So this was a crazy week with a lot of close scores. Here are the current playoff scenarios with 4 of the games final, and the other 2 basically being done.
Kyle will stay in first place after this week. He will have a one game lead over everyone and even if he loses next week, he should likely get the bye because of his point total.
I move up into second place, and my record is tied with Chad (3rd place) and Trevor (4th place), but I have the tie-breaker on points. If only one of us win next week, that person will get the other first round bye. If I win (no matter what Chad or Trevor do) I should get the bye because I have the most points. If Chad wants the bye, he needs to win, and he either needs me to lose, or he needs to outscore me by a lot. If Trevor wants the bye, he needs me and Chad to lose, or he needs to outscore us by a lot as well.
If we all lost and TJ won, the four of us would be tied on record, and even if he scored 1000 points more than us next week and had the points for the tie-breaker, he still wouldn't get the first round bye because two people can't get it in the same division.
Rob could also win and tie us on record (in the same scenarios as TJ) but he is significantly behind everyone on points, so he would not get any help from the tie breaker. Point of this story, Trevor will win his division.
Assuming Matt or Tyler (as long as Duke Johnson doesn't get less than -4) win this week, Geoff will officially be eliminated from the playoffs. He has had a good run to get where he is, but he should be done. I really liked his team at the beginning of the year too -- real bummer.
So Kyle, Skyler, Chad, and Trevor are in, and the last two seeds have 4 teams battling it out the last week.
If TJ and Rob win next week, Matt and Tyler will be eliminated. The same is also true if Matt and Tyler lose. If TJ and Rob lose and Matt and Tyler win, they will all be tied at 7 wins. If that happens, the last two spots would go to TJ and Matt based on tie-breakers. If Rob wins, TJ loses, and Matt and Tyler win, TJ should have a big enough lead on tie-breakers to keep the 6 seed. So the best bet for Matt to get in is win and then have Rob lose, and the best bet for Tyler is have both Rob and Matt lose, and then he would also have to outscore Rob by around 15 to get in.
There you have it. That's all the playoff implications from this week. So really, the only people who don't have anything to play for are Kyle, Brady, Geoff, Ren, and Jordan, but they are all playing someone who has something to play for. So every game matters, which is awesome. That's all for now.