2010 Contest: Offense YPG

Second annual regular season contest.

Predict the total yards per game of offense for the Oakland Raiders during the 2010 regular season.

Example:

In 2009, the Raiders had 266.1 yards per game (ypg). This was 31st in the league.

Worst Team: 260.2 ypg (Browns)
Best Team: 403.8 ypg (Saints)
Median: 339.0 ypg (Average of Dolphins & Falcons)
League Average: 335.2 ypg
Jason Campbell’s Redskins: 312.5 ypg

Official Rules:

No duplicate entries. Enter early and often. Round all guesses to the nearest tenth (e.g. 315.4).

Maximum of one entry on each of the following platforms: Twitter, Facebook, Blog Comment, Call or Text to 916-776-6774

Maximum number of entries per person: 4

For Twitter: You must mention me and use the hashtag, preferably at the end of your guess tweet “@Raidersblog #RAIDERS”

For Blog Comments: I must be able to contact the winner please leave contact information (Twitter ID, email etc) or email it to me and identify your guess to be eligible.

For phone entries: Please leave your name or alias.

Prize:

The closest guess wins. $1 for every entry, up to $25.00 and $0.50 for entry above 25 in Raider Image Online Gift Certificates. Rounded normally to $10 Min, $25, $40, or $50 Max

In the event of a tie the prize will be split evenly.

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