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 Post subject: Division win statistically impossible?
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Pretty self explanatory question. Is it statistically impossible for the hawks to win the division now? Or if we win out, and San Fran loses the rest, can we still get the division title?


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The Cardinals have to beat the 49ers, so yes, it is impossible


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SF has to lose both of their remaining games,

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Vpk0718 wrote:
The Cardinals have to beat the 49ers, so yes, it is impossible


Lol


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If Seattle wins out and SF loses the next two, Seattle wins the division. Not really probable, but it is possible.

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Couldnt you just have looked at the team records OP?


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Couldnt you just have looked at the team records OP?

Or paid attention to the bazillionty analyses by football pundits...

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Like... we cant even use the "The Cardinals beat the Patriots" line for false hope anymore.....(curses out brady, belichick & co.)


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Vpk0718 wrote:
The Cardinals have to beat the 49ers, so yes, it is impossible


Actually a tie AZ vs 49ers would work as well :)


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hawksfan515 wrote:
Vpk0718 wrote:
The Cardinals have to beat the 49ers, so yes, it is impossible


Lol


I wouldn't lol anything today haha. Too many upsets and crazy things happening. Any given sunday. Not that I'd put any money on it but AZ ain't dead.


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therealjohncarlson wrote:
Couldnt you just have looked at the team records OP?


Couldn't you have just not read the post?


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Frankly, I can see the Niners "folding" next Sunday at the Clink, because they know that they can beat AZ the following week. It won't be that big a deal to them because they cannot grasp the in #1 Homefield advantage. That said.....their Defense is a lot better than the Cards and Bills, so the probability of us scoring 50 points again is not likely.


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Wait.... So the Patriots loss to every team in the NFC west this year correct?

And yes, im too lazy to go look. But will come back and check on this. =)

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Hawk-A-Loogie wrote:
Wait.... So the Patriots loss to every team in the NFC west this year correct?

And yes, im too lazy to go look. But will come back and check on this. =)


Rams :tomato:


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Wait.... So the Patriots loss to every team in the NFC west this year correct?

And yes, im too lazy to go look. But will come back and check on this. =)

they crushed the rams


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Bigpumpkin wrote:
Frankly, I can see the Niners "folding" next Sunday at the Clink, because they know that they can beat AZ the following week. It won't be that big a deal to them because they cannot grasp the in #1 Homefield advantage. That said.....their Defense is a lot better than the Cards and Bills, so the probability of us scoring 50 points again is not likely.


This game still has implications for the 49ers post season besides the division. If the 49ers lose next week in Seattle then Green Bay moves to the #2 seed. So there is still alot on the line for them.


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 Post subject: Re: Division win statistically impossible?
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Kaepernick against AZs blitzing defense would be a matchup to watch - they're flat out not very good at defending the pass rush.

That said, our chances dropped from 50% chance of winning the division to 1% with last night's game IMO


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