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still in disbelief that skins are playing the boys in final game at home for the nfc east title. haven't been this excited about a nfl game in about 20 years.
This post was edited by HokieNC 16 months ago
How do the Cowboys win the division with a win today? They would have split the series, both would be 4-2 in the division, but the Skins would be 7-5 in the conference, with the Boys 6-6. What tiebreaker would give the advantage to the Boys? The Skins have won 6 in a row, make it 7.
Resolve to perform what you ought; perform without fail what you resolve. You may be whatever you resolve to be - Stonewall Jackson
Record against common opponents. From ESPN.com:
'If the Cowboys beat the Redskins, the Redskins and the Cowboys will both be 9-7, and the Giants will be no better than 9-7. The Giants would be eliminated from a three-team tiebreaker because they would be 3-3 in the division and the other two teams would be 4-2. The Cowboys would then win with the two-way tiebreaker by virtue of their superior record in games played against common opponents -- teams they and the Redskins both played. The Cowboys are 8-4 in those games, with victories the Redskins couldn't get over the Bengals, Steelers and Panthers, while the Redskins are 7-5. Common-opponents record is the No. 3 tiebreaker in two-way ties, after head-to-head record (Cowboys and Redskins would be 1-1 against each other) and division record (they'd both be 4-2 in the division).'
This thread deserves more upvotes..
COME AT ME, HATERS!
I EAT YOUR DOWNVOTES FOR BREAKFAST
(But seriously, Washington is really good and we're probably going to lose )
This post was edited by Jasonde3 16 months ago
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