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If the team formerly known as the San Diego Chargers and Las Vegas tie, they both make the playoffs. Otherwise, the winner is in and the loser is out. Optimal strategy is both teams agree to a tie so they both get in. I think it would be hilarious to see it happened although I am from Pennsylvania and the Steelers would get screwed if it happened.
01-09-2022 06:56 PM
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Raises the stakes a little bit doesn't it?
01-09-2022 08:49 PM
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RE: NFL Irony
but the Raiders had the ball last so they were in anyway but if they win they play at The Bengals and if they tie they play at KC. They went for the win and also sticked it to Bosa as icing on the cake.
01-10-2022 03:18 PM
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RE: NFL Irony
The Raiders played it absolutely perfectly. Either win or tie. No downside at all.
01-11-2022 01:30 AM
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