• NFL Draft (Card) Drinking Game
  • By Trey on 5/8/2014
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NFL Draft (Card) Drinking Game

  • Players: 2+
  • Type: Competitive
  • Drink: Liquor
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The NFL Draft Card Drinking Game is a competitive way of enjoying the NFL Draft any day of the year by playing this themed card drinking game.



The Card NFL Draft Drinking Game setup requires 2 dice, a deck of cards, a shit ton of liquor and mixers, and shot glasses. Things like chasers and mixers are actually a part of the game, so don't skip them.

Team Composition: Teams are comprised of 6 shot glasses and a cup The cup is a quarterback/Safety and is filled with a Chaser; Shot glasses comprise every other position. The shot glasses are filled with a variety of liquors, Liqueurs, mixers, whatever you have to drink - the Team must have at least 3 shots of straight liquor; a team can have 6 shots of straight liquor if they so choose.


PREGAME NOTES: How to Draft a Team and Drink During the Game

Draft Pick: Pick an order and set up the "Draft Eligible players" Here is what our Draft board included: (Note: you can limit available "players" of each type, i.e only 4 whiskey shots are available to be drafted) Liquors Maple Whiskey Whisky Tequila Cinnamon Tequila Liquors Sour Apple White Chocolate Root beer Butter Scotch Other Mixers Lime Juice Strawberry Marg. Chaser (Quarterbacks) Mix OJ Milk Water Apple Juice Cranberry Juice
*Note: you can put names like Johnny apple juice, O.J Simpson, ETC in place of Whiskey #1, Whiskey #2, ETC on your draft board.

Drinking During the Game: Touchdown & Turnover
Option 1) First, the Winner picks a shot to switch with the loser (i.e I give a whiskey and take a rum). Second, your opponent chooses a shot to take (At This point the drinker/loser can mix two shot glasses to produce two mixed shots, then take one of them)
Option 2) The Winner can pick a shot on the losers side and make him drink it, NO Mixing.

How to Win: whoever runs out of shot glasses loses.

Extra: Battle roll to see who kicks and receives (no half time, so it matters) - no drinking happens for Extra points and 2 point conversions (they are for scoring purposes). Field goals are to avoid a turnover not to make people drink Its recommended to use a ref, but this game can be played with just two people.

HOW TO PLAY: the NFL Draft Card Drinking Game

Pick your play - Both players roll dice.

  • Offense: 1-3 run play
    4-6 pass play
  • Defense: 1-3 man coverage (good vs run)
    4-6 Zone Coverage (good vs pass)
  • Outcomes: 1-3 vs 1-3 = stuffed run
    1-3 vs 4-6 = positive run (go to cards)
    4-6 vs 1-3 = positive pass (go to cards)
    4-6 vs 4-6 = contested pass (For a contested pass 3 things can happen)
    Roll 1 die 1-2=INT
    3-4=Incomplete pass
    5-6 Complete pass (go to cards)
    After an INT start from the previous line of scrimmage

Step 2) Play results: Flip two cards.

  • 1-3 vs 1-3 = stuffed run
  • 1-3 vs 4-6 = yards gained = difference between cards TIMES the difference between the two rolls
  • 4-6 vs 1-3 = yards gained = difference between cards TIMES the difference between the two rolls
  • 4-6 vs 4-6 = if 5-6 then the yards gained is DOUBLE the difference between cards
  • *if the cards are the same the it is automatically a 1 yd gain, multiple is irrelevant

Other Steps:

  • Punt/Kickoffs: Roll a die 1-5=get the ball on the twenty
    6=Battle roll Higher Number Wins Returner Wins = Break Away Touchdown Punter Wins= Fumble recovery (get the ball on the opponents 20yd line)
  • Field Goal: (35yd line or closer) 1-5 = Made
    6 = Miss (Start from the previous line of scrimmage)
  • Extra Point: Roll 2 dice 3-12 = made
    2 = Missed like a little bitch
    2 Pt Conversion Treat Like a Normal play

As always, please remember to drink responsibly! This alcohol drinking game is not meant to lead to you becoming sick due to over-consumption of alcohol. Need a ride? Download Uber or Lyft & get $5 off your first safe, sober ride. If you enjoyed it, please leave feedback in the comments & let us know how we can make it better!


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