Scorigami. It’s one of the most interesting and unique concepts.
The idea, thought up by Jon Bois, “is the art of building final scores that have never happened before in NFL history,” per the official Scorigami website. “Due to the unique nature of how points are scored in football, where it is impossible to score one point on its own, as well as the rarity of the two-point safety and eight-point touchdown and two-point conversion, there are a lot of scores that are possible but have never happened.”
The graph showing scoring outcomes that have or haven’t been accomplished before can be found here.
Listed below is an updated tracker of all 2019 scoring outcomes that have accomplished Scorigami.
Baltimore Ravens 59, Miami Dolphins 10
This is just the second time in history that the losing team has scored exactly 10 points when the winning team scored at least 57 points. The other game that fits this category is the Giants’ 62-10 victory over the Eagles in 1972.