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Watch My Back!

Created by Nightmare

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Watch My Back game quiz
"An all multiple choice quiz about some NFL Hall of Fame greats and one other, along with their jersey numbers. I hope that you enjoy it! :-)"

15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit  



1. Dan Marino had a storied career with the Dolphins. Amongst all his accomplishments was being the first quarterback to pass for over 5000 yards in a season, and setting a record for throwing 48 touchdowns in a season. His jersey number was not unlucky for him. What number was it?
    12
    6
    17
    13


2. This Cleveland Browns tremendous running back, Jim Brown, played for only nine seasons in his career. In all nine seasons, he was nominated to the Pro Bowl each time. Which number donned the back of this great Hall of Famer?
    88
    27
    14
    32


3. Quarterback Joe Montana broke many NFL records records. For 13 seasons he played with the the number 16 on his back in a San Francisco 49er uniform. He spent his last two seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs and wore which number?
    8
    5
    19
    14


4. O.J. Simpson broke the season rushing record of the great Jim Brown while playing for the Bills. After nine seasons in Buffalo wearing the number 32, Simpson found himself in a 49er jersey for his final two seasons wearing which number on his back?
    32
    23
    51
    5


5. For 17 of his 18 seasons, Johnny Unitas, the Baltimore Colts quarterback was a fixture in the NFL setting many passing records. From receivers in the names of Raymond Berry to Lenny Moore, it was a shock to the city of Baltimore that he moved to San Diego in his final season of 1973. Which number did Johnny wear througout his NFL career?
    14
    9
    2
    19


6. In eight of his 13 seasons, defensive lineman Howie Long made the Pro Bowl in his NFL career with the Raiders. Long was a second round draft pick in 1981. After retiring, he appeared in some movies such as, "Broken Arrow", with John Travolta. What number was on his back with the Raiders?
    43
    58
    75
    65


7. The Dallas Cowboys have had some great quarterbacks of their own. Going backwards in time to name a few, there was Troy Aikman who donned the number 8, Roger Staubach who wore the number 12, and Don Merideth who wore which number?
    11
    5
    17
    22


8. Like the great Jim Brown, I had a relatively short career with the Cleveland Browns as a running back. I played for the Browns from 1964-1973. I had the privilege of playing with Mr. Brown for two seasons before he retired. I developed a high-kicking maneuver to avoid the defense. I led the league in rushing twice myself, led the league three times in rushing touchdowns, and was a Pro Bowler six times in my 10 seasons. My name is Leroy Kelly, and if you noticed me, I wore which number?
    33
    11
    22
    44


9. For 15 of his 16 seasons, this nine-time Pro Bowler was a factor in the Green Bay Packer offensive line from 1956-1970. His name was Forrest Gregg, and his number was what?
    99
    17
    2
    75


10. For 12 seasons, this Hall of Fame running back played most of his seasons with the Miami Dolphins. Larry Csonka was also there for the Dolphins' perfect 1972 season of going 14-0, and winning the Super Bowl over the Washington Redskins. In addition to this, he blocked for his running back teammate of Mercury Morris, and they were both the first running backs to rush for 1000 yards in the same season on the same team. Csonka wore which number?
    10
    56
    39
    1


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