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NFL Owners Meeting Reportedly Set To Make Decision On AFC Playoffs

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The NFL has still not decided how it will handle seeding for the upcoming AFC playoffs.

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The league has still not announced a final decision on Monday's suspended game between the Bills and Bengals. Earlier today, a report said the game would not be played again at any point, but the NFL denied that assertion. 

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Tonight, Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio, citing "multiple sources," reported that the league's owners will meet tomorrow to discuss AFC seeding.

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Bills-Bengals was suspended after Buffalo safety Damar Hamlin collapsed and suffered a cardiac arrest on the field. If the game is not made up, then the league would likely use winning percentage to determine the order of the top three seeds.

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The issue with that, as Florio explains, is that the Chiefs could wrap up the No. 1 seed with a win this weekend, despite the fact they lost head-to-head to the Bills and Bengals. 

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Also, should the Bills and Bengals win in Week 18, Buffalo will be the No. 2 seed thanks to winning percentage. That's not fair to Cincinnati, considering they didn't get to have their chance to face the Bills.

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There's a lot these owners will have to figure out. That's why they make the big bucks though.