PDA

View Full Version : Webnews: All 12 playoff spots could be clinched in Week 16



Coach
12-21-2015, 06:04 PM
By Michael David Smith (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2015/12/21/all-12-playoff-spots-could-be-clinched-in-week-16/)http://nbcprofootballtalk.files.wordpress.com/2015/11/459467050-e1447707467287.jpg?w=200&h=170&crop=1
We could know the identity of all 12 playoff teams by the end of Week 16. We wouldn’t know exactly how all 12 of those teams would be seeded — that can’t be determined until Week 17 — but the NFL’s clinching scenarios for this week make it possible for every playoff spot to be…
Read more… (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2015/12/21/all-12-playoff-spots-could-be-clinched-in-week-16/)

matthewschiefs
12-21-2015, 06:09 PM
IMO Chiefs Clinch this week

Chiefs beat the Browns Jets lose to the Pats

brdempsey69
12-21-2015, 06:43 PM
IMO Chiefs Clinch this week

Chiefs beat the Browns Jets lose to the Pats

If this happens, then the season final against Oakland is no longer a "must win" game, as the Chiefs would be guaranteed a play-off slot.

Then it raises the question. Does Andy Reid do like he did at the end of the 2013 season & play all his backups and rest his starters to make sure he has them ready for the post-season? Or does he put all his stock into that regular season final? I suppose a legit case can be made for either scenario, but personally, I'd rather that Andy Reid did the former (same as he did in 2013), because if the Chiefs win one of their remaining two games and Donks lose both of their remaining games, the Chiefs still win the AFC West.

The "must-win" game clearly is the Cleveland game coming up & the Chiefs must treat it like a playoff game.

ctchiefsfan
12-21-2015, 09:59 PM
If this happens, then the season final against Oakland is no longer a "must win" game, as the Chiefs would be guaranteed a play-off slot.

Then it raises the question. Does Andy Reid do like he did at the end of the 2013 season & play all his backups and rest his starters to make sure he has them ready for the post-season? Or does he put all his stock into that regular season final? I suppose a legit case can be made for either scenario, but personally, I'd rather that Andy Reid did the former (same as he did in 2013), because if the Chiefs win one of their remaining two games and Donks lose both of their remaining games, the Chiefs still win the AFC West.

The "must-win" game clearly is the Cleveland game coming up & the Chiefs must treat it like a playoff game.

YUP!!!! We NEED to SQUASH the Browns and hopefully lock up a playoff berth. GO PATRIOTS!!!!