I'm not sure winning this division is any more honorable than winning this second wild card, but the latter is still looking like a harder task. Obviously the former gives you a much better chance, as well as three guaranteed games instead of one (and against a team we've beaten five times out of seven instead of the Dodgers or Giants).
I hate that we can't beat the Marlins, but that doesn't mean it would be easier if our last three were against the Mets. Just get there. Four days ago the season seemed over so if our biggest problem is a bullpen game against the Marlins in October, I'll take it.
I'm not expecting us to be leading the division before or after the Braves series, so it's all gravy. Would love to be proven wrong over the next 10 days but Atlanta will probably right themselves again in Phoenix and San Diego. Question is what will the Phillies do with their seven at home?