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  1. The Stripes are wearing Orange jerseys for this Sunday's victory against the current team calling themselves the "Browns". We are 20-6-1 wearing Orange jerseys. "Orange Alert!"
  2. 2017 Play off Picture

    But we only need to pass one, and we still have a game against the Ratbirds on our schedule. Anything can happen.
  3. Current 2018 Draft Order

    Bengals 20, Broncos 17 Bengals fall from #5 to #8 in the 2018 draft: 2018 Draft Order (through 11/13/2017) 1: CLE (0-10) 0.000 2: SFF (1-9) 0.100 3: NYG (2-8) 0.200 4: DEN (3-7) 0.300 SoS=0.475 5: IND (3-7) 0.300 SoS=0.484 6: CHI (3-7) 0.300 SoS=0.560 7: LAC (4-6) 0.400 SoS=0.463 8: CIN (4-6) 0.400 SoS=0.475 (-3 spots) 9: OAK (4-6) 0.400 SoS=0.488 10: ARI (4-6) 0.400 SoS=0.494 11: CLE (from HOU (4-6) 0.400 0.SoS=509) (-3 spots) 12: NYJ (4-6) 0.400 SoS=0.516 13: WAS (4-6) 0.400 SoS=0.522 14: MIA (4-6) 0.400 SoS=0.541 15: TBB (4-6) 0.400 SoS=0.563 16: DAL (5-5) 0.500 SoS=0.475 17: BUF (5-5) 0.500 SoS=0.503 18: GBP (5-5) 0.500 SoS=0.544 19: ATL (5-4) 0.556 SoS=0.579 20: DET (6-4) 0.600 Currently In Playoffs: 21: w-BAL (5-5) 0.500 (-9 spots) 22: w-TEN (6-4) 0.600 SoS=0.447 23: BUF (from d-KCC (6-4) 0.600 SoS=0.469) 24: w-SEA (6-3) 0.667 25: d-JAX (7-3) 0.700 SoS=0.434 26: d-LAR (7-3) 0.700 SoS=0.494 27: w-CAR (7-3) 0.700 SoS=0.551 28: d-PIT (8-2) 0.800 SoS=0.463 (-1 spot) 29: d-NEP (8-2) 0.800 SoS=0.497 30: d-MIN (8-2) 0.800 SoS=0.503 31: d-NOS (8-2) 0.800 SoS=0.544 32: d-PHI (9-1) 0.900 w-Wild Card Team d-Division Champion
  4. * Strength of Schedule (SoS) is the NFL's tiebreaker for teams with identical records, and it placed teams with weaker schedules higher in the draft order. * The SoS calculations below take in all 16 games on a team's schedule, including opponents who haven't been played yet. * Record and the SoS tiebreaker are used to determine the first 20 spots in the draft order. * The 12 teams that make the playoffs are at the bottom and fill out the remainder of the order as they're eliminated. Wild Card losers pick 21-24, Divisional losers pick 25-28, Conference Finals losers pick 29-30, with the order in that group determined by Record and SoS. Super Bowl losers pick 31, Super Bowl winners pick 32. Playoff teams are listed in the table below on Record/SoS, not on the projected order of finish in the playoffs. * Teams with identical records and SoS will flip a coin to break the tie. * Because of trades, CLE owns HOU's first round pick, and BUF owns KCC's. --- CLE traded 2017 first round pick (No 12 - Deshaun Watson, QB Clemson) to HOU for 2017 first round pick (No. 25, Jabril Peppers, S Michigan) + 2018 first round pick -- BUF traded 2017 first round pick (No 10 - Patrick Mahomes, QB Texas Tech) to KCC for 2017 first round pick (No 27, Tre'Davious White, CB LSU) + 2017 third round pick (No 91 - traded to LAR) + 2018 first round pick 2018 Draft Order (through 11/13/2017) 1: CLE (0-9) 0.000 2: SFF (1-9) 0.100 3: NYG (1-8) 0.111 4: IND (3-7) 0.300 5: CIN (3-6) 0.333 SoS= 0.469 6: DEN (3-6) 0.333 SoS= 0.482 7: LAC (3-6) 0.333 SoS= 0.486 8: CLE (from HOU (3-6) 0.333 SoS= 0.510) 9: CHI (3-6) 0.333 SoS= 0.537 10: TBB (3-6) 0.333 SoS= 0.562 11: NYJ (4-6) 0.400 12: BAL (4-5) 0.444 SoS= 0.458 13: ARI (4-5) 0.444 SoS= 0.489 14: OAK (4-5) 0.444 SoS= 0.500 15: WAS (4-5) 0.444 SoS= 0.524 16: MIA (4-4) 0.500 17: DAL (5-4) 0.556 SoS= 0.482 18: DET (5-4) 0.556 SoS= 0.486 19: GBP (5-4) 0.556 SoS= 0.527 20: ATL (5-4) 0.556 SoS= 0.576 Currently In Playoffs: 21: w-BUF (5-4) 0.556 22: w-JAX (6-3) 0.667 SoS= 0.425 23: d-TEN (6-3) 0.667 SoS= 0.438 24: BUF (from d-KCC (6-3) 0.667 SoS= 0.472) 25: w-SEA (6-3) 0.667 SoS= 0.476 26: w-CAR (6-3) 0.667 SoS= 0.544 27: d-PIT (7-2) 0.778 SoS= 0.448 28: d-LAR (7-2) 0.778 SoS= 0.489 29: d-MIN (7-2) 0.778 SoS= 0.500 30: d-NEP (7-2) 0.778 SoS= 0.506 31: d-NOS (7-2) 0.778 SoS= 0.548 32: d-PHI (8-1) 0.889 w-Wild Card Team d-Division Champion
  5. THE Ohio State Football Thread

