Probably not a big news flash but the #1 seed is almost unattainable. We would need Balt, Pitt and Houston all to lose 1 more game while winning our remaining three. Their remaining schedules are not helpful: Pitt - SF, St Louis, Cleve (SF is the only non long shot) Balt - SD, Cleve, Cincy (Which SD shows up?) Houston - Car,Indy,Tenn (Car win's a shootout with Houston?) No matter how you slice it, the odds are very steep for all 3 to lose 1 remaining game. The best hope is for Houston to lose and we grab the #2. Obviously the 1 wild card is determined (Pitt or Balt). The Jets hold the other. However, the Jets are in Philly with Vick back, a half home game versus the Giants, and at Miami where the Phins will be playing hard as possible against a hated rival (playing with nothing to lose). Of all the teams in the hunt, the Jets probably have the toughest week to week schedule. If the Jets lose just one, both Oakland and Tenn have the inside track to edge out the Jets (IF either team can win out). If that Jets loss is to an AFC team, Cincy also holds the tie break if they win out (Cincy may still win out on a lesser tie break even if the loss is non AFC). Arguably, the Jets need to win out or they have to have help from 3 teams.