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  1. GostkowSKI

    GostkowSKI On the Game Day Roster

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    My friends and I are getting together to watch the draft on Saturday and wanted to make a game out of it somehow, something in the mold of how you might fill out an NCAA tournament bracket.

    I think the best idea we have so far is each person picks 15 players, and whoever has the most players from their list picked in the top 15 wins the pot.

    Anyone have any better ideas for me? If you do thanks in advance.
     
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    tatepatsfan Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    In college we always made a drinking game out of it. Any reference to Mel Kiper's hair, anything about a "can't miss" prospect, etc. And whenever the Pats picked, you had to chug a beer.
     
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    That's a little bit too random. How about this. Everyone has 32 guesses for Round 1 of the draft. But they have to match the player to the team for it to count. The one who can match the most players wins. In the event of a tie, have the tying players do this again for round 2.

    That should be pretty easy to keep track of. Just make sure nobody scratches their list and changes names! So probably a "commissioner" should be scorekeeper and keep the lists. You could do a big Scoreboard, and add points to a player's name whenever they get a pick right. And as you pointed out, the final winner gets the pot.
     
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