And we're back for week 11 of the prediction contest. I've posted formatting rules after the jump. Remember that all times are pacific.
49ers vs Tampa Bay - Sunday 11/21 1:05pm
Denver @ San Diego - MNF 11/22 5:30pm
NY Giants @ Philadelphia - SNF 11/21 5:20pm
Green Bay @ Minnesota - Sunday 11/21 10:00am
Oakland @ Pittsburgh - Sunday 11/21 1:05pm 10:00am
Atlanta @ St. Louis - Sunday 11/21 1:15pm
We implemented this rule last season and it seemed to make things easier for us. Previously, folks had just posted their scores in any particular fashion, although howtheyscored had made requests for a specific format. Given the amount of time and effort howtheyscored has to put into determining the final results, I am implementing a requirement for how to format your scores (based on the spreadsheet howtheyscored has created). If you fail to follow this format, any incorrectly formatted scores for the week will be disqualified. The format is "Team A @ Team B: A score - B score." That basically is visitor @ home: visitor score - home score." Here's an example of how to do it:
Using Oakland @ Pittsburgh below, if you think Pittsburgh will win 24-14, here's how it needs to appear:
Oakland @ Pittsburgh: 14 - 24
If you think Oakland will win 24-14, it needs to appear as this:
Oakland @ Pittsburgh: 24 - 14
If you'd like you can bold the winner ( Oakland @ Pittsburgh: 14 - 24), but that is not required (although probably a good backup in case you reversed the score by accident.
If you make a mistake in the formatting I'll reply to your score reminding you to correct it. To correct it, simply reply to your picks and post them in the correct format. Do not post your scores again at the bottom of the thread. I'll make sure and include these directions each week so people do not forgot and lose out on points.
If anybody has any questions at all about this, or anything related to the contest, let me know (email@example.com) and I'll answer them.
This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Niners Nation's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Niners Nation's writers or editors.