Found December 12, 2012 on Kissing Suzy Kolber:
This time of year, though the playoff picture has taken shape, it’s outer edges remain muddied and convoluted. As always, there is the messy business of tiebreakers and who must win what in order in sneak into the playoffs. If the last few years are any indication, it will be those teams that eventually vie for a Super Bowl title. So even if you’re talking about the sixth seed, the stakes are still high. Thankfully, KSK has gone to the trouble of sorting it out for you, with the caveat that the Jets are technically very much alive for a playoff berth, because this year is a mess. NFC ATLANTA The Falcons can clinch homefield advantage in the NFC playoffs if: They get the f*ck off the Panthers’ field. Not only because they were instructed to do so, but because none of their remaining games take place there. Seriously, best to move on, guys. SAN FRANCISCO The 49ers can clinch homefield advantage in the NFC playoffs if: Nobody’s got it better than them The 49ers can clinch a first-roun...
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