Over the next three weeks, I will be posting different scenarios based on the results of our games and other games. The overall goal is to get the Number One seed so we can guarantee home field advantage with every win in the playoffs. Assuming we lose tomorrow, if we win next week against the Colts, we will clinch the division. Here are some key AFC Matchups over the next 3 weeks. Week 14 Houston vs New England Week 15 Denver vs Baltiomore Indianapolis vs Houston San Francisco vs New England Week 16 New York Giants vs Baltimore Minnesota vs Houston New England vs Jacksonville Cleveland vs Denver Cincinnati vs Pittsburgh Week 17 Baltimore vs Cincinnati Houston vs Indianapolis Miami vs New England Kansas City vs Denver So here are two huge matchups that jump out to me. Denver vs Baltimore and San Fran vs New England. Assuming we lose to New England, if they lose to San Fran the following week, it would shake everything up. Here is how it would play out, we just need to win two more games, Indy and Minny at home, and we would get the Number one seed. However, if New England loses to San Fran, and Baltimore wins out, Baltimore could get the Number two seed, and New England getting the 3 seed. So, if New England wins their wild card match up, they would have to go to Baltimore, where they have already lost once this season. As long as we take care of our business over the next three weeks, we could go 14-2, or 13-3. Other than our own business, we will want to root for San Fran against New England, AND root for Baltimore to win out. Since they lost today, there is no way they can pass us, since we hold the head to head over them. There is one other Scenario I need to mention. It is possible for us to not win the division. If we were to win tomorrow, but lose our next three, Indy would hold the tiebreaker over us, and they would then win the Division. Hopefully that doesn't happen. With those matches and scenarios on notice, keep them in mind over the next three weeks. After every week, I will update the Scenarios, and see where we stand with the rest of the AFC.