl

    NY Giants @ Washington
    Joe Buck, Troy Aikman

    New Orleans @ Atlanta
    Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston

    Arizona @ Los Angeles
    Chris Myers, Ronde Barber

    Seattle @ San Francisco
    Joe Davis, Brady Quinn

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