An NFL 'Survivor' pool is a game of chance, where contestants are asked to select one lead-pipe cinch for wins in Weeks 1, 2, 3, 4, etc., with the caveat of only using a particular club once per season (in victory, at least).
For example, I correctly had Andrew Luck and the Colts rolling over the Raiders at home in Week 1. By virtue of that, I can no longer designate Indianapolis to win for Weeks 2-17.
The same held true for the Patriots (over the Jets) in Week 2. I can no longer pick Tom Brady and Co. to prevail the rest of the way.
Any incorrect picks automatically knock a contestant out of the pool. And if anyone should be left standing by Week 17, they're entitled to all or some of the winnings (which can be quite lucrative).
Here are my revised, full-season picks for 2013. Adding to the degree of difficulty, I can only choose teams to lose no more than twice.
Week 1: Indianapolis over Oakland
Week 2: New England over N.Y. Jets
Week 3: Seattle over Jackson...