Is seed #4 better than seed #3?

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    Is seed #4 better than seed #3?

    Let's assume that if seed #3 was significantly better than seed #4, BB would not have inserted Brian Hoyer into the game, twice, in time-critical situations. 

    First question: is Baltimore a better patsy than the Jets?  Baltimore had to knock Oakland's Charlie Frye out of the game in order to eke out an 8 point win against a moderately bad Raiders team.  With the playoffs on the line, why couldn't Baltimore beat Pittsburgh?  Will the Ravens miss their cornerback Lardarius Webb, on IR? 

    Second question:  Is Indianapolis a better patsy than San Diego?  Even before clinching, Indy was eking out all sorts of close victories against Houston and Baltimore.  Also, BB has played Indy this year.  BB typically does better when he plays a team a second time. 

    Final question:  Did BB deliberately want a #4 seed, or did he just feel like playing Brian Hoyer to give the kid some game experience?
     
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    Re: Is seed #4 better than seed #3?

    It really doesn't matter for your #1 ranked pats.
     
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    Re: Is seed #4 better than seed #3?

    it depends on if the two top seeds get knocked out in the second round.then the no.3 seed would host the championship game.other then that,after the first round of the playoffs,you pick your poison on who you end up playing.
     
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    Re: Is seed #4 better than seed #3?

    when you are playing crappy, it don't make any difference....
     

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