Updated: September 24, 2021 6:17 AM Eastern Time
Denver is by far the most popular pick of the week at 49.1% (the next highest is 7.3%), but they are also the biggest favorite of the week (-10.5) as they host the Jets.
Scroll down to view the table and charts that compare the number of survivors and undefeated players for each season.
LIFETIME STANDINGS REPORT. Check out the Lifetime Standings Report for a list of the total points scored by players since the 1st season of the JettNet.ORG NFL Survivor Pool. Lynn Jett and Scot Ritter are tied at 41 points over five seasons. However, Scot quickly left and will not pick up any points in the 2021 Survivor Pool. Will Lynn Jett take the sole lead in Week 3?
TOURNAMENT RESULTS REPORT. View the Tournament Results Report to see what teams each player picked. After accessing the report, simply click on the pencil graphic () for each game to view the list of player picks for each team. You can also see who won or lost each game after the game has been played.
TEAM STATS REPORT. View the Team Stats Report reports to see a Summary Report of the teams picked most often each year and each team's won/loss record when picked. The Weekly Reports show a sorted list of picks for each Week # in a given year. Click on the Week # to sort the number of picks for that week.
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68 players started the 2021 Survivor Pool and with Week 2 complete, 57 players remain. 34 players remain perfect.
At the end of the 2017 Inaugural Pool the survivor rate was 7.3%. Only 3.5% of the starting players survived through the end of the 2018 Survivor Pool, no one survived in 2019, and 3.8% survived in 2020. How many will survive this year?
Ryan Grote finished the 2017 Inaugural Pool with a perfect record of 17 wins. In the history of this survivor pool, Ryan is the only player to accomplish this feat.
In 2021, the NFL added one game to its regular season schedule. It will now take 18 wins to get a perfect record.
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