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"True football fans should know all these famous incidents in NFL history."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
In 1964, this Minnesota Viking great ran a fumble all the way to the end zone, but it was the wrong one!
In a 1978 game, all this quarterback had to do to win the game was kneel down and run out the clock. Instead, a hand-off was called from the sidelines. The QB attempted to give the ball to Larry Csonka, but it was fumbled and ran back for the winning score by a future NFL head coach.
In a 2001 season playoff game that sent the Tom Brady and the Patriots on to their first Super Bowl win, the opposing Raider recovered an apparent Brady fumble to sqelch their hopes. However, the play was ruled an incomplete pass rather than a fumble because of the so-called "________" rule.
(One word only)
Oakland vs. San Diego, 1978: With time running out, Raiders QB Kenny Stabler was about to be sacked by Charger Fred Dean. Thinking quickly, Stabler intentionally fumbled the ball forward, and his teammates batted the ball onward into the end zone, where it was recovered by whom to win the game?
Perhaps the most famous play in NFL history, "The Immaculate Reception" was made by whom?
The victory by the Tennessee Titans over the Buffalo Bills that sent the Titans on to Super Bowl XXXIV is known as "The _________________ Miracle."
(Two words only)
The "Ice Bowl", played between the Packers and the Cowboys in the 1967 NFL Championship game, was won with which type of play?
Fake field goal
In probably the greatest comeback win in NFL history, Frank Reich, subbing for Buffalo Bills starter Jim Kelly, led the Bills to an overtime playoff victory after being down 35-3 early in the second half. Who was the Bills' opposition that day, January 3rd, 1993?
Los Angeles Raiders
I've heard it said that Joe Montana has seen more touchdowns from the seat of his pants than Pat Summerall. "The Catch" was one of these. Who caught this amazing pass that sent the Niners on to their first Super Bowl appearance and win?
In a 1985 Monday Night Football game, Redskins QB Joe Theismann took a flea-flicker lateral from John Riggins, but before he could deliver the ball downfield, he was hit by two superb defenders. On replay, viewers saw one of the most gruesome sights ever shown to football fans, Theismann suffering a very nasty compound fracture to his leg. This injury ended the QB's career. Who were the two defenders who combined for this memorable sack?
Mike Singletary and William "The Refrigerator" Perry
Lawrence Taylor and Harry Carson
Randy White and Everson Walls
Howie Long and Ronnie Lott
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