Baltimore is unbeaten and could have the inside track on one of the two byes (along with indy) if they leave Denver undefeated tonight. Baltimore has a more competitive division and could drop a couple there as well as games vs Atlanta, @KC, vs carolina, and @new orleans. It is a more likely scenario that they lose more than the Pats do the rest of the way. Denver, after starting slow, is 2-1, a win makes them 3-1 and they only have competition from SD in their own division. No matter what, they hold the tiebreaker vs the Pats. Denver's schedule is a bit more forgiving than that of Baltimore's. They are not unbeatable by any stretch but they have more seemingly winnable games left than do the Ravens. I guess I'll go wtih rooting for Baltimore. The Patriots do not face Baltimore so really it is overall record and then record vs AFC opponents (if a tie) that will determine the seeding. The Patriots could still finished tied with Baltimore record-wise and win the tiebreaker. Since Denver beat the Pats head to head, we need them to lose one more than the Pats do (probably somewhere in the vacinity of 5 games) the rest of the way.