If these playoff seedings hold up, the opening round would feature one of the league's hottest rivalries, the New York Jets versus the New England Patriots.
Rex Ryan is on record, again, saying that his team will be the eventual Super Bowl champs. The first step would be knocking out their hated divisional rivals.
The best thing that the Jets have going for them is playoff experience over the last several years.
Mark Sanchez is not the head of a dynamic passing game and Shonn Greene isn't lighting the world on fire.
However, these Jets have had postseason success and will believe that they can make another run.
Their biggest problem would be that the Patriots still have a guy named Tom Brady.
Sure, the New England defense has been atrocious, but they are capable of scoring a ton of points.
We would see another matchup between Wes Welker and Darrelle Revis, but who is going cover Rob Gronkowski?
This would undoubtedly be a hard-fought battle. The result would ultimately come down to whether, or not, Sanchez is able to fully exploit the weak Patriot secondary.