NFL Playoffs Could Change Next Season

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  1. gary

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    Oops wrong area Mods please move this thread.
     
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    I agree with it. It made no sense that the Giants, who were 10-6, had to play at Tampa Bay who went 9-7. The team with the better record should have had the home game, regardless if the Giants were a wild card
     
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    Agree.
     
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    Considering the Giants were 3-5 at home and 7-1 on the road I think they would have opted to play in Tampa anyway.
     
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    Maybe. Thank you for moving my thread.
     
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    Division titles should count for something, IMO. I have no problem in earning a wildcard home game due to winning your division.
     

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