To quote the great Jon Bois, “Scorigami” is “the art of achieving a final score in an NFL game that has never happened before.”
The Seattle Seahawks used a monstrous 2nd half to steamroll the Indianapolis Colts 46-18, in a game that featured a safety for the Colts, a failed two-point conversion by the Colts, a successful two-point conversion by the Seahawks, and a missed field goal by Blair Walsh.
At 39-18, the Seahawks set themselves up for Scorigami. The touchdown by J.D. McKissic to wrap up the scoring still kept Scorigami alive, and even if the Colts had gotten a garbage time TD to make it 46-25, that would’ve also been a Scorigami.
Since Pete Carroll became Seahawks head coach in 2010, this team has mastered the art of Scorigami. Check this out:
2010: Seahawks 36 Cardinals 18
2011: Seahawks 36 Giants 25
2012: Seahawks 58 Cardinals 0
2013: Seahawks 43 Broncos 8 (I like this one the best)
2014: Seahawks 36 Packers 16
2015: Seahawks 39 Steelers 30
2016: Seahawks 37 49ers 18
2017: Seahawks 46 Colts 18
Isn’t that amazing?