2020 NFL Scorigami Tracker

2020 NFL Scorigami Tracker

by January 11, 2021 50 comments

Scorigami is one of football’s greatest nuances. Thought of by Jon Bois, Scorigami describes “the art of building final scores that have never happened before in NFL history,” according to its host website.

Here, we’ll track every instance of Scorigami throughout the 2020 NFL season.

2020 Scorigami count: 11
Teams with most 2020 Scorigamis: 7 tied (Browns, Dolphins, Bills, Lions, Titans, Saints, Vikings; 2)

Playoffs

Cleveland Browns 48, Pittsburgh Steelers 37

The Browns pummeled the Steelers in the opening round of the NFL playoffs. Upon early misery for the Steelers’ offense led to quick scores for Cleveland, the game got out of hand quickly. Up 28-0 after one quarter, the Bills refused to slow down. Baker Mayfield tossed for three touchdowns while Kareem Hunt scored twice himself. On the other side, the Steelers tried to play catch-up. Ben Roethlisberger threw for 501 yards and four scores, but he was also picked off on four of his 68 pass attempts. Pittsburgh was eliminated and the match finished with the 1,066th unique score of all-time.

Week 17

Buffalo Bills 56, Miami Dolphins 26

The Bills demolished Miami in the final week of the season, ultimately kicking them out of playoff contention despite their 10-6 record. For Buffalo, Josh Allen and Matt Barkley each passed for two touchdowns. Gabriel Davis posted 107 yards and a score while John Brown added a touchdown and Isaiah McKenzie found the end zone twice. Depth running back Antonio Williams also broke out for 68 yards and a pair of scores. Dean Marlowe finished with two interceptions while Josh Norman had a pick-six. Meanwhile, for Miami, Tua Tagovailoa tossed for 361 yards but he found the end zone just once, being picked off three times in the process.

Week 16

Miami Dolphins 26, Las Vegas Raiders 25

The Dolphins traveled to Las Vegas and edged out the Raiders in a Saturday night thriller. With under a minute left, Raiders head coach Jon Gruden made a confusing decision to kick a red-zone field goal instead of attempting to score a touchdown. It came back to bite him because, with just seconds left, relief quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick mounted an incredible drive to set up a game-winning kick from Jason Sanders. This is the 1,064th unique final score in NFL history.

New Orleans Saints 52, Minnesota Vikings 33

The Saints hosted the Vikings on Christmas Day and cruised to victory. Alvin Kamara scored six times, tying an NFL record for the most rushing touchdowns in a single game. While the Vikings had a big offensive showing of their own, it was not nearly enough to stop a dominant Saints squad. This is the 1,063rd unique final score in NFL history.

Week 15

Tennessee Titans 46, Detroit Lions 25

The red-hot Titans hosted a struggling Lions team in Week 15, and Tennessee did not disappoint. Ryan Tannehill finished with three passing and two rushing touchdowns, while Derrick Henry added 152 yards and a score of his own. Marvin Jones and D’Andre Swift had big games for the Lions, but it was not enough as they lost by three scores. This is the 1,062nd unique final score in NFL history.

Week 14

Baltimore Ravens 47, Cleveland Browns 42

This high-scoring thriller featured a total of 12 touchdowns, with nine of them coming on the ground. Lamar Jackson, Baker Mayfield, Gus Edwards, Nick Chubb, and Kareem Hunt each finished with a pair of scores. After scoring just 20 points through the first three quarters, the Browns mounted a fourth-quarter comeback but came up just shy. This is the 1,061st unique final score in NFL history.

Week 13

No Scorigami this week

Week 12

No Scorigami this week

Week 11

No Scorigami this week

Week 10

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 46, Carolina Panthers 23

Tom Brady and the Buccaneers ran over the Panthers en route to recording the 1,060th unique final score in NFL history. Tom Brady tossed for 341 yards and three touchdowns while Ronald Jones III broke out for 198 yards and one score of his own.

Week 9

No Scorigami this week

Week 8

No Scorigami this week

Week 7

Los Angeles Chargers 39, Jacksonville Jaguars 29

Justin Herbert‘s first career win was also the fifth Scorigami of the season. Herbert threw for 347 yards and three touchdowns while adding 66 yards and a score on the ground. On the other side, Gardner Minshew tossed for two touchdowns and just 173 yards while James Robinson rushed for 119 yards and a score of his own. This is the 1,059th unique final score in NFL history.

Week 6

No Scorigami this week

Week 5

Tennessee Titans 42, Buffalo Bills 16

It took until Tuesday, but the streak of weeks with a Scorigami was extended to three. The Titans shut down the Bills in a game postponed due to Tennessee’s COVID-19 outbreak. Ryan Tannehill tossed for 197 yards and three touchdowns (plus one rushing touchdown) while Derrick Henry added two scores of his own. Josh Allen, meanwhile, threw two touchdowns and two interceptions in the loss. This is the 1,058th unique final score in NFL history.

Week 4

New Orleans Saints 35, Detroit Lions 29

Matthew Stafford tossed three touchdowns while Adrian Peterson rushed in for six, but the Lions were unable to beat the Saints. In Michael Thomas‘s absence, Tre’Quan Smith fetched two touchdowns while Emmanuel Sanders added 93 receiving yards. Alvin Kamara added 119 scrimmage yards and a touchdown. This is the 1,057th unique final score in NFL history.

Week 3

San Francisco 49ers 36, New York Giants 9

A banged-up 49ers team took the field at MetLife Stadium for a second straight week and obliterated the Giants. Backup quarterback Nick Mullens threw for 343 yards and a touchdown in Jimmy Garoppolo‘s absence while Jerick McKinnon, Brandon Aiyuk, and Jeff Wilson Jr. each contributed one rushing score. This is the 1,056th unique final score in NFL history.

Week 2

No Scorigami this week

Week 1

Green Bay Packers 43, Minnesota Vikings 34

The first Scorigami of the season came in Week 1 as the Green Bay Packers destroyed the Minnesota Vikings. Aaron Rodgers threw for four touchdowns, including two to Davante Adams, who finished with 14 catches for 156 yards in the effort. This is the 1,055th unique final score in NFL history.


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