The Many Ways to Win in Your Call Football
January 16, 2019
By Your Call Football
Is there a better time to be a dynamic play-caller? Or at least appear to be?
The NFL’s post-regular season fascination has centered on LA Rams coach Sean McVay and in finding the next great offensive mind. Of the new coaches that have been hired, they’re decidedly offensive-focused and expected to come in, call plays and nurture quarterbacks. Kliff Kingsbury, Zac Taylor, Matt LaFleur.
Then again, it’s not that the switch flipped overnight. The league’s offensive focus surely will be on display during this weekend’s conference championship games, in which three of the four head coaches call the plays (and the fourth has a coordinator who’s annually named as a top head coaching candidate).
Anyway, the point is that play-calling is de rigueur. And Your Call Football gives you the opportunity to influence the plays on the field just like these guys. Is it likely to land you an NFL head coaching gig? Probably not. But, it will give you an opportunity to win some big money.
YCF is offering more than $70k in cash prizes over the course of its four-game series, which runs on four consecutive Monday nights beginning February 25. In fact, a genius along the lines of McVay (who seems to have an amazing football recall), might be able to walk off with as much as $38,000.
Fans are going to have chances to win at many different intervals during and after individual games – there will also be prizes at the end of the series for the three play-callers who earn the most points. Here’s a breakdown of what’s in the chart above: – There will be prizes at the end of each quarter, in all four games, for the three fans who earn the most points during that quarter – There will be prizes at the end of each game, after all four games, for the three fans who earn the most points over the course of the entire game. – There will be prizes at the end of the series for the three fans who accumulate the most points during the entire series
What does this mean? Among others, if you don’t quite make it for the 8 p.m. kickoffs, there’s still plenty of opportunities to win (quarters, games, series, etc.). And just because you don’t win a game, doesn’t mean you can’t walk off with $10k and the title of “Best Play-Caller.”
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And check back next time, when we’ll talk about how you earn points to become YCF’s Sean McVay.