NFL Draft Game Introduction
- This site was created for amateur sports draft enthusiasts as an interactive method to enjoy the major professional sports leagues' amateur drafts. Our games simulate upcoming drafts, allowing YOU to act as the general manager of the team of your choice! We will put you in charge of a simulated draft where you can propose and field trades with other teams and draft the best players for YOUR professional team. Go to the site, register (free, no strings) and give us feedback for what you think and how we can improve.
- Here is how the game is designed:
- Scoring is based on team needs, player values, and draft positions. It favors the user/computer selecting a player of need and rewards the teams that select players that may have fallen (become "steals") in the draft.
- With that in mind, know the players and realize when they fall. Score best when they fit your team needs.
- Trades alone do not impact your score. We do not cap the trades offered as to have more variety in the drafting experience, thus you can trade to have a great portion of the draft if you so desire (the most picks we have seen is approximately 100 in one draft!). However, there is a point where too many picks negatively affects your score.
- By rule, Compensatory Picks cannot be traded.
- Each draft you play is unique with its own set of events. There are rare occurrences that happen, with players falling just right for a specific team. Users that score the best realize this and capitalize on these rare events. Because these events are rare, the more you play the better your chances of having the opportunity to have some amazing scores. Rare events also means that on occasion you will see a strange trade or a strange pick. Within the actual draft there are always instances no one predicted and this game was designed to mimic some of these events.
- You can do whatever you like in these drafts. Draft all of the kickers or punters to your team. Take the worst QBs for your team. Trade to your hearts content. See how all of it affects your score.
- Check out the Leaderboards to see how you have been doing relative to other users, and try to top the individual team leaders as well as overall!
- The High Scores list only the top score for each individual user. Meaning if you have the top 5 individual scores for the Denver Broncos we will list only your best score on the leaderboard.
- Your GodScore™ is a combination of your top scores from each team. Max the score by playing the game with more teams!
- Check out your User Scores page so you can see all of your historical scores and your current GodScore™. Find it on the NFL Draft home page!
We are very excited to have your continued support! If you have any questions or comments please use the email us at email@example.com to let us know. Thank You!
Your First-Pick.com Team