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Should the NFL's playoff structure be changed to prevent

Should it change?  

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  1. 1. Should it change and if so how?

    • Keep it exactly how it is
    • Keep the seeding how it is but the team with the better record gets to host
    • Top 6 teams in each conference make the playoffs division winners or no
    • Everybody makes the playoffs with seeds like basketball
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    • Whoever's coach has a better-looking goatee gets to host


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FireJimCaldwell    3,011

There has to be some reward involved with winning the division. 

 

If anything I'd expand the # of teams as discussed in another thread, but I believe division champs should play at home as opposed to playing on the road. 

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Tsarquise    463
Silly home game hostings like an 8-8 hosting a 12-4? If so, how?

Yeah, like when the colts had to face an 8-8 chargers team on the road even though they won the head to head match up.

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Moose Of Woe    1,342
Yeah, like when the colts had to face an 8-8 chargers team on the road even though they won the head to head match up.

 

Won the head to head IN San Diego, no less. Then we went to SD again in the playoffs and lost.

 

The Chargers really were our kryptonite matchup personnel wise. Let alone all the boneheaded penalties/ints/fumbles/special teams blunders/SPROLES and mass of stupidity that always happened on top of that.

 

Heck one game Peyton threw like SIX INT's, and we STILL could have won only to watch Vinny shank like a 22 yard game winning field goal. Just awful.

 

On the plus side, Peyton has a team that doesn't match up horribly against them now and can make them his "female dog" for the next four seasons. Rivers wanted to see Manning more? He got it. Hope he enjoys wild card at best.

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