NFL Week 12 Confidence Pool

This confidence pool is a slight variation to our Week 12 Pick Em Schedule, the difference being for each winning team you pick you will rank them from 1 to 16(or however many games there are that week) in the box beside each game. The highest rank will be the team you are most confident will win their game. The printable version is below, along with full instructions on running this pool. Also check out our NFL Week 12 Pick'em Against the Spread Pool and our College Football Pick'em Sheets!

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Printable NFL Week 12 Confidence Pool
Printable Version

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How to Run a Weekly Confidence Pool

Step 1
Print the Weekly Schedule from above.

Step 2
Pass out a copy of the current week's schedule to family, friends, and co-workers. Each participant should circle the team they think will win each game, and also write down a number from 1 to 16 in the box beside each game(the 16 will change to 13,14 or 15 based on how many games there are that week).

The numbers the paticipants are writing down represent how confident they are in their pick. The team they are most confident will win, should get the highest number, the game they are least confident in should get a 1. They should also write down what they think will be the total number of points scored in the Monday Night Football game. This will be used as a tie breaker if two or more participants end up with the same total.

Scoring the Pool

After the final game of the week is over, add the points(points = rank) of only the games that were picked correctly. The person with the highest point total wins.


If you want to score this a little differently, you can award points for every game guessed correctly in addition to the rank points that are awarded.