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2011 Super Bowl Prop Pool Game

2011 Super Bowl Prop Pool Game

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Published by dpen1000
I finished the prop pool for the super bowl there are 120 total cards. You have to print them, cut them apart, and fold them.

Here's the rules:

Depending on how many people want to be involved, figure out how many cards per person that you can give. You probably don't want to go over 10 each. Have each person buy into the pool to get their cards. Drawn out of a hat or something - they shouldn't be able to see their cards while choosing, but they can look once they've selected them all, done before game time ideally. We usually do $10 each. You can divide the pool winnings amongst the high scorers how ever you want or winner take all. Don't let people trade cards with each other after the game starts.

Each card has a description of something that can happen during the course of the game. I believe they are all self explanatory (you'll need internet access, espn.com is the final authority). If what is written on the card occurs, then that person gets the points listed on that card. At the end of the game, each person adds up the points for each 'correct' card and that is their total.

I've done it about 5 times now and everyone has had a really fun time each time rooting for their players, events, or goofy things to happen.
I finished the prop pool for the super bowl there are 120 total cards. You have to print them, cut them apart, and fold them.

Here's the rules:

Depending on how many people want to be involved, figure out how many cards per person that you can give. You probably don't want to go over 10 each. Have each person buy into the pool to get their cards. Drawn out of a hat or something - they shouldn't be able to see their cards while choosing, but they can look once they've selected them all, done before game time ideally. We usually do $10 each. You can divide the pool winnings amongst the high scorers how ever you want or winner take all. Don't let people trade cards with each other after the game starts.

Each card has a description of something that can happen during the course of the game. I believe they are all self explanatory (you'll need internet access, espn.com is the final authority). If what is written on the card occurs, then that person gets the points listed on that card. At the end of the game, each person adds up the points for each 'correct' card and that is their total.

I've done it about 5 times now and everyone has had a really fun time each time rooting for their players, events, or goofy things to happen.

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Andrew Quarless goes over 17.5 rec. yds.260 ptsAntonio Brown catches 3 or more passes265 ptsBrandon Jackson has 10 rushing yds or less190 ptsBrandon Jackson catches 2 or more passes190 ptsTroy Polamalu gets an interception420 ptsAJ Hawk gets 7 or more tackles230 ptsClay Matthews gets 4 or less tackles165 ptsCharles Woodson gets 6 or more tackles210 ptsJames Harrison gets 7 or more tackles220 ptsLawrence Timmons gets 9 or more tackles230 ptsTroy Polamalu gets 5 or more tackles170 ptsJames Harrison gets a sack 190 pts (100 pts for half sack)Lamar Woodley gets a sack 190 pts (100 pts for half sack)Clay Matthews gets a sack 135 pts (100 pts for half sack)
 
BJ Raji gets a sack 230 pts (100 pts for half sack)Tramon Williams gets an interception350 ptsPlayer with most tackles is on the Packers250 ptsDonald Driver has 45 receiving yds or more215 ptsDonald Driver catches a pass of 17 yds or more210 ptsDonald Driver scores a TD370 ptsEmmanuel Sanders has 34 receiving yds or more185 ptsEmmanuel Sanders catches a pass of 19 yds or more200 ptsEmmanuel Sanders scores a TD425 ptsLongest FG made in game is 44 yds or more190 pts (100 pts no FGs made)Shortest FG made in game is 25 yds or less190 pts (100 pts no FGs made)There are 4 or more FGs made in the game280 ptsBoth teams make a FG of 33 yds or more270 ptsA FG is made in the 1
st
qtr200 pts
 
The last score of the first half is a FG195 ptsMason Crosby scores 8 pts or more210 ptsShaun Suishan makes 2 or more FGs215 ptsMason Crosby makes 2 or more FGs210 ptsPackers score last points of the 1
st
half 190 ptsSteelers have the same or more 1
st
downs as Packers in1
st
qtr180 ptsGreg Jennings has 82 receiving yds or less210 ptsGreg Jennings catches a pass of 27 yds or more170 ptsGreg Jennings’s first reception is 10 yds or less230 ptsGreg Jennings scores a TD230 ptsSteelers are winning at half and win the game370 ptsPackers are winning at half and win the game260 ptsHeath Miller has 39 receiving yds or more180 ptsHeath Miller catches 4 passes or more205 pts

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