Don't necessarily take for granted the little 'e' in front of your team. I've noted in the past issues with tie-break calculations, today's error involving Chicago.
'e' in front of Chicago suggests it is eliminated with two weeks to go as both New York (N) and Detroit are 9-5 with Chicago @ 7-7. But-
On Sept 24 Chicago defeated Detroit 13-0. If Chicago wins its last two games (vs. Detroit in last game) and Detroit manages to lose against Minnesota and Chicago, both Chicago and Detroit would be 9-7.
Chicago would win the tie-break between the two clubs by virtue of being 2-0 in head-to-head games.
I have to assume mfn knows this is not going to happen which is why Chicago is already marked as eliminated.
Moral: Double-check your tiebreaks and don't trust little 'e's in front of your team without double-checking.
However, I agree with mfn in one aspect: just looking at the huge disparity in player ratings between the two teams (Detroit massively better) this result should not happen.