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Minnesota hosts Nashville on Friday and finishes the regular season Saturday at Columbus, but is currently trailing in tiebreakers with both the Blues and the Predators and will need plenty of help to qualify for the playoffs for the third straight year.
Three losses have come in tiebreakers and another one was by half a point.
The Titans (9-6) knew the Bengals defeated the Cleveland Browns 19-14, giving them the edge in tiebreakers if tied at 10-6 for the AFC's final wild-card berth once the regular season ends.
Federer improved to 7-1 in tiebreakers against Roddick, who has won one of 10 sets in their three Wimbledon showdowns.
Roddick improved to 16-5 lifetime in tiebreakers at Wimbledon.
Rusedski had been 5-0 in tiebreakers this year, but Roddick won the pivotal points against the big-swinging left-hander.
After losing the first two sets in tiebreakers, Rusedski had come to life and was on a roll in the third set when he suddenly became his own momentum-buster.
Competition is getting so tough we may just have to let our kids call tiebreakers!
Cool Mom Picks 2010
Parents Involved in Community Schools, won the lawsuit it filed in 2000, which challenged the use of a student's race as one of several "tiebreakers" when assigning students to high-demand schools.
The Seattle Times 2009
If too many students listed the same school as their first choice, the district used a series of “tiebreakers” to determine who would gain admission to the oversubscribed school.
The Conservative Assault on the Constitution Erwin Chemerinsky 2010