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NFL Stuffings #4
NFL for Dummies
"The fourth in a series of five all multiple choice quizzes about some NFL stuff. I hope that you find it educational and have fun playing it. :-)"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Which Cleveland Brown set a record for tight ends for 662 catches in his career?
After seven seasons with the Green Bay Packers, this wide receiver was forced to retire after the 1994 season due to medical issues. In his final season, he caught 94 passes and 18 TDs. Who was this player whose career was cut short?
Not much of wide receiver, this player turned kickoff return specialist in 1996 by exploding for a record 875 return yards along with three touchdowns in the season. He kept it going in the playoffs and Super Bowl by returning a punt and kickoff for touchdowns also. Who was this Green Bay Packer?
The first player chosen in the very first NFL draft of 1936 was a Heisman Trophy winner also. Who was it?
In one of the most boring divisional playoff games in history, this 1970 team defeated the Detroit Lions by a score of 5-0. Who was this team that was led by quarterback Craig Morton?
New York Giants
San Diego Chargers
This Cleveland Brown quarterback led his team to a championship game in each of his six seasons in the NFL. Who was he?
In 1965, this Chicago Bears rookie running back in one game tore the grass up with his runs of 50, 80, and 85 yards along with six touchdowns against the San Francisco 49ers. Who was this Hall of Fame running back?
This 13-season Los Angeles Ram and New York Giant defensive end, left the game in 1981 to pursue an acting career. He finally landed a lead role in the television series "Hunter", a weekly series about a police detective. Who was this player?
This defensive lineman was a teammate of the great O.J. Simpson at USC, with the Bills, and with the 49ers. He was a personal teammate with O.J. also, as he drove the white Bronco in the infamous chase scene broadcast over almost every television network from Southern California. Who was this player?
The infamous Los Angeles Rams' "Fearsome Foursome" of the 1960s included Lamar Lundy, Deacon Jones, Merlin Olsen, and Rosey Grier. The first to go and break up this quartet was Grier in 1967. Who replaced him which led to the demise of this tremendous defensive line?
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