Re: Why is game in Indianapolis
posted at 11/10/2009 5:23 PM EST
In Response to Re: Why is game in Indianapolis
[QUOTE]Okay, once again. It's a three-year rotation. Assuming the teams continue to meet as division winners, they will do so in Foxboro the next three times.
Posted by prairiemike[/QUOTE]
I just want to make sure I understand what you are saying about how the home teams for the extra two games (same place in division).
Are you saying that when same place in division winners play, the home team is determined by whichever team will be the future home team when they are matched due to conference?
So, for example, the Pats are slated to play IND, HOU, @TEN, @JAX in 2012. So, if they place first and IND places first this year, the game next year will be in NE, but if JAX wins the AFC North this year, they will play at JAX?
If that is true, what happens if they end up with two home or road games?
E.G. They are slated to play OAK, SAN, @KC, @DEN in 2011. But the Pats, JAX and DEN all win their divisions this year. The Pats would play them both next year, but where would the games be?