But, according to the latest projections from www.joeeitel,com, fivearea teams would play in Week 11 if the regular season ended today.
In Division III, Region 8, Norwalk (7-1) is ranked second, followed by Clyde (7-1) and Perkins (8-0).
And all three would host first-round games.
The Truckers would play Defiance, Fliers would face Napoleon and Pirates would take on Tiffin Columbian.
In Division VII, Region 23, St. Paul (7-1) is ranked second and would open against Southington Chalker.
Huron (6-2) is ranked seventh in Division V, Region 16.
They would be on the road against Eastwood.
And Plymouth (5-3) is ranked ninth in Division VII, Region 23.
The top eight teams reach the playoffs.
Of course, there's still two weeks left in the regular season, so the situation is fluid.
We will find out who's in and who's out the weekend of Nov. 1, 2 abd 3,