Pickem - NFL Playoffs - 2020
NFL Playoffs Pool - How it works
This is a bracket pick'em pool. Just pick the winner of each game.
You can pick just 1 round at a time.
Each game's pick is due by kickoff time.
Hover over a team's points or click on a team's logo to get more info.
Points increase each round (league can opt out).
Underdogs are worth more points (league can opt out).
Once you pick a team to lose, you can not pick them to win in a later round (league can opt out).
Most points wins the pool!
Tiebreaker: the entry closest to the total points scored in the Super Bowl wins the pool or league.
If you can not pick a team, then the game has already started or you did not pick that team in the previous round.
Click a team name to pick that team.
If you can not pick a team, then the game has already started
or you did not pick that team in the previous round.
your pick won
your pick lost
All Players Pool Points:
Mike Hill picks ...
You can pick a maximum of 10 games out of all the games shown.
To remove a pick, click a picked team name.
Notice the spread shown for each game.
A - (minus) sign means the team is favored by the indicated # of points.
A + (plus) sign means the team is an underdog by the indicated # of points.
Think of the spread as meaning: "Will the favorite win by more than the point spread?".
For example, if the Packers are a 7.5 point favorite over the Bears and the final score is Packers 28, Bears 21, then the Bears pick wins because the Packers won by only 7.
The spread values may change, up until game time.
Underdogs get more points to balance the value of each pick.
The scoring is similar to a money line pick.
Point values for each pick are set based on the game's spread.
Players simply pick a winner, instead of dealing with beating the spread.
When the 'Risk It' option is turned on for a game, you win extra points for a correct pick or
points for an incorrect pick.
When the 'Risk It' option is turned off, you do not lose points for an incorrect pick.
Game at Kansas City
Enter the total points
scored in the Super Bowl:
In case of a tie, the entry closest to the total points scored in the Super Bowl, wins the pool.
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