    KBCS Update: Conference Bids: ACC (4) Clemson over (7) Miami and (23) NC State SEC (1) Georgia over (2) Alabama P12 (9) Washington over (11) USC B10 (8) Wisconsin over (12) Michigan State and (13) Ohio State B12 (5) Oklahoma over (6) TCU At Large Bids: (2) Alabama (3) Notre Dame (6) TCU Undefeated Teams: (7) Miami 8-0, bumps TCU (8-1) from playoffs (18) UCF 8-0, added to field forcing a play-in game Playoff Field (seeded by Ranking): (1) Georgia (9-0 SEC Champ) (2) Alabama (9-0 At Large) (3) Notre Dame (8-1 At Large) (4) Clemson (8-1 ACC Champ) (5) Oklahoma (8-1 B12 Champ) (7) Miami (8-0 Undefeated) (8) Wisconsin (9-0 B10 Champ) (9) Washington (8-1 P12 Champ) (18) UCF (8-0 Undefeated) Play-in: UCF (8-0) at Miami (8-0) First Round: Home: (1) Georgia, (2) Alabama, (4) Clemson, (5) Oklahoma Road: (3) Notre Dame, (8) Wisconsin, (9) Washington + Play-in Winner Pairings: If Miami is the Play-in winner (9) Washington (8-1) at (1) Georgia (9-0) (8) Wisconsin (9-0) at (2) Alabama (9-0) (3) Notre Dame (8-1) at (4) Clemson (8-1) *(7) Miami (9-0) at (5) Oklahoma (8-1) (* = Miami plays Oklahoma and not Clemson to avoid an ACC v ACC matchup) If UCF is the Play-in winner (18) UCF (9-0) at (1) Georgia (9-0) (9) Washington (8-1) at (2) Alabama (9-0) (8) Wisconsin (9-0) at (4) Clemson (8-1) (3) Notre Dame (8-1) at (5) Oklahoma (8-1)
  6. The following is from a Fantasy website, but I thought the author was particularly insightful: Truth.
  7. Bengals and Browns tried...

    Can't argue with that, but who says Hue would be our OC and in charge of talent evaluation. Duke Tobin does that now, and I forsee a future with Marvin stepping away from the sidelines but moving up into the front office. Whether he takes over personnel matters or they remain with Tobin is to be seen, but with TWO qualified bubbas available to make those decisions I wouldn't see Hue assuming those duties.
  8. THE Ohio State Football Thread

    Not that it matters much, because this is all hypothetical/fictional, but the BCS bubbas just released their first top-25 rankings. If those are used as the tiebreaker instead of the Coaches Poll: Conference Bids: ACC: Miami(FL) (10) over NC State (20) SEC: Georgia (1) over Alabama (2) P12: Washington (12) over USC (17), Stanford (21) and Arizona (22) B10: Ohio State (6) over Wisconsin (9) B12: Oklahoma (5) over TCU (8), Oklahoma St (10) and Iowa State (15) At Large Bids: (2) Alabama (3) Notre Dame (4) Clemson - bubble Undefeated Teams: Again, Clemson gets bumped, but this time by undefeated Wisconsin. UCF also makes the field, forcing a play-in game. Playoff Field (seeded by Ranking): (1) Georgia (8-0 SEC) (2) Alabama (8-0 At-Large) (3) Notre Dame (7-1 At-Large) (5) Oklahoma (7-1 B12) (6) Ohio State (7-1 B10) (9) Wisconsin (8-0 PLAY-IN TEAM) (10) Miami (FL) (7-0 ACC) (12) Washington (7-1 P12) (18) UCF (7-0 PLAY-IN TEAM) Play-in: UCF (7-0) at Wisconsin (8-0) First Round: Home: (1) Georgia (2) Alabama (5) Oklahoma (6) Ohio State Road: (3) Notre Dame (10) Miami(FL) (12) Washington + Play-in Winner Pairings: If Wisconsin is the Play-in winner (12) Washington (7-1) at (1) Georgia (8-0) (10) Miami(FL) (7-0) at (2) Alabama (8-0) (9) Wisconsin (9-0) at (5) Oklahoma (7-1) (3) Notre Dame (7-1) at (6) Ohio State (7-1) If UCF is the Play-in winner (18) UCF (8-0) at (1) Georgia (8-0) (12) Washington (7-1) at (2) Alabama (8-0) (10) Miami(FL) (7-0) at (5) Oklahoma (7-1) (3) Notre Dame (7-1) at (6) Ohio State (7-1)
  9. THE Ohio State Football Thread

