NFL All Day Moments is a digital collectible card game for football enthusiasts. The game features real players, authentic moments and unique gameplay mechanics. Players earn points by completing challenges within the app. They can trade their collected items on the Dapper Labs NFT Marketplace.
In addition to collecting NFL All Day Moments, users can compete against each other in official challenges. These challenges include trivia questions, word searches and photo puzzles. Completing one challenge earns you tokens that can be redeemed for rewards like stickers, apparel and even tickets to games.
The team behind NFL All Day is comprised of former employees from prominent tech companies including Facebook, Zynga and Snap.
What is a “Moment”?
A Moment is a digital video file of an iconic play from an NFL football game that has been stored permanently on the blockchain. These files are called Moments because they resemble a moment frozen in time. They’re like a digital version of those old trading card games where you could collect baseball players’ stats and trade them among friends. But unlike the old days of trading cards, Moments are immutable – they cannot be changed or removed once they’ve been uploaded to the blockchain. This makes Moments perfect for preserving historical events like historic plays, moments in history, or even sports records.
The process of creating Moments begins with a team of experts who go into the archives of each NFL stadium looking for footage of memorable plays. Once found, the clips are sent to a third party editing firm that creates the final edit of the Moment. After the Moment is complete, it is uploaded to the Ethereum blockchain. Each Moment has a unique digital serial number attached to it that guarantees ownership and authenticity.
Once the Moment has been recorded on the blockchain, anyone can access it via a web browser or mobile app. Anyone can download the Moment, view it, and keep it forever. Unlike traditional videos, Moments don’t expire and can never be taken down. If someone tries to take down a Moment, it is permanently locked on the blockchain.
What are NFL All Day Moments and packs?
NFL All Day packs are bundles of Moments purchased in the NFL All Day Marketplace. Each Moment belongs to a particular tier, which indicates the amount of highlights available and the level of rarity of the moment. There are four different tiers of NFL Moments: common, rare, legendary, and mythic.
The common Moments pack contains about 92% of all Moments. They are the basic primers of any NFL All Day collection. Some of these Moments are very popular, like the one where Tom Brady throws a touchdown pass to Rob Gronkowski against the New England Patriots. Others are less well known, such as the one where the Los Angeles Rams beat the San Francisco 49ers 38-31 in Week 17.
Rare Moments make up about 8% of all Moments. These Moments are usually considered to be among the most important highlights of each game. Examples include the one where Aaron Rodgers throws his second career Hail Mary against the Green Bay Packers, or the one where the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Washington Redskins in overtime to win Super Bowl LII.
Legendary Moments are extremely rare and highly coveted Moments. Examples include the one in which Michael Jordan hits the shot that wins Game 7 of the 1997 NBA Finals, or the one where Eli Manning leads the New York Giants to victory over the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XLVIII.
Mythic Moments are the least abundant of the four categories. Only 0.17% of Moments fall into this category. Mythic Moments are Moments that are extremely difficult to obtain. For example, the one where Michael Phelps swims the final leg of the 400m individual medley during the 2008 Olympics.
How to create an account on NFL All Day
To get started on NFL All day, you must create an NFL All Day account. You can do so by clicking here.
From there, you can start purchasing, selling and trading moments in the market place.
1. First, head to nflallday.com and click “Sign Up” on the upper right hand side of the website. Then sign up.
2. Next, log into your NFL All Day account and select “Marketplace.”
3. You will then see a list of Moments that have been created by other users. Select the Moment that you want to purchase from the marketplace.
4. After selecting the Moment, you will be prompted to enter your payment information. Enter your credit card information and proceed.
5. When the transaction is completed, you will receive a confirmation email. Click the link within the email to complete the transaction.
6. Once the Moment is added to your collection, you can view it on NFL All Day’s homepage.
7. If you would like to sell a Moment, simply go back to the marketplace and select “Sell.”
8. Enter the price for the Moment and proceed with the sale.
9. When the transaction is completed, the seller receives an email notification. The buyer also receives an email notification when the Moment has been received.
10. If you would rather trade a Moment than buy or sell it, simply go back to marketplace and select “Trade.”
11. Select the Moment that you wish to trade.
12. Then select the Moment that you wish for the trade.
13. Enter the amount of money you wish to pay for the Moment.
14. Click “Submit Offer,” and wait for the offer to be accepted.
15. The moment will now be listed for sale on the marketplace. If the offer is accepted, you will receive an email notification.
16. If the offer is declined, you will receive an error message.
17. If you would prefer not to accept the offer, simply close out of the window.
18. If you would instead like to cancel the trade, simply go back to “Trades” and select “Cancel.”
19. A new window will open allowing you to choose another Moment to trade.
20. Continue until you find a Moment that you’d like to trade
Purchasing Moments on NFL All Day
The NFL All Day app allows fans to buy Moment Packs, which contain a combination of five Moments and three Credits. Fans can use their digital wallet to pay for their purchases. In addition, there are several ways to earn Credits, including watching live games, completing surveys and referring friends.
Fans can access the Moments section by tapping the menu button on the main screen and selecting Moments. They can also access it by swiping left across the home screen.
The app offers four types of Moments, each containing 10 credits. These include Game Highlights, Live Games, Player Profiles and Team Profiles.
For players, the app includes a player profile, team profiles and game highlights.
