What is a Scorigami?
A NFL scorigami – a portmanteau of score and origami – is a final score that’s never occurred before in the history of the NFL. It’s the brainchild of Jon Bois, a prominent American Football journalist, who devised the scorigami chart in 2016. The theory is that American Football’s points-scoring system results in unique scoring totals compared with other major league sports like hockey and baseball. Take a look at the interactive chart here.
Scorigami Chart Explained
To plot whether a new NFL final score has ever occurred before, you’ll need the score of the winning team and the score of the losing team. The score of the winning team runs along the top of the chart i.e. the horizontal axis. The score of the losing team is plotted along the right-hand side of the chart i.e. the vertical axis.
The bottom left corner of the graph is filled out in black because the losing team naturally cannot score more than the winning team. All the scorigami scores that have already happened in the history of the NFL are marked in colours. The least frequent scorelines are in blue and the most common scorelines are in bright red.
How to Bet on Scorigamis at Sports Interaction
There are various ways you can get involved with betting on the NFL scorigami at Sports Interaction. If you’re fascinated about the prospect of unique NFL scorelines, you can place a ‘Pinata Pick’ wager and we’ll randomly assign you with one of the scorigami scores that’s not yet occurred in the history of the NFL. If your random scorigami score just so happens to land, you’ll be paid out at odds of 1000/1!
You can also wager on how many NFL scorigami will occur in a specific game week. We’ll pay out at odds of +800 for two or more scorigami scores in a single week. You can also make a long-term wager on how many NFL scorigami will happen in the entire season. Your bet types range from no scorigami scores whatsoever up to 12 or more scorigami.
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How Often Does a Scorigami Happen in the NFL?
In the history of the NFL, there have been 1,073 unique scorigami.
Did you know? Pete Carroll, head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, saw his team land on one scorigami per season between 2011 and 2018, resulting in him being crowned the “wizard of modern scorigami” by the concept’s creator, Bois. Carroll and Seattle even landed an NFL scorigami during Super Bowl XLVIII, after their 43-8 thrashing of the Denver Broncos in February 2014.
When Was the Last NFL Scorigami?
The most recent NFL scorigami occurred on October 2nd, 2022 after the Seattle Seahawks beat the Detroit Lions 48-45.
What are the Odds of Scorigami?
There’s never been a season in the NFL that didn’t feature at least one scorigami and the odds of no scorigami’s during this year’s regular season are set at 28-1. You can also check out each matchup during the season and bet that a scorigami will occur in that particular game at 33-1.