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They hold the tiebreaker advantage after beating the Seahawks last month.
They’re the team to beat in the NFC East now, with four straight victories and the tiebreaker advantage over Washington.
If one of the candidates really doesn’t want the job but still manages to win in the tiebreaker, Haas said, he could then quit the position and allow the school board to appoint a replacement – presumably the other guy.
If one of the candidates really doesn’t want the job but still manages to win in the tiebreaker, Vu said, he could then quit the position and allow the school board to appoint a replacement – presumably the other guy.
POLITICS REPORT: THE NOT INACCURATE STORYANDREW KEATTS AND SCOTT LEWISDECEMBER 5, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Tennessee also has a tiebreaker over Buffalo because it beat the Bills in Week 5.
The Giants hold the tiebreaker by virtue of their two victories over Washington.
They’re behind in tiebreakers now, but they’ll win at least four of those games, I have to believe.
EVERY DAY, THE CHIEFS WRITE THE BOOK (ON EPIC COMEBACKS)SARA ZIEGLER (SARA.ZIEGLER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)NOVEMBER 23, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
As a tiebreaker, try to name the winner of the Oceanside mayoral race.
When you can’t reach agreement, come to us and we’ll be the tiebreaker.
INSIDE THE UTILITY COMPANY LOBBYING BLITZ THAT WILL HIKE ELECTRIC BILLSBY PATRICK WILSON, RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCHOCTOBER 9, 2020PROPUBLICA

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