NFL Football Pools for 2013
Take the pain out of managing your NFL pool
Tired of figuring wins and losses versus the point spread for dozens of pool members? Tired of tracking your pool's weekly and year-to-date standings manually, via paper or spreadsheets? Tired of keeping track of which pool members have already picked which teams in your survivor pool? It can take a lot of time and effort to run your own football pool ... even more to do a really good job at it.
Spend five minutes setting up your NFL pool, let your pool members know how to join and enter their picks online each week, and sit back and enjoy the NFL season. Our NFL pool hosting and management service is completely web-based, meaning no software to download and manage and no scores for you to enter every week. We do the hard work for you.
Types of NFL Football Pools
Our most popular NFL Pool format! Also known as Suicide, Eliminator, Knockout, or Last Man Standing pools. Pool members choose one NFL team each week that they believe will win.
Pool members make weekly picks on every NFL game, assigning their own point value to each game. Picks are made "straight up", not using a point spread system. The winning player for each week is determined by totalling the point values assigned to correctly picked games.
NFL Pick 'em Pool (formerly known as Point Spread Pool, now available without spreads)
Pool members make weekly picks on every NFL game against a point spread or straight-up. Your football pool may be set up to utilize the standard point spreads available from this site OR you may enter your own points spreads each week.
NFL Post-Season Pools
Pool members rank all 12 NFL teams competing in the NFL Playoffs from strongest to weakest. Members are awarded the number of points assigned to an NFL team when that team wins. Administrator's can use our simple scoring system or set their own, custom point system.
Also known as Grid or Block pools, this format is far-and-away the world's most popular Super Bowl game. Pool members reserve "squares" on a 10x10 grid by putting their name in the square. Each row and column is assigned a number from 0 to 9 (usually randomly after all squares are taken by members).