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NFL playoff scenarios

| Friday, Dec. 1, 2006

Playoff scenarios for week 13 as provided by the NFL:

AFC NORTH DIVISION

Baltimore can clinch division title with a win.

AFC SOUTH DIVISION

Indianapolis can clinch division title with a win.

2) Jacksonville loss.

3) A tie and a Jacksoville tie.

Indianapolis can clinch playoff berth with:

1) A tie and losses by the N.Y. Jets, Kansas City and Cincinnati.

2) A tie and losses by the N.Y. Jets, Kansas City, Denver and a Cincinnati tie.

3) A tie and Kansas City loss or tie, Cincinnati loss, N.Y. Jets tie and a San Diego win.

NFC NORTH DIVISION

Chicago can clinch division title with a win or tie.

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