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"This is a quiz on American football stadiums and the suburbs that they may have been located in. How many do you know?"
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In which of these suburbs could you have found FedEx Field, originally known as Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, which in 1997 became home to the mighty Washington Redskins?
Wheeling, West Virginia
At the turn of the 21st century, the New York Giants actually played in East Rutherford, New Jersey, which was considered an outer-ring suburb of which city?
Trenton, New Jersey
New York City, New York
Albany, New York
Passaic, New Jersey
In which Florida city that has suburbs named Brandon and Wesley Chapel, did the Tampa Bay Buccaneers play their home games when they entered the league in 1976?
In 2006, the tenacious Arizona Cardinals started to play their home games in Glendale, Arizona, which was a suburb of which of these cities?
In 1973, the well-loved Buffalo Bills started playing their home games in which one of these suburbs of Buffalo, New York?
Love 'em or hate 'em, in 2009 the Dallas Cowboys started to play their games in Cowboys Stadium, located in which of the following Dallas suburbs?
In 1984, the New York Jets started to wage their football battles in Prospect Park in the Bronx, New York.
In 1987, the sunny Miami Dolphins began to play their games in Sun Life Stadium, located in which of the following suburbs of Miami?
Gillette Stadium which was built in 2002 and became home to the New England Patriots, was erected in which of these cities?
Opened in 1972, the Kansas City Chiefs played their home games in Bonner Springs, Kansas, at the acoustically gifted Arrowhead Stadium.
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