I always hate waiting around for the networks to figure out the tiebreaker scenarios, so I sat down last night and worked out the AFC (at least I think I've got it all right). I figure someone out there might find this interesting, so while the kids are playing with the new toys... It's not comprehensive (e.g., no tie scenarios). Here goes, team-by-team: SD: Win and HFA. Balt: Win and bye. If SD loses, win and HFA. Indy: If Balt loses, win and bye. NE: If Indy loses, win and 3 seed. Denver: Win and 5 seed. Lose and KC win and out, UNLESS Jets lose 2 and Cinci, Tenn and Jax all lose. (KC's better division record means they get compared to the rest of the conference and when they lose the tie-breaker they're put up against the next team, so Denver never gets a chance.) NYJ: Win 2 and in. Win 1 and in, if Cinci loses, UNLESS Jax wins and Tenn loses and Denver wins OR if Denver loses and KC wins and either Jax loses, Tenn wins or Cinci loses. Cinci: If Jets lose 1, win and in. Tenn: If Jets lose 1 and Cinci loses, win and in. Jax: Win and in, if Tenn AND two of Jets, Cinci and Denver lose. (Tenn holds Division tiebreaker here.) KC: Win and in, only if Denver loses AND 2 of Cinci, Jax and Tenn lose OR 1 of them loses and Jets lose 2. Time to prepare for the grandparents. I won't be doing the NFC, other than to say that if GB beats Chicago, they get in over the Giants based on a better record against common opponents (1-3, if they beat Chicago vs 1-4). Anybody care to expand, amend or take on the NFC scenarios? Should be in print somewhere more official by Wed, I'd guess, though.