Press Your Luck NAFL Players Tournament (Jayverse)

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The Press Your Luck NAFL Players Tournament is a yearly tournament on the American television game show Press Your Luck

It features NAFL Players playing for their Home VIewers and their worthy causes.

Format

The NAFL Players Tournament uses a ten-game format similar to that used for the Jeopardy Tournament of Champions, the Jeopardy Teen Tournament and the Jeopardy College Championship since 2000: 15 players, in groups of three, play in five quarterfinal games; the winners of those five games and the four highest-scoring nonwinners as wild cards become the nine semifinalists who compete in three games, with no two players rematching each other in the semifinal round. The three semifinal winners advance to the two-day final round, in which contestants play two separate matches, with the contestants' combined scores for both matches determining the champion (contestants start with $0 each day).

From 1997-1999, The NAFL Players Tournament had a 5-game format which featured 12 NAFL Players, The Top 3 High Scorers will qualify for the Friday Finals with the winner receiving a $25,000 Bonus for the Charity.

List of Participants

Season 14 (January 20-24, 1997)
Winner: Ken Norton, Jr. (Dallas Texans)

1st runner-up: Bill Romanowski (Oakland Invaders) 2nd runner-up: Ricky Watters (San Francisco 49ers)

Bill Bates (Nashville Titans)

Tim Brown (New York Giants)

Joey Galloway (Seattle Orcas)

Eddie George (Nashville Titans)

Darrell Green (Washington Sentinels)

Anthony Munoz (Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks)

Bryce Paup (New Orleans Saints)

Barry Sanders (Green Bay Packers)

Chris Zorich (Chicago Bears)

[No Quarterfinals]
Season 15 (January 19-23, 1998)
Winner: Drew Bledsoe (New Mexico Rattlers)

1st runner-up: Marshall Faulk (San Diego Destroyers) 2nd runner-up: Greg Lloyd (Las Vegas Gamblers)

Mike Alstott (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

Jerome Bettis (Los Angeles Rams)

Chad Brown (Mexico City Diablos)

Terrell Davis (Denver Broncos)

Kevin Greene (Sacramento Condors)

Desmond Howard (Washington Sentinels)

Brad Johnson (Minnesota Vikings)

Keyshawn Johnson (San Francisco 49ers)

Eric Metcalf (Cleveland Browns)

Jerry Rice (Calgary Stampeders)

[No Quarterfinals)
Season 16 (January 25-29, 1999)
Winner: Derrick Alexander (Cleveland Browns)

1st runner-up: Boomer Esiason (Minnesota Vikings) 2nd runner-up: Curtis Conway (Southern California Sun)

Ronde Barber (Brooklyn Barons)

Jerome Bettis (Los Angeles Rams)

Darrell Green (Montreal Alouettes)

Freddie Jones (San Diego Destroyers)

Ed McCaffrey (New York Giants)

Keenan McCardell (Las Vegas Gamblers)

Jake Plummer (Houston Oilers)

Junior Seau (New Orleans Saints)

Robert Smith (Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks)

J. J. Stokes (San Francisco 49ers)

[No Quarterfinals]