St. Louis Rams Gving Away $100,000
Bob Whalon | 04/16/14 | 11:05 PM EDT 0 Comments
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Have you ever wished somebody would just give you $100,000? Well the St. Louis Rams are ready to do that for some lucky fan.

While the St. Louis Rams aren't giving away money for nothing, the NFL franchise has come up with a creative way to keep fans interested during the offseason with their latest promotion.

The Rams will give anyone who can accurately predict their 2014 NFL season schedule, a $100,000 cash prize.  Of course, you would have to have every single aspect of the schedule correct in order to collect the prize money.

The winner of this contest would have to predict the opponent, home or away, plus the date of each game in order to win.  You would even have to pick the correct date of the Rams' bye week.  Not so easy now, is it?

Now that the NFL has games on Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays and there is even a Saturday option for Week 16 of the regular season, the degree of difficulty to collect that cash is even higher.

Not to be left out of the crazy promotion game, the Buffalo Bills are holding a similar schedule contest.  The difference is that the Bills are not offering a cash prize, but tickets for life to Bills' home games for picking the entire schedule correctly.  If nobody gets every detail of Buffalo's schedule correct, the team will give 2014 season tickets to the entry that comes the closest.

Of course, that brings up the question as to whether or not tickets to a Bills game is really a prize worth winning, especially if the game is in Canada.  Good luck with that one, eh?
In this Article: NFL | ST. LOUIS RAMS | BUFFALO BILLS | NFL SCHEDULE

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