Cheer on Your Favorite Fair Lawn Group in Patch Survivor

A weekly NFL survivor pool that pits Fair Lawn's municipal departments and organizations against one another in a pigskin picking battle to the death!

In an effort to light a competitive fire under Fair Lawn's collective keister, we're launching a Patch NFL Survivor Pool this week that pits borough departments, groups and organizations against one another in a weekly battle of pigskin picking.

The rules are as follows: 

  • Participating borough departments/groups/organizations pick one NFL team each week that they think will win its game.
  • If the team they pick wins, that department/group/organization lives to pick again the following week. If the team they pick loses, that department/group/organization is eliminated from the pool.
  • Departments/Groups/Organizations can only pick a team once during the entire season.
  • The pool ends when only one department/group/organization is left standing.

The results of this weekly competition will be posted on Patch and a yet to be determined prize will be awarded to the winners. 

Week 1 picks:

Team Week 1 Pick Week 2 Police Department Baltimore Ravens Fire Company 4 Arizona Cardinals Library Atlanta Falcons Sunrise Rotary Denver Broncos Fair Lawn Athletic Club Baltimore Ravens Cosmos Club Dallas Cowboys Borough Council Baltimore Ravens Patch Baltimore Ravens All-Sports Washington Redskins Inside Fair Lawn Green Bay Packers The Inimitable Steve Brown Green Bay Packers

Ed. Note: If you belong to an organization and would like to represent them in Patch Survivor, just shoot me an email at zak.koeske@patch.com before your pick plays this week. The more competitors the merrier!


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Tommy P September 28, 2012 at 12:29 PM
Its nice to see "AllSports" has time for this contest, yet this doesn't publish its books! What are they hiding?
Stuart Pace September 28, 2012 at 12:46 PM
come play Tommy.
Tommy P October 01, 2012 at 10:03 PM
I am familiar with 990s, they are very incomplete. In 2010 for example, All Sports spent 313k of which $95,125 was for "fees" who collected those fees? Why is the data hidden from the public? Even the council doesn't know. Back in March of this year, Trawinski asked “Do we get a justification for what these funds are used for?” The answer is NO we don't. Doesn't spending 30%+ of the budget on fees sound a bit high? It maybe nothing, but the cover up is adding a stench. Parents may be over paying by 30% and wouldn't be the wiser to it.
Tommy P October 01, 2012 at 10:05 PM
Thanks for the invite Stuart, maybe next season....
Stuart Pace October 03, 2012 at 08:46 PM


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