Last week we took a look at the Dolphins place in the wild card race. After their win against Jacksonville, the Miami Dolphins are now in sixth place in AFC. They are tied with Jacksonville, Baltimore and and New York at 7-6, but currently hold the tie breaker.
Miami's only concern, besides winning their last three, is Baltimore. If the Ravens and Dolphins finish with identical records, they will go to the 4th tie-breaker in the NFL's wild card tie-breaking procedures, strength of victory.
Strength of victory is calculated by adding together the amount of wins by teams that a club defeated. Currently, teams that Miami beat have a total of 40 wins. Teams that Baltimore beat have 33.
The Dolphins and Ravens both play Pittsburgh but Baltimore has the weaker remaining schedule which should be enough for the Dolphins to clinch as long as they do their part. If Miami were to lose a game they would need Baltimore to lose to Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh is the only conference game remaining Baltimore's schedule. Miami's last three games are in-conference. The second wild card tie-breaker is win-tied-lose percentage versus conference opponents. Both teams have 4 conference loses.
Miami still has a chance to repeat as AFC East champion. If The Patriots lose any of their..........
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