Sports scenarios for week 12: Steelers could make playoffs clear

18:35  25 november  2020
18:35  25 november  2020 Source:   ran.de

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On the 12th day of the game, the Steelers can make it clear that they are going into the playoffs. To do this, of course, they would have to win their Thanksgiving game against the Baltimore Ravens (in the night from Thursday to Friday at 2:10 a.m. live on ProSieben and ran.de ).

In addition, they would have to rely on help from the rifle. The Las Vegas Raiders should not win against the Atlanta Falcons and the Miami Dolphins should not win against the New York Jets, who have not yet won.

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The latter is the only team that has already determined that mathematically they can no longer qualify for the playoffs.

However, the Raiders and Dolphins should not both play a draw, otherwise the Steelers would not (yet) be able to reach the playoffs.

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To explain: Pittsburgh currently has a record of 10-0. With a win against the Ravens the worst possible would be 11-5 at the end of the season.

With the Kansas City Chiefs (currently 9-1) as well as the Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans, Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills (all 7-3), five teams could still overtake the Steelers. If the Miami Dolphins and Las Vegas Raiders (both 6-4), who still play against each other on Matchday 16, lost, only one of these teams could overtake the Steelers.

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A seventh place in the AFC and the playoff qualification would be guaranteed, as the Baltimore Ravens (6-4) with a defeat in the Thanksgiving game would have lost both clashes against Pittsburgh and thus could not overtake either.

The Pittsburgh Steelers qualify for the playoffs if:

- You win against the Baltimore Ravens


- The Las Vegas Raiders lose or tie against the Atlanta Falcons


- The Miami Dolphins lose or the New York Jets play a draw. Not if the Dolphins and the Raiders are both drawn.

Jaguars face bitter certainty

In addition to the New York Jets, who had to say goodbye to the playoffs on the previous day with a 0-10 record, the postseason dream could burst this week for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Jacksonville (1-9 balance sheet) would have to lose the game against the Browns (7-3). At the same time, either the Raiders against the Falcons, the Ravens against the Steelers or the Dolphins against the Jets (all 6-4) would have to win or play a draw.

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With just one week left, the playoff picture is clearer than it's been at any point in the season, but there's still a number of scenarios that can play out. The Steelers clinch home field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs with: 1) A Steelers win + Patriots loss or tie.

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Explanation: Jacksonville would have a 1-10 record in the event of a defeat and would have a maximum of 6-10 at the end of the season. The Steelers with currently ten wins, the Chiefs with nine wins and the Titans, Colts, Bills and Browns (already before the predicted victory over the Jaguars) with seven wins each, could no longer overtake them.

Since the Raiders are still playing against the Dolphins, the Jaguars would not be able to make it into the top seven. Even with a win, the playoff chances are given after the game day due to various constellations.

At a glance: The Jacksonville Jaguars no longer have a chance of the playoffs if:

- They lose to the Cleveland Browns

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