    Week 10 KBCS: Note: This is a fictional 8-team playoff system which places emphasis on winning your way into the post-season via securing your conference championship, while throwing the voters a bone by allowing them to select 2-3 entrants and using voting results to determine seeding/pairings. 5 of the 8 spots are reserved for conference champions - one is an automatic bid for the conference that is home to the defending national champ, while the other 4 go to the conferences who post the best cumulative non-conference record against the other competing conferences. The remaining spots go to the highest-ranked teams not already in the field. If there are any undefeated teams outside the preliminary field of eight, they are included. The first undefeated team bumps the lowest at-large team, while the second (and any other) undefeated teams are added to the field but must compete in a play-in game. Conference Bids: Automatic Bid to ACC (defending national champ - Clemson) Competed Bids to best 4 based on total non-conference record: (1) SEC (34-7) 0.829 (2) P12 (27-8) 0.771 (3) B10 (32-10) 0.762 (4) B12 (20-10) 0.667 (-) AAC (25-16) 0.610 (-) MWC (20-24) 0.455 (-) CUSA (22-28) 0.440 (-) MAC (21-27) 0.438 (-) SBC (13-29) 0.310 Conference bids are awarded to conference champs at end of regular season. For tracking purposes, they are awarded here to the conference/division leader with the fewest conference losses. If there are multiple, then the highest-ranked based on the weekly Coaches Poll: ACC = Miami(FL) over NC State (Rank = 6 v 19) SEC = Alabama over Georgia (Rank = 1 v 2) P12 = Washington (11) over USC (17), Stanford (18) and Arizona (25) B10 = Ohio State (3) over Wisconsin (4) B12 = Oklahoma (9) over Oklahoma St (10), TCU (12) and Iowa State (16) At Large Bids: Three highest-ranked teams (Coaches Poll) not already in field (2) Georgia (4) Wisconsin (5) Clemson - bubble team Undefeated Teams: Any undefeated teams not already in the field are included. The first one bumps the lowest-ranked at-large team. Any others are added to the field but will require a play-in game to get the field down to 8 teams UCF (ACC) 7-0 (bumps Clemson) No other Undefeateds left, no play-in game required Playoff Field (seeded by Ranking): (1) Alabama (8-0 SEC) (2) Georgia (8-0 At-Large) (3) Ohio State (7-1 B10) (4) Wisconsin (8-0 At-Large) (6) Miami(FL) (7-0 ACC) (9) Oklahoma (7-1 B12) (11) Washington (7-1 P12) (14) UCF (7-0 At-Large) First Round Pairings: Quarterfinals are played on campus sites. Top three conference champs plus next highest-ranked team get games at home. Pairings have best home team playing worst road team, but no two teams from same conference may play each other. Home: (1) Alabama (2) Georgia (3) Ohio State (6) Miami Road: (4) Wisconsin (9) Oklahoma (11) Washington (14) UCF Pairings: (14) UCF (7-0) at (1) Alabama (8-0) (11) Washington (7-1) at (2) Georgia (8-0) (9) Oklahoma (7-1) at (3) Ohio State (7-1) (4) Wisconsin (8-0) at (6) Miami(FL) (7-0) Winners advance to neutral-site Semi-Finals, Semi Finals are hosted on a rotating basis between the five major bowls (Rose Sugar Cotton Fiesta Orange) Best plays worst, but teams from same conference cannot play UNLESS 3 or more of the semi-finalists are from same conference, then it's just best v worst If a Semi Final site has a traditional affiliation with a conference whose champion is in the Semi-Finals, that site gets that team if possible. Rose = B10/P10 Sugar = SEC Cotton = B10 Fiesta = none Orange = ACC This year, Rose (B10/P10) and Sugar (SEC) are the Semi-Final sites If the 4 home teams win: (6) Miami(FL) v (1) Alabama = Sugar Bowl (because Alabama are SEC champs) (3) Ohio State v (2) Georgia = Rose Bowl (because Ohio State are B10 champs)
  10. My interest in baseball isn't what it was when I was a kid, but with Cleveland and Boston eliminated and the Cubs on the edge of extinction, I'm running out of teams to actively root against. Here's my updated "rooting interest" flowchart:
  11. Dudes, chill. We still control our own destiny. 13-3 will get us first place, even if one of the other North teams runs the table (aside from their obligatory loss to us during our upcoming 13-game winning streak). We feast of Buffaloooo this week.
  12. Very well. I will be there and will bring a g/f. Just gotta decide which one
  13. Tailgate at Lambeau 9/24

    Hint: Public kudos to you and apologies from me for not making it to your tailgate. We were about a mile away, but it was so blasted hot that moving more than a few hundred yards from the bus or air conditioning was painful. The weather gods didn't cooperate. Sounds like you had a whale of a time anyway, which is great. Wish things had turned out differently so we could've made it by. -ABF
  14. Tailgate at Lambeau 9/24

    I wonder if this thing will score me any perks at Lambeau:

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