Last year we had 3 of these contests going, we’re kicking it up a notch. Just not all the way to 11, because that might get a bit excessive. So let’s do this. Join one or join them all. But hey, don’t be a weenie. Join them all.
The easiest and hardest all at the same time. Pick one NFL game each week. If they win you move on, if they lsoe you’re out. You can only use each team once.
Group ID: 5974
This one is just like it sounds. Pick the college football games each week. All games will be picked against the spread. Why? Because anyone can pick that kU is going to lose each week, but do you know if they’re going to lose by more or less than 44 point? That’s where the real prognostication comes in. Your lowest weekly score gets dropped from the overall standings.
Each week in this league we’ll be picking all the games involoving Big XII teams, all games involving an AP Top 25 team, as well as an occasional other interesting game as deemed by Yahoo. Cause Yahoo likes interesting games.
Group ID: 4912
No spreads for the NFL Pick’em. Instead it’s all about the confidence points. You pick the winner of every game each week. But then you assign points based on your confidence level. If you know for sure the Bears will beat the Chiefs (cause, duh), then give that pick 16 points. If you don’t have a clue who will win between the Cardinals and the Packers, cause it turns out they both really suck, then give it 1 point. Less to lose that way.
Group ID: 13278
Salary Cap Football
New this year! This is like fantasy football, except that we can all have the same team if we want, so there are an unlimited amount of players. Each player has a value that changes each week. Buy low, and keep their salary low. You can change as much as you want, you just have to have a full roster, and you have to stay under the salary cap.