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If The Playoffs Started Today: The AFC Is An Abomination Edition

Hey, if there’s one thing I enjoy in life, it’s rampant speculation.

It could be about dinner, relationships, trades, buying a car, TV shows, etc.

Of course, guessing what TV networks are going to cover NFL playoff games is about as useless as it gets but I dig it.

Although we’re only going into Week 8, it is never too soon to look at the playoff picture.

AFC

#1 – Houston Texans (AFC South champion, bye)

#2 – Baltimore Ravens (AFC North champion, bye)

#3 – New England Patriots (AFC East champion)

#4 – Denver Broncos (AFC West champion)

#5  – San Diego Chargers (Wild Card)

#6 – Miami Dolphins (Wild Card)

NFC

#1 – Atlanta Falcons (NFC South champion, bye)

#2 – Chicago Bears (NFC North champion, bye)

#3 – New York Giants (NFC East champion)

#4 – San Francisco 49ers (NFC West champion)

#5 – Minnesota Vikings (Wild Card)

#6 – Green Bay Packers (Wild Card)

PROPOSED, FICTIONAL TV SCHEDULE

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12 @ 4:30PM – #5 Minnesota Vikings  at #4 San Francisco (NBC)*

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12 @ 8:00PM – #5 San Diego Chargers at #4 Denver Broncos (NBC)

SUNDAY, JANUARY 13 @ 1:00PM – #6 Miami Dolphins  at #3 NE Patriots (CBS)

SUNDAY, JANUARY 13 @ 4:30PM – #6 Green Bay Packers at #3 New York Giants (FOX)

*Also known as the “Brad Nessler Game.”

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