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Players Who Became Offensive
NFL Hall of Fame
"An all multiple choice quiz about some NFL offensive Hall of Fame greats. I hope that you enjoy it. :-)"
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I was the number one pick in the 1978 NFL draft. I was a running back for the Houston Oilers for seven seasons. I scored 73 rushing touchdowns with Houston. I wore the number 34. Off the field I was famous for a commercial saying, "Skoal brother". I was a 1991 Hall of Fame inductee. Who am I?
Nicknamed, 'Sweetness', I ran the ball for the Chicago Bears for 13 seasons. I made the number 34 jersey famous. I was a nine-time Pro Bowler, and was inducted into the Hall in 1993. Who was it?
I played for 19 seasons and never missed a game due to an injury. I was one of the first soccer-style kickers in the NFL. Most of my career was with the Kansas City Chiefs, wearing the old number 3 jersey. When I retired in 1985, I was second in all-time scoring behind George Blanda. Who am I?
Coming out of Michigan, I was an offensive tackle for the St. Louis Cardinals in my entire career of 13 seasons. During those 13 seasons, I protected quarterback Jim Hart. After retiring, I became a TV analyst on "ABC's Monday Night Football". Who am I?
I was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1968. My nickname was 'Crazy Legs'. I was a half back and a wide receiver for the Los Angeles Rams from 1949-1957. In 1951, I caught 17 touchdown passes. Who am I?
I played my entire career with the San Diego Chargers from 1979-1987. I wore the number 80 while catching 541 passes as a tight end. My son also made it into the NFL. Five times I made it to the Pro Bowl, and was a Hall of Fame inductee in 1995. Who am I?
I played for the Los Angeles Rams for 13 seasons, protecting my quarterbacks on the offensive line, from Roman Gabriel to Pat Haden. I wore the number 65 and retired in 1978. I also starred in the Burt Reynolds movie, "The Longest Yard". I was inducted into the Hall in 1999. Who am I?
I played for five different teams over 27 years. I was once called a 'one man wrecking ball', playing both quarterback and kicker. I began my career with the Bears in 1949, then went to the Baltimore Colts, and back to the Bears again before joining the Houston Oilers. My final stint was with the Oakland Raiders, were I was recognized wearing the number 16. When I retired in 1975, I had scored more points than any other player in history. I was also a 1981 Hall of Fame inductee. Who am I?
Coming out of Alabama, I played my entire career at tight end for the Cleveland Browns. When I retired in 1990, I was the all-time leading receiver for tight ends. In 1983 and 1984, I set my season highs by catching 83 passes in a season from Brian Sipe and Paul McDonald. I was inducted into the Hall in 1999. Who am I?
Amongst many other accomplishments in my career, I am noted for my guaranteed Super Bowl III victory against the Colts. I was the first quarterback to throw for more than 4000 yards in a season. I was also the 1968 AFL Player of the Year. After 12 seasons with the Jets, I took my wobbly knees to Los Angeles for one year, and retired in 1977. Who am I?
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