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Jacks of All Cleats
NFL Players Mixed
"You don't have to know 'Jack' about the NFL to take this quiz about NFL players, all named Jack. I've kept it simple. You'll do well and enjoy yourself on these 10 questions. That's the fact, Jack!"
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I was the second player chosen in the 1971 draft, and my eight straight Pro Bowl years established me as a foundation in Pittsburgh's defense. If you're a football fan, you'll think of solid Hall of Fame linebacking skills when you hear my name, and if you're not a football fan, maybe you'll think of food. Who am I?
Jack Duck L'Orange
You wouldn't find weather conditions with my name in southern California where I played. What you'd be more likely to find would be me, about 25 yards away from Roman Gabriel, hauling in another pass for a long gain or maybe a touchdown. Who am I?
Jack Occluded Front
You had to have a masculine name like mine to play in the 1930s, and I did, helping my Chicago Bears to several titles and leading the league in scoring. Who am I?
Jack "XY" Chromosome
Playing offensive line for the Rams for 20 years, you just know I had to be hard as stone. But it was my brains, not just my toughness, that got me into the Hall of Fame in 2001, my first year of eligibility. Yes, when the coach was writing on the chalkboard, I'd be in the front row paying attention. Who am I?
Jack Winthrop Rockefeller III
Jackson "4" Mica
My regular season NFL career is nothing special: five seasons, two teams, three sacks, one interception. But while I was in the league, only two people returned interceptions for touchdowns in the Super Bowl, and I was one of 'em. Look for me on the cover of Sports Illustrated's Super Bowl XVIII issue, and send a copy to Joe Washington of the Redskins, who's probably still wondering what happened to that Rocket Screen from Theismann. Who am I?
Jack Howie Long
I had all the tools as a linebacker with the Rams in the 1970s, but then with the 49ers in the early 80s, I really started picking up some hardware: they won two Super Bowl trophies with me in the lineup. Who am I?
Jack "Hacksaw" Reynolds
Jack "Laser Level" Lemonich
Jack "Plumb Bob" Roberts
Jack "80-Piece Socket Set" Richter
From my name, you'd think I had a pretty amazing arm. I was good enough to last 10 NFL seasons, but really, my biggest contributions came with the Chicago Bears in the 1960s, when I'd just hand the ball off to Gale Sayers and get out of the way. Who am I?
Jack "Pretty Amazing" Armstrong
Jack "30" Ottsix
Some people say that my name is an alias, because I'm in hiding after dropping the tying touchdown pass in Super Bowl XIII. Nope, that's really my name, and if you're looking for me, just go to Canton, where you'll find me in the Hall of Fame. Who am I?
I played for the Rams and was part of George Allen's "Over the Hill Gang" in Washington, then I went on to become the only man to coach in college, in the NFL, in the WFL, in the USFL, and in the CFL. Who am I?
Jack Kent Cooke
Jack "the Snack" Snackleford
Buffalo Bills fans will always remember me for quarterbacking their team to three AFL title games in the 1960s. Political fans will remember me more for my 18 years in Congress, my stint as a member of a Presidential cabinet, and my 1996 run for Vice President. Who am I?
Jack "Dick" Cheney
Jack "Al" Gore
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Compiled Jun 28 12