So, with the magic number being 1, it's probably not premature to start thinking about playoff matchups. Which teams out there do you least want to face in the playoffs? Most of the discussion has been on Indy and Pittsburgh. I'm not sure what to think of Pittsburgh yet. I'll leave them off my list for now, since we'll have more info later. They may very well be number 1. 1) Denver. Yup. Number 1. Surprising pick and maybe it's fashionable because they won last night, but they match up well with us. They have the ability to keep use clock and keep the offense off the field and can defense Moss with single coverage. Have we played a real scrambling QB this year? Not really. Gives them a dimension we won't really have too much experience with. We should beat them most all the time, and it's hard to take seriously a team that lost 60-0 at home to Detroit, but if the Pats play poorly, they might be able to hang with us. 2) Indy. They should probably be number 1. But they are banged up. Still, even though they've played poorly in their last two games, the defense has been great both games, and the defense was excellent for 50 minutes against us. We would and should be favorite. They showed more in the first game, and we still beat them on the road despite some bad calls. Still, you have to put them in the category of teams withing that "any given Sunday" scare category. 3) Jags. Tough, well coached team. Not much else to say. 4) San Diego. They have loads of talent, but are far less than the sum of their parts. Still, they have 6 games left to click. They are going to eventually click -- like turning on a light switch and will be a much better team. Will it be this year? Not sure. If it happens, though, they will play with emotion against us. 5) Tennessee. Really hard to imagine scenarios where they win, but Young is a very talented player and has to be respected. You'd think we'd play them, if at all, after the bye week, and giving BB two weeks to prepare for them should expose them. Bottom line -- I'm rooting for Denver to lose. I don't really want any part of them this year. If it came down to Denver playing Indy in the first round and us getting the winner, I think, at the end of the day, I'd be hard pressed to root for Denver, and you need to be careful what you wish for. But watching them last night, they were the team that gave me some pause.