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FWIW
December 03, 2017 08:05PM
Playoffs

Assume the Pack beats Cle and AR Comes back and the Pack wins out. (We've been there before.)

That eliminates Det which will have one more loss, losing to the Pack at GB. Dal is out on head to head. Car is unreachable. That leaves Sea and Atl. If Sea loses to Phi tonight then one more loss and we win head to head. Atl has head to head but faces 2 games against NO and one against Car. Two losses are quite possible putting them behind us.

There you have it. Playoffs here we come.
Re: FWIW
December 03, 2017 10:26PM
Nice




Re: FWIW
December 04, 2017 01:25AM
Sea's unexpected win and Carolina's loss makes then now the prime candidate to be overtaken. Carolina has a tough schedule and the logic of a GB sweep has potential, but less so because the Sea head to head was already in the bag, and the GB Carolina game will be Aaron's first one back with both teams playoff hopes on the line.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/04/2017 01:30AM by Brucest.
Re: FWIW
December 04, 2017 01:49AM
But remember, Rodgers it's not a lock to be back for the Carolina game. Even though he is able to throw he still has to pass the bone density exam week after next. He will not be cleared unless that happens and we can after next is a very optimistic timeframe given the severity of the break. He needs to be able to handle the contact to be cleared. The throwing capacity is only part of the equation.
Re: FWIW
December 04, 2017 10:12AM
With the metal plates in there, and staying in until he is done playing, the bone only needs to healed to 80-85%. The plates provide the extra % over 100% of fully healed bone strength. I read this a few weeks ago from an orthopedist