There will be a one game playoff to determine who goes on to the next play off series
The teams play one game, head to head, to determine the division winner. This game is considered a regular season game and stats count towards regular season stats.
0 It is possible to win the division with no wins if all other teams also have no wins and the team has a better record by tie breakers or having tied more games than the other winless teams. But usually having a 10-6 record is sufficient to qualify for the playoffs.
A regular MLB season is 162 games. Entire League combined is 2,430 games.
If two or more teams are tied at the end of regular Big Ten season play, co-champions are declared, with each team receiving a championship trophy and rings. Won-lost records for the games played between the co-champions are used to determine seeding for the post-season Big Ten Tournament.
MLB conducts a coin toss prior to the conclusion of the season. All teams who have the possibility of being the wild card (or the possibility of a tie for division winner) are included and all possible scenarios are covered. The team winning the coin toss hosts a one-game playoff to see which team advances as the wild card, or which team wins the division, if that is the case. If two teams are tied for thhe division lead, and also tied with a team from another division for the wild card, the two teams tied for the division lead will have their tie-breaker game played first. The winner of that game is the division champ, and the loser of that game plays a one game tie-breaker against the team from the other division to determine the wild card.
When, after 162 games, two teams are tied for the division lead, or for the wildcard spot, those two teams, and only those two teams, play a one-game "playoff" to determine which team wins the division or the wildcard spot. It happens less often than you might think.
As of Week 15 in the 2010 season, there isn't much difference between the two teams on paper. They split their season's series, and both are tied for last place in the NFC East division.
162 unless there's a tie for first and neither team could win the wild card.then it would be 163 if there are two teams tied for first.(not including playoffs)
If the regular season ends and two teams have the same record and are tied for the Wild Card, they go to a one game playoff, where the winner advances into the post season and the loser is eliminated from the playoffs.
Through the 2010 season, the Oakland Raiders hold the all-time regular season series edge over the Pittsburgh Steelers 10-9. The two teams are tied 3-3 in postseason meetings.
1. The first tiebreak after points is regulation or overtime wins (ROW). So shootout wins do not count towards this tiebreak. 2. If they are still tied, next is whoever has the best points % in the games played between the tied teams. 3. If that is also equal, it goes down to the greater differential in goals for and goals against for the regular season.
Twelve - the Broncos and 49ers are tied 6-6 in regular season games.
By having more wins than the other teams. If the records are tied, then it goes to whoever has the best record against other teams in the conference.