The 2014 NFL schedules will be released soon, and if you are looking to make a quick $100,000 for nothing here is your chance. According to an ESPN report on April 15, the St. Louis Rams are ready to hand over a cool $100k if you can correctly guess their entire 2014 schedule. Now, the NFL has already announced all of the Rams opponents, but the tricky part is to guess where, when and which week they will face each of those teams.
The Rams organization announced the contest for the chance to win $100,000 on Monday, but pulling this off may be just as hard as filling out an NCAA bracket correctly. Not only will fans have to pick who the Rams face correctly each week, but at what time, what venue, (home or away) and when will the Rams have their bye-week. If someone wins this contest they will surely have lady luck on their side. Rams VP of Marketing Brian Killingsworth knows fans will be up for the challenge.
"In anticipation of the Rams' 2014 regular-season schedule release, we are excited to offer fans the unique opportunity to win $100,000," team vice president of marketing Brian Killingsworth said in a statement. "We challenge our fans to accurately predict all 17 weeks of the team's regular-season schedule and win the cash prize."
The Rams are not the only NFL team that is laying out a contest for fans about the upcoming 2014 schedule. The Buffalo Bills have a similar contest, but the prize is season tickets for life for the winning fan who correctly guesses the team's schedule. If no one guesses the Bills schedule correctly, the closest guess will win 2014 season tickets.
If you are interested in entering the contest for Rams, you can do so by clicking here. The NFL is the only sport that can build up hype just to announce when they are releasing their upcoming season schedules, and fans love it. Just more proof that football is still the king of sports here in the US. The NFL still hasn't given the date for the release of this year's schedules but the deadline to enter the Rams contest is April 21 at 5:59 p.m. ET.