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29 Dec 2010
Jaguars quarterback David Garrard will miss the final game of the season with a finger injury. Trent Edwards will start for the Jags in his place.
Posted by: Bill Barnwell on 29 Dec 2010
11 comments, Last at
01 Jan 2011, 3:48pm by
Your 2010 AFC South Division Champions, the Indianapolis Colts
they were sunk the moment mjd was injured, he's been taking over games for weeks
You are probably right, but I think Edwards could actually win a game if he gets hot. Stranger things have happened.
I made this playoff graphic again this year just for you:
Excellent! I'd wondered if we'd see this again this year. Last year, with as convoluted as the playoff picture was, I thought it was pretty cool following the graphic to see who was in and out as we went through the day.
i'll see what i can do about AFC... there's a lot of relevant games I believe.
6 relevant games, 2^6=64... i can do this late tonight.
all 64 afc scenarios:
I believe there are errors: if the Colts win, they're in, no matter what Jacksonville does, but the graph indicates (half the time?) that both teams winning means Jacksonville is in.
thank you. updated:
Jags playoff odds just dropped to 0.
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