The NFL All Day marketplace allows fans to purchase, sell and trade Moments with other community members. Fans can use the marketplace to find Moments that meet their needs, whether it’s a specific moment or an entire team. Users can browse moments across multiple categories including tiers, players, teams and types. They can even filter the Moments based on the date they want to see them.
Fans can set up Moments that will automatically sell themselves once a certain amount of money is reached. This eliminates the hassle of having to manually go into each Moment listing and check to make sure it hasn’t already sold. If the Moment sells, the fan gets paid instantly.
Coming To Snapchat This Year – And They’re About As Fun As You’d Expect
Snapchat announced today that it’s adding a feature called “moments.” Basically, it’s like Instagram stories but for video. But there’s one big difference: moments don’t expire. So you can keep watching videos forever.
The company says that “challenges” will start rolling out later this year. Here’s what we know about those challenges so far:
• There will be different types of challenges. For example, you might compete against friends to see who can take the best selfie, or you could play trivia games.
• You’ll earn points for completing challenges. Every challenge earns you 10 points.
• You’ll be able to view your progress in real time. In addition, you’ll be able to check how many points you’ve earned throughout the day.
• Once you reach a certain threshold, you’ll receive a prize.
• The number of challenges you can participate in each day depends on your account level.
• Challenges will appear at random times throughout the day.
There appear to be too many sacks being given up by the Bengals’ pass protection, according to Zac Taylor.
The Cincinnati Bengals are already struggling to protect quarterback Joe Burrow. On Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys, Burrow took a hit on every single dropback. He was sacked six times, marking the second consecutive game he has been sacked multiple times. In Week 2 versus the Pittsburgh Steelers, Burrow was sacked four times and threw three interceptions.
Burrow has struggled with protection throughout his rookie season. This season, he has taken hits on 53.9% of his dropbacks according to Pro Football Focus. Last season, it was 52%. When Burrow does take a hit, he often struggles to step into throws.
In addition to being sacked six times, Burrow completed just 7-of-15 passes for 67 yards and one interception. His passer rating dropped from 119.7 to 75.1. The Bengals offense had no rhythm whatsoever during the game. They didn’t score a touchdown in the first half and finished with just 186 yards of total offense.
Kyle Pitts’ lack of targets isn’t fantasy football, according to Falcons’ Arthur Smith. It’s just about winning.’
The Atlanta Falcons are running out of ways to explain what happened Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams.
Pitts had been targeted five times in his previous four games combined. He hadn’t seen fewer than seven passes thrown his way since he was drafted in 2016. But Pitts didn’t even see one pass thrown his way in the Falcons’ 24-23 overtime defeat.
In fact, it wasn’t until the final seconds of regulation that quarterback Matt Ryan threw the ball Pitts’ way. And when he did, he hauled in a 9-yard touchdown grab.
But while it’s true that Pitts hasn’t been getting many chances to make plays, he has actually done better than expected.
According to ESPN Stats & Information research, Pitts ranks seventh among receivers with at least 10 catches over the past two weeks in terms of average target depth per reception. His average target depth per catch of 13.5 yards ranks fifth among qualified wideouts during that span.
And while Pitts hasn’t been able to consistently produce big numbers, he has still managed to rack up 16 receptions for 234 yards and a pair of touchdowns over the past two weeks.
He’ll likely continue to receive plenty of opportunities moving forward, especially considering how little Julio Jones has played lately.
Broncos fans count down the minutes remaining in the game against the Texans as the offense continues to struggle
The Broncos’ offense struggled mightily against the Texans, scoring just one touchdown and converting only three third downs in the game. But it wasn’t the lack of production that frustrated fans most. Instead, it was the fact that the Broncos didn’t even use the final seconds of the fourth quarter to run out the clock.
After the game, some fans took matters into their own hands and counted down the final seconds of the game. At least four different people posted videos on Twitter showing the crowd chanting “five, four, three, two, one,” while the stadium lights turned off.
In addition to the fan chants, there was plenty of noise coming from the stands. After the game, Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. told reporters he heard the fans start counting down the clock. He added that the players had no idea what was happening.
Denver head coach Gary Kubiak did not address the issue during his postgame press conference. However, he did say he agreed with the decision to let the game finish without running out the clock.
“I think we ran out the clock too soon,” he said. “We’ve got to do better.”
The Lions’ Aidan Hutchinson dedicates a 3-sack outing to Hudson Gazsi, who is suffering from leukemia at the age of five
Aidan Hutchinson didn’t know it, but his performance against the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Friday night would go down in Lions history.
The second overall draft choice had already established himself as one of the league’s premier pass rushers, but he did something no other player in franchise history had done — sack the quarterback four times in a single game.
Hutchinson accomplished that feat during the third quarter against the Riders, finishing the contest with three tackles for loss, including two sacks. He also forced a fumble that led to a touchdown.
The first-round pick out of South Dakota State also helped keep the Lions alive in the playoffs, recording another tackle for loss in the fourth quarter.
But what really stood out about Hutchinson’s effort was how much energy he put into it, especially considering he wasn’t even aware of what was happening around him.
Five-year-old Hudson Gasei suffers from acute lymphoblastic leukemia, a type of cancer that affects white blood cells. His family recently learned he needs a bone marrow transplant.
On Friday, Hutchinson took part in a fundraiser for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society called “Walk 4 Kids.” He walked alongside teammate Tion Green, who has been raising money for the cause since August.