Which teams on the outside can get on the inside of the playoff chase?

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We regularly take a look at the AFC and NFC playoffs pictures, a snapshot that shifts and changes on a constant basis.

On Tuesday’s PFT Live, we took a look at the teams currently on the outside, crafting a three-round draft for identifying and discussing the top candidates to crash the postseason party.

So who do we like to make it? You’ll have to check out the video. Who do you like to make it? Drop a comment with your views below.

I promise to read all the comments if you promise to watch the video.

23 responses to “Which teams on the outside can get on the inside of the playoff chase?

  1. Lions and Pack fans are going to have to root for the Vikings to win the next two games — there may be an uptick in brain hemorrhages, or at least alcohol consumption, in WI and MI the next two weeks.

  2. purpleguy says:
    November 28, 2017 at 1:00 pm
    Lions and Pack fans are going to have to root for the Vikings to win the next two games — there may be an uptick in brain hemorrhages, or at least alcohol consumption, in WI and MI the next two weeks.

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    Now now, don’t just assume everyone acts like viking fans…

  3. Hope it comes down to the Raiders and Chargers the last week of the season, and the Raiders first game back in LA since they moved.

    Go Raiders!!!! Just Win Baby!!! You are in control of the AFC West!!!!

  4. The San Dee Ay Go Super Chargers will make the playoffs.

    Yeah I know – but it’s too hard to sing “Los Angeles Super chargers” 🙂

  5. The Chargers have a better chance of beating the Patriots in the playoffs than the Steelers do. Heck, almost any team has a better chance of beating the Patriots in the playoffs than the Steelers do. Small Ben in Big Games becomes Extra-Small (XS) Ben in Big Games against the Patriots.

  6. andrwken says:

    November 28, 2017 at 1:24 pm

    purpleguy says:
    November 28, 2017 at 1:00 pm
    Lions and Pack fans are going to have to root for the Vikings to win the next two games — there may be an uptick in brain hemorrhages, or at least alcohol consumption, in WI and MI the next two weeks.

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    Now now, don’t just assume everyone acts like viking fans…

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    The Vikings beating the Falcons and Panthers helps the Packers. Also, I believe Wisconsin is more known for people drinking a lot and over consumption than MN is.

  7. citizenstrange says:
    November 28, 2017 at 1:38 pm
    The Chargers have a better chance of beating the Patriots in the playoffs than the Steelers do. Heck, almost any team has a better chance of beating the Patriots in the playoffs than the Steelers do. Small Ben in Big Games becomes Extra-Small (XS) Ben in Big Games against the Patriots.

    Dude seriously. Your utter obsession with hating the Steelers and especially Ben Roethlisberger is just really sad. It’s almost like he personally bent YOU over in the ladies room – which I’m sure you were giddy as a schoolgirl about – until you realized he gave you a fake number and ghosted you. Get a new hobby. It’s not even mildly amusing anymore.

  8. citizenstrange says:
    November 28, 2017 at 1:38 pm
    The Chargers have a better chance of beating the Patriots in the playoffs than the Steelers do. Heck, almost any team has a better chance of beating the Patriots in the playoffs than the Steelers do. Small Ben in Big Games becomes Extra-Small (XS) Ben in Big Games against the Patriots.

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    Is it really that or is it that Mike Tomlin poops himself when he sees BB across the field in his hoodie?

  9. Packer fans are hopeful the Packers might pick up a few wins before the matchup with the Vikings at Lambeau in late December. Vikings fans are dreading the thought of losing a few and having their season come down to that same game. Dreading it.

    Stranger Shakespearean things have happened in the NFL before.

  10. Looks like the Falcons are getting hot and they have the tie breaker over the Sea Gulls. Carolina and New Orleans don’t look like they are going to fade. Therefore it means the most likely teams to make the playoffs are LAmbs, Panthers, Saints, Vikings, Falcons, and Eagles in the NFC.

  11. stellarperformance says:

    Packer fans are hopeful the Packers might pick up a few wins before the matchup with the Vikings at Lambeau in late December. Vikings fans are dreading the thought of losing a few and having their season come down to that same game. Dreading it.
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    I see you’re struggling to make the Packers appear to be relevant.

    The Packers have to win out to have a shot at making the playoffs, much less winning the division.

    It’s actually better for us Vikings fans if the Packers can win a few games to make their draft pick position worse.

    But I’m not sure that the Packers are a serious threat to any of their remaining opponents. It took Hundley’s career best game to lose to the Steelers by the same amount as the Browns did.

    For the Vikings to worry about the Packers, they would have to lose out. Not impossible, just not probable. And that assumes that the Packers can win out.

    How does it feel to be 4 games back with 5 to go?

    And Packer fans said (many times) that the Vikings would be eliminated by the end of October…

  12. stellarperformance says:
    Packer fans are hopeful the Packers might pick up a few wins before the matchup with the Vikings at Lambeau in late December.
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    So in other words, the Vikings game is the packers SB.

  13. crownofthehelmet says:
    November 28, 2017 at 7:23 pm
    stellarperformance says:
    Packer fans are hopeful the Packers might pick up a few wins before the matchup with the Vikings at Lambeau in late December.
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    To catch them and pass them, maroon!

  14. To catch them and pass them? That’s your plan – go 5-0 and hope the Vikes go 1-4. That sounds realistic. And I’m the maroon?

  15. Hey, brainwashed to win is an easier life as a fan than embracing the suck, wouldn’t everyone agree?

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