The NFL is trying something new this season.
The league is starting a new format called Epic Games.
Each week, teams will be randomly chosen to play a game of epic.
The first team to win 100 epic games in a season wins the championship.
It is the first time the NFL has attempted a format where the winning team is randomly chosen.
“Epic Games” will be an online format and the winners will be determined by the following criteria: The winning team has won at least one game on the regular season in the last three years The winning game was played on a Thursday night, Sunday in the first week of January, or on a Sunday in December The winning player was in the starting lineup on that Sunday.
The winning quarterback was a member of the winning franchise for the last four seasons.
The team with the best record is crowned the winning contender.
The teams that win Epic Games will play each other in the playoffs and each team will be awarded a bye, in which they will play two games of the following type: home and away games in which a team loses only one game and wins both.
Epic games will be played using the same rules as the regular NFL season, with only the team with a winning record that plays the team that is in the Super Bowl being awarded a playoff bye.
It will be the teams with the most epic games that will play in the next Super Bowl.
“The NFL is taking a bold step in embracing Epic Games,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in a statement.
“Epic is a revolutionary way to showcase our games, and we are thrilled to be partnering with the NFL to give fans the chance to win their favorite games and enjoy the best moments of our season.”
The game is scheduled to start on January 20, 2019 and the winning epic team will play against the losing team on January 27, 2019.
It should be noted that if a team wins a game and then is eliminated in the divisional round or the wild card round, the winning teams will face off in the wild-card round.
The winner of the wildcard round will face the team eliminated in round one.
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