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Old 12-27-2004   #1
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Default Undetermined home game in 2005-Broncos or Chiefs

Our undetermined home game for 2005 will be against either the Broncos or the Chiefs. I assume if we win against the Browns and the Jags lose against the Raiders this week leaving us and the Jags tied at 8-8, for purposes of the schedule in 2005 we would be considered 2nd in the AFC South since we beat the Jags twice. That would mean we would play the Broncos at home in 2005 (instead of the Chiefs). Does anyone know for sure that we would be considered 2nd in the AFC South if we tie the Jags since we beat them twice? I think so unless there is some wrinkle I am missing as relates to scheduling and how that might be affected by ties in the division.
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If the Jags and Texans are both 8-8, we are definitely considered #2 in the division.
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I'd think you would rather play the Broncs as you can always count on Plummer mistakes to keep you in the game. Priest will be back next year, and PISSED off. The KC offense has too many weapons to contain (with a healthy Priest) and the D has finally looked a little better as of late. I'd hope for the Broncos.
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The Chiefs will also make their defense a priority this offseason. Last year the only major change they made was bringing in Gunther Cunningham as the defensive coordinator to replace Greg Robinson. They basically had all the same players and were hoping that Gunther could improve the defense. They were wrong. The Chiefs again had one of the worst defenses. They will definitely bring in some new players.

I don't know who I would want to play between the Broncos and Chiefs until I see what changes they make during the offseason.
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Our undetermined home game for 2005 will be against either the Broncos or the Chiefs. I assume if we win against the Browns and the Jags lose against the Raiders this week leaving us and the Jags tied at 8-8, for purposes of the schedule in 2005 we would be considered 2nd in the AFC South since we beat the Jags twice. That would mean we would play the Broncos at home in 2005 (instead of the Chiefs). Does anyone know for sure that we would be considered 2nd in the AFC South if we tie the Jags since we beat them twice? I think so unless there is some wrinkle I am missing as relates to scheduling and how that might be affected by ties in the division.
Just to remind the people that there is not some conspiracy on scheduling

in 2005 the Texans play the NFC West and AFC North. the road game will be against the AFC East team in the same place and the home game will be against the aforementioned AFC West.
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Who do we have at home and who is on the road?
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HOME
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Pittsburgh
Arizona
St. Louis
AFC West
AWAY
Baltimore
Cincinnati
San Francisco
Seattle
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HOME
Cleveland
Pittsburgh
Arizona
St. Louis
AFC West
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Cincinnati
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Seattle
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Whoa I didn't realize you all had Seattle at home......maybe I am a spy :P
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Whoa I didn't realize you all had Seattle at home......maybe I am a spy :P
No, Seattle is away.
I just put an X next to the San Francisco game as my annual "away game".

Although...looking at yesterday's game at Jacksonville...I may be able to find some walk-up front row 50 yard line seats there.
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