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20 minutes ago, Duvel said:

Why not just extend the season now? its not rocket science.

Schedule the playoffs to start a month later and push the superbowl back accordingly. If the NFL insist on sticking to the usual schedule they're going to have some serious problems. 

Because that's far too sensible for the NFL.

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1 hour ago, Red Rocket said:

No way they’d push the playoffs back even if it is the sensible thing to do. Huge cultural significance for a lot of people, there’d be an outcry. 

They can push it back a week without much issue by cancelling the pro bowl week, which is only really there as a rest for the Super Bowl teams anyway. They ideally are going to need a week 18 and potentially a week 19 to fit all games in.

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2 hours ago, Red Rocket said:

No way they’d push the playoffs back even if it is the sensible thing to do. Huge cultural significance for a lot of people, there’d be an outcry. 

Is pushing it back worse than not fulfilling loads of fixtures? 

The way things are going youll have some teams playing 16 games and others playing 13/14 it would be a farce. 

The NFL has probably the longest off season out of every sport, why not use it?

 

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43 minutes ago, Duvel said:

Is pushing it back worse than not fulfilling loads of fixtures? 

The way things are going youll have some teams playing 16 games and others playing 13/14 it would be a farce. 

The NFL has probably the longest off season out of every sport, why not use it?

 

They are discussing that; and then they will make making the playoffs based on win % instead of record.

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So now the kerfuffle has died down a bit and the play off teams are known who do you fancy?

I would dearly love it not to be the Stupid Chiefs again and am hopefully that someone studies how we became the only team to beat them this year (and on their own patch at that)

If I had to pick one I'd like it to be the Packers and I see they are 2nd Favourites

 

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