NFL Power Ranking Pool





The object of the NFL Power Ranking Pool is to try to correctly rank the teams based on how many games they will win throughout the season. Each participant will rank the teams from 1 to 32, the team ranked 32 being the team they think will win the most games. Each time a team wins they are awarded the corresponding number of points. The participant with the most points at the end of the season wins. Complete instructions can be found at the bottom of this page.



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How to run an NFL Power Ranking Pool

Rules for the Power Ranking Pool

The object of this pool is to rank all 32 teams from 1 to 32, the #32 team being the team you think will win the most games throughout the season, the #1 team being the team you think will win the least amount of games throughout the season.

 

Each time a particular team wins, a player will get the corresponding points(rank = points).

If a team loses or has a bye they will get zero points for the week.

 

This pool lasts from Week 1 through Week 17. After the season is over total up each team's points and write it in the "Total" column. Then add up the points in the "Total" column and write the final total in the box that says "Total Points". The participant with the most points wins! Read our thoughts on Tipping the Office Pool Host.

 

Tie Breakers
I like to stress the importance of making the rules clear before the Office Pool begins. Many times a pool will end in a tie and no tie-breaker was mentioned at the start of the pool. Be sure to explain all rules to the participants before the pool begins. There is no one particular tie-breaker to use, sometimes you just have to use your imagination.

Here are a couple of simple ones:

1. Total Points scored in Week 17

2. Total number of wins by the number #32 team(or losses by the #1 team)


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