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The Upset Challenge is back for 2011! This new and unique game is in its third season and gives you the chance to tell ’em «I Told You so!» Put your NFL knowledge to the test like never before, from Week One of the regular season through Week 17. 

Pick the biggest upsets in pro football each week and score big points when the underdogs emerge victorious! Score the most points and become the Upset Challenge Champion, and win great prizes such as a Championship Trophy and a free Satellite Radio unit and subscription! Learn more about the prizes right here We’ll being «exhibition play» during the preseason, so register now and form your group early!

Quick Start

  • Predict the most unlikely outcomes during each of the NFL's regular season
  • Each team is given an Upset Value based on the odds of them pulling off an unexpected victory.
  • Compete with friends, family and the rest of the Upset Challenge community
  • The top three overall contestants at the end of the regular season will be eligible for prizes ranging from cash to a one-year subscription to SiriusXM Satellite Radio

New this season, the overall weekly winner will win a year subscription to the RotoExperts Xclusive Edge Package. Not only are there juicy prizes at the end of the regular season, but you can also win something during the regular season. Remember, registration is FREE.

Upset Challenge Top 5
1 Zdroik1 26pts
2 developer.stephen 23pts
3 scotte 23pts
4 kaylor 18pts
5 blung 16pts

The lockout is over and the Upset Challenge is open.

The lockout is over and it's time to start preparing for the NFL season. The Upset Challenge returns for its third year. With the season set to begin in time, make sure to sign up now.

Our inside Xpert will even provide you with his three top picks each week.

Carolina Panthers at Arizona Cardinals
Just because the Cardinals have Kevin Kolb, they are now seven point favorites against the Panthers. Cam Newton will be rusty, that's for sure, but DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart will find plenty of room to run against a weak Cardinals line.

Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers
Like last season, most people are giving credit to the 49ers even though they don't deserve it. They have basically the same team, yet are favorites over last year's division winners. I don't care who the Seahawks have at QB, this will be a close game.

Oakland Raiders at Denver Broncos
Neither team is great, but the Raiders are on the upside while the Broncos are still having issues with their quarterback situation. Oakland will be able to run and that should enable them to control this game.

Can Cam Newton lead the Panthers to a Week 1 upset over the Cardinals?