Here's an exercise I like to do. If you use ESPN's percentages of who will win each game, you can map out how the remaining schedule for every team will go.

MIA (6-3)

53.2% chance of winning (@DEN)

68.8% chance of winning (

@NYJ)

65.5% chance of winning (CIN)

24.6% chance of winning (KC)

50.1% chance of winning (NE)

35.8% chance of winning (@LV)

37.9% chance of winning (@BUF)

If you move the decimal place over 2 places to the left and add them all up, you get 3.359. So basically what that says is we're likely to get 3 more wins and have about a 36% chance of getting a 4th. So most likely we'll be 9-7 but could get to 10-6.

Of course ESPN percentages isn't the end all be all but it's an interesting way to look at it. I'll post the rest of the AFC teams in contention below.

PIT (9-0): .858 + .499 + .772 + .568 + .732 + .642 + .672 = 4.743 (14-2)

KC (8-1): .758 + .550 + .883 + .752 + .577 + .828 + .862 = 5.210 (13-3)

IND (6-3): .455 + .550 + .529 + .442 + .648 + .355 + .788 = 3.767 (10-6)

BUF (7-3): .740 + .400 + .429 + .616 + .498 + .618 = 3.301 (10-6)

BAL (6-3): .684 + .497 + .884 + .712 + .882 + .817 + .756 = 5.232 (11-5)

LV (6-3): .240 + .489 + .729 + .555 + .639 + .639 + .617 = 3.908 (10-6)

TEN (6-3): .314 + .447 + .615 + .713 + .694 + .346 + .541 = 3.670 (10-6)

MIA (6-3): .532 + .688 + .655 + .246 + .501 + .358 + .379 = 3.359 (9-7)

CLE (6-3): .519 + .635 + .382 + .285 + .535 + .674 + .326 = 3.356 (9-7)