See what the playoff picture would look like if the season ended today.
Updated: January 1, 2006, 9:13 PM ETESPN.com
The 2005 playoff picture and wild-card matchups are all set.
|AFC playoff race||NFC playoff race|
|1. Ind.(*)||13||2||0||6-0||11-1||1. Sea.(*)||13||3||0||6-0||10-2|
|2. Den.(y)||13||3||0||5-1||10-2||2. Chi.(y)||11||5||0||5-1||10-2|
|3. Cin.(z)||11||5||0||5-1||7-5||3. T.B.(z)||11||5||0||5-1||9-3|
|4. N.E.(z)||10||6||0||5-1||7-5||4. NYG(z)||11||5||0||4-2||8-4|
|5. Jac.(x)||12||4||0||4-2||9-3||5. Car.(x)||11||5||0||4-2||8-4|
|6. Pit.(x)||11||5||0||4-2||7-5||6. Was.(x)||10||6||0||5-1||10-2|
x - Clinched playoff spot
z - Clinched Division
y - Clinched Division and first-round bye
* - Clinched Division and Home-field Advantage
For a detailed explanation of tie-breaking procedures, click here.
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