2022 NFL Scorigami Tracker

2022 NFL Scorigami Tracker

by November 21, 2022 0 comments

Scorigami is one of football’s greatest nuances. Created 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 2022 NFL season.

2022 Scorigami count: 1
Teams with most 2022 Scorigamis: Seahawks, Lions

Week 11

None this week

Week 10

None this week

Week 9

None this week

Week 8

None this week

Week 7

None this week

Week 6

None this week

Week 5

None this week

Week 4

Seahawks 48, Lions 45

Sunday’s high-scoring affair between the Seahawks and Lions gave us the first instance of Scorigami in 2022 (and the 1,073rd all-time). This game was dominated by a variety of offensive playmakers, including the running backs. Seattle’s Rashaad Penny finished with 157 scrimmage yards and a pair of touchdowns while Detroit’s Jamaal Williams added 109 yards and two scores of his own. In the passing attack, DK Metcalf emerged with a whopping 149 yards while TJ Hockenson had one of the best tight end performances this season, amassing 179 yards and two touchdowns. While the Seahawks never trailed in this game, the Lions did make things interesting by coming within three points on two separate occasions in the final quarter of play.

Week 3

None this week

Week 2

None this week

Week 1

None this week

Click here for an archive of our 2021 Scorigami tracker